The weekend-long event was captured on social media by performers and fans alike.
Playbill teamed up with Grubhub and the National LGBT Chamber of Commerce for this special Pride fundraising initiative.
Broadway stars Frankie Grande, J. Harrison Ghee, Antwayn Hopper, and more marched with Playbill, Jeep, and the Times Square Alliance at the 2022 NYC Pride March.
Cast members from A Strange Loop, Moulin Rouge!, SIX: The Musical, and more will be on hand for a Broadway-themed Pride celebration.
The four-time Tony-winning actor and writer is featured along with Michael R. Jackson, Jacquel Spivey, and more in Pride of Stage and Screen, airing on MSNBC June 26.
The weekend-long event will feature appearances from Hedwig's Stephen Trask, the cast of A Strange Loop, and more.
The stream, available on YouTube and Facebook, will celebrate the achievements and contributions of the LGBTQIA+ community.
Join Company’s Claybourne Elder—and a surprise guest—in the fourth episode of the weekly series.
From 1968 to 2022, we're looking at queer theatre through the decades.
Join Broadway’s Jose Llana—and a surprise guest—in the third episode of the weekly series.
The non-profit will celebrate Pride Month with the revue, staged at Lincoln Center.
The Kinky Boots Tony winner has collaborated with Oday Shakar's Kaftko on a caftan design marking 2022 Pride.
The biomusical, with a book by two-time Pulitzer winner Lynn Nottage, opened February 1 at the Neil Simon Theatre.
Join Fun Home star Beth Malone—and a special guest—in the second episode of the weekly series.
The broadcast features musical performances and also offers a unique look at the history of the LGBTQ+ community in the U.S.
Times Square's 10-foot-tall Playbill covers got a makeover for June!
Join Eric Ulloa and four other LGBTQ Broadway stars in this first episode of the weekly series.
Check out the Playbill covers to hit theatres, on Broadway and off, during the month of June.
30 LGBTQIA+ artists share how they celebrate Pride all year long.
The famed Chorus will be part of Pride marches in Brooklyn, StuyTown, and Manhattan.
The Pride event will benefit Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.
The weekend-long event will feature stage and screen stars, Broadway shows, LGBTQIA+ non-profits, special Times Square business promotions, and more.
The fundraiser will also feature George Takei, Jordan Roth, Richie Jackson, Hayley Kiyoko, and more.
The 30-song retrospective of the Grammy winner's hits will be held at Sony Hall during Pride Month.
Some of Broadway's biggest names are sharing their support of the LGBTQ+ community.
The category celebrates LGBTQ+ representation on stage.
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