The NYLP's Theatre on Film and Tape Archive holds countless filmed Broadway shows, but there's stipulations on how you can access it.
Go inside opening night with an interview with the Grammy-winning star. Plus red carpet celebrity arrivals, including Gina Gershon and J. Harrison Ghee.
It will showcase the recent U.K. tour, directed by Thom Southerland.
The film's director, Steven Antin, is writing the new musical.
The longtime music director also spent 35 years at The Phantom of the Opera.
The show makes its posthumous world premiere beginning September 28.
The actor originated the role of Neil Diamond on Broadway and in the June 2022 world premiere production in Boston.
The revival of the Ossie Davis play opened on Broadway September 27. Hannah Waddingham, Samuel L. Jackson, and more were in attendance.
Read theatre critic Maxine Spear’s pan of the Oliver Putnam show that closed early due to the murder of its star. Plus, the latest scoop about Death Rattle Dazzle!
The show's Daisy and Jay Gatsby gave us a teaser of what the songs sound like in this new musical adaptation at Paper Mill Playhouse.
See who's joining Jasmine Amy Rogers in Chicago for the musical's world premiere.
One of Broadway's biggest outdoor events can get overwhelming if you don't know what to expect!
A national tour and West End production are planned for the musical.
The evening features performances by Bonnie Milligan, Jason Robert Brown, Ken Page, Donna Murphy, and more.
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The concert, celebrating Filipino American History Month, features cast members, alumni, and friends of David Byrne and Fatboy Slim’s musical.
John Rubinstein reprises the titular role of President Dwight D. Eisenhower.
The evening supports entertainment industry workers still struggling in the wake of the strikes.
A rundown of current Broadway shows and their planned show times, as well as cancellations due to COVID.
The limited edition cover is available now in Playbill stores, and at Wicked performances for all of October.
The concert benefits A is For, a nonprofit amplifying art and artists that work to end the stigma against abortion.
Bryan Batt hosts the live auction alongside auctioneer Nick Nicholson, while Jelani Remy co-hosts the silent auction with Michael Goddard.
Jackson Grace Gay directs the American premiere of the work.
The Broadway-aimed production, inspired by the life of the jazz legend, will also play a limited engagement in Chicago.
Deborah Grace Winer hosts the concerts, part of the Songbook Sundays series.
Jason Graae directs the West Coast performance of the Stephen Sondheim-James Goldman classic.
Kathleen Marshall directs the new musical, now playing at the U.K.'s Birmingham Rep.
The Old Globe production plays the New Jersey theatre through October 22.