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The Hadestown star will take the stage at 54 Below in his show That Sunday, That Summer.
Company’s Christopher Sieber returns to host the special edition of the original Playbill series.
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the annual all-day outdoor yoga event held on the longest day of the year.
The studio album of the musical also features Peppermint, Max von Essen, Bob the Drag Queen, and more.
The singer-songwriter enchants with “My Little Voice” in the Playbill Studio.
The New York City Center Encores! production began its limited run May 4.
The touring production of Daniel Fish's Tony-winning revival is currently playing Nashville.
Cellist Mairi Dorman-Phaneuf will be joined by Norbert Leo Butz and Jessica Vosk for her May 2 New York concert.
This exclusive performance precedes the April 29 release of Jesus Christ Superstar: Highlights From the All-Female Studio Cast Recording.
This exclusive performance precedes the April 29 release of Morgan James' Jesus Christ Superstar: Highlights From the All-Female Studio Cast Recording.
The McKittrick Hotel, home to Sleep No More, hosts the Downton Abbey star's show.
Choreographer Carrie-Anne Ingrouille teaches a section from the title song.
See moments from the show's musical numbers before it begins at New World Stages March 31.
The second volume of Sondheim Unplugged was released March 22.
The David Mamet play began previews on March 22 at Circle in the Square.
This exclusive performance precedes the March 22 release of the second volume of the series spotlighting the songs of Stephen Sondheim.
The Lyrics & Lyricists presentation will be offered March 19–21.
The musical anthology featuring new works by 21 songwriters, was directed and choreographed by Billy Bustamante.
The City Center Encores! production begins performances March 16.
Letts' play begins previews April 2 at Studio 54.
Laiona Michelle, writer and star of the show, performs the title song.
One Night Only: An Evening with Norm Lewis premieres March 4 at Carnegie Hall.
The program will showcase new works, including Tiler Peck’s New York choreographic debut.
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