The June 18 concert will feature a sneak peek performance of Broadway's upcoming revival of The Wiz.
All proceeds from the casino-style event will benefit Broadway Cares.
Those who help reach the goal of 800 presents will receive a ticket voucher to a participating Off-Broadway show.
The Moulin Rouge! set designer and journalist hold a talk and signing for new book Designing Broadway at Union Square's Barnes & Noble.
Town Hall hosts the 22nd annual event. Hugh Dancy, Rachel Dratch, and Jesse Eisenberg reflect on why they love The 24 Hour Plays.
The Moulin Rouge! set designer's Designing Broadway comes out November 22.
The third annual event, held November 7, will stream on Playbill in December.
CBS' holiday coverage will also stream live on Paramount+.
The event honored Tony winners André De Shields, LaChanze, and Alex Lacamoire.
Recordings of the Tony winner's previous productions will be shared alongside the discussion.
The event is presented with the League of Professional Theatre Women as part of the Oral History Project.
New York Public Library for the Performing Arts and Dramatists Guild have collaborated to present Sondheim: The Man, The Mentor, and His Music.
The evening will also feature a discussion between the Tony-winning set designer and Tony winners James Lapine and Susan Stroman.
The naming of the Ian McKellen Theatre at Saint Stephens follows the actor's version of Hamlet at the Edinburgh Fringe.
The evening will feature exclusive previews of Death of a Salesman, The Karate Kid, KPOP, The Piano Lesson, and more.
David Leopold hosts the multimedia work featuring backstage stories of Al Hirschfeld’s interactions with theatre legends.
Tony winners James Lapine and Susan Stroman will speak with Boritt on his new book Transforming Space Over Time.
The one-night-only event will star Tony nominees Orfeh and Andy Karl, Samantha Williams, and more.
This year's Theatre Artist Award nominees include Justin Cooley, Jasai Chase-Owens, Erin Wilhelmi, and Samantha Williams.
Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS' annual event will be held in person and online.
A host of Broadway favorites will be featured in the free festival's weekend of performances, sing-alongs, and more in Times Square.
The event is one of two presentations about the late composer-lyricist presented by the Library and Dramatists Guild.
Using a virtual reality headset, guests go inside major numbers from Broadway’s Aladdin, The Lion King, and Frozen.
Attendees go inside major numbers from Broadway’s Aladdin, The Lion King, and Frozen with virtual reality headsets.
The events celebrating the late composer-lyricist will feature John Weidman, Jeanine Tesori, Jason Robert Brown, Amanda Green, and Tom Kitt.
The concert's full lineup of Broadway favorites will close out the three-day outdoor festival.
The library recently made its archives of the two photographers' works available to the public.
The one-night-only concert featured performances with student groups from across the United States.
The one-night-only event at the Triad Theater features Jim Brochu, Anita Gillette, Marianne Tatum, and more.
The lineup includes the return of the 2nd Annual Mx. Juneteenth Drag Pageant on Fire Island.
The Actors Fund, newly named the Entertainment Community Fund, celebrated its birthday at Junior’s Restaurant June 8th.
The one-night-only event at the Triad Theater celebrates the late Broadway performer who passed away in 2021.
The evening was hosted by Tony winners LaChanze and Shuler Hensley May 23.
Find out when to see performances from Alvin Ailey, Jazz at Lincoln Center, and more.
The evening honoring A Strange Loop producer Barbara Whitman took place May 9.
The gala honoring City Center President and CEO Arlene Shuler took place May 4.
Ariana DeBose, Cynthia Erivo, Michaela Jaé Rodriguez, Jaquel Spivey, and more attended the fashion-forward event May 2.
Audible Theater's limited engagement runs through April 23 at Minetta Lane Theatre.
The production opened at the Broadway Theatre April 11.
MCC Theater’s annual gala honored Tony winner Baranski April 4.
The gathering in solidarity with Ukraine will feature Les Misérables' "Do You Hear the People Sing?" with a verse translated into Ukrainian.
The live-streamed event will discuss the current challenges and opportunities facing some of theatre's most vital artists.
The gala honoring Tony winner Chita Rivera was held March 7.
The ceremony was held at Town Hall February 28.
Three Othello vets will come together to offer excerpts from the Shakespeare classic and discuss their experiences playing the title role.
The revival starring Sutton Foster and Hugh Jackman opened February 10.
The special event was hosted by Jefferson Mays outside of the Winter Garden Theatre February 9.
The new work celebrates Black trans and gender non-conforming artists.
The new Joshua Harmon play, directed by David Cromer, opened February 1.
The cast and creative team celebrated the Off-Broadway opera's opening January 31.
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