This year's survey also measured the impact of censorship on school theatre departments during the past school year.
An alien invasion, a drag dinner party, a murder mystery, and a 13-foot-tall man—see what's streaming this month on Disney+, Apple TV+, Hulu, Netflix, Amazon, and more.
For the curtain call of Rapp's solo show, he brought his Rent costar up to sing "What You Own."
This is the Grammy-nominated singer's first time performing since suffering a 'minor stroke' last year.
The production's closing will mark the first time the Main Stem hasn't had an Andrew Lloyd Webber musical in more than four decades.
Get your buzzers ready and test your musical theatre knowledge for a whole category dedicated to the British composer.
The FringeShip will provide lodging and meals to fringe-goers, as well as exclusive performances onboard and transportation to the festival proper.
The Piano Lesson and Color Purple star is using her multi-hyphenate career as a producer-actor to make theatre more equitable.
Broadway is basically one big Jodie Comer fan club.
Neil Armfield will direct the Arthur Miller classic.
Get an insider's look at the Almost Famous Original Broadway Cast Recording listening party.
Due to the expansive nature of Off-Broadway, this list is not comprehensive.
A look at the touring musicals and plays that may soon be coming to a city near you.
After a stint in Los Angeles, the Tony winner is back with two shows: Sweeney Todd and The Light in the Piazza at New York City Center.
Matthew Puckett's musical fantasy explores the relationship among Andy Warhol, Keith Haring, and Jean-Michel Basquiat.
The actor-producer will be the first to speak to Tony winners backstage after they give their acceptance speeches.
Maia Novi's play was written as a response to debates around Yale University's mental health policies.
Winters has played the role of Nala on tour and on Broadway.
Walt Disney Pictures president Sean Bailey has confirmed a new entry in the story of the Sanderson Sisters is currently in development.
Some Like It Hot leads this year's awards, which will be presented June 6 at Sardi's.
Playbill’s complete round-up of the latest Broadway rush, lottery, standing-room-only (SRO), and student ticket policies.
What shows are about to close in New York City?
To make tickets more affordable, many Off-Broadway shows have implemented rush, lottery, and inexpensive ticket policies.
What's announced and what's in previews in the West End.