Director Sammi Cannold unpacks her new vision for Sunset Boulevard at Kennedy Center—it includes a younger Norma Desmond than you'd expect.
This season, the New York City Ballet premieres a new work by Justin Peck set to Copland's music. Here's why it's a perfect fit.
Nearly one month later, the students of Douglas Anderson School of the Arts still want to put on Paula Vogel's play, but are struggling to find a safe avenue in Florida.
The opera and ballet fans' guide to where they can view live broadcasts.
Playbill investigates the absence of the once-ubiquitous opening to a musical (it's partially Sondheim and Star Wars' fault).
The show opened Off-Broadway at New World Stages January 25.
How he balances Broadway, writing, and his fledgling flamenco career.
Lonneke Gordijn and Ralph Nauta of DRIFT have created an artistic display that also dances.
It includes works by Wynton Marsalis, Terry Riley, and Reena Esmail, performed by students from the school’s New York and Tianjin campuses.
The two groups aren't just making music together, they're creating community and advocating for environmental justice.
The singer-songwriter explores why adolescence is hell in her hit Off-Broadway show F*ck 7th Grade.
Directed by Bartlett Sher, previews begin in March at the Vivian Beaumont.
The history-making show will celebrate its 35th and final anniversary on January 26, three months ahead of its closure in April.
The American musical, which has been in development since 2013, will play a limited engagement this summer.
From the first chandelier drop to NYC's mayor declaring a "Phantom of the Opera Day," revisit all the major moments in Broadway's longest-running musical.