The 15th anniversary gala will honor founding members Adam Sansiveri and Ryan Stana.
The fundraiser will be held at the Tower Theatre in Oregon.
Michael Mayer will direct the evening, benefiting The Entertainment Community Fund.
The 38th anniversary gala honored Charles Busch and Carl Andress.
The benefit evening with the Into the Woods star will be held at the Red Rooster.
The non-profit organization introduces hospitalized children to the magic of theatre.
The evening will also celebrate the launch of TCG’s One Million Books Campaign.
The 30th annual gala is being held at The Edison Rooftop.
Angela J. Davis' new play tells the story of activist Estelle Griswold, who fought for the right to privacy.
National Medal of the Arts recipient and Obie Award winner Ping Chong serves as honorary chair for the evening.
The third annual event, held November 7, will stream on Playbill in December.
Tatiana Pandiani directs Angela J. Davis' new play.
The James Ijames play is directed by Sideeq Heard and stars cast members from the Public Theater's recent production.
A Strange Loop cast member John-Michael Lyles will join Latoya Edwards to sing from the new score.
The benefit will also feature Beth Leavel, Orfeh, Montego Glover, Bonnie Milligan, Brad Oscar and more.
The organization held its 26th annual Halloween gala to raise funds for supporting urban green spaces in NYC.
The Tony winner will be accompanied by Dan Lipton.
A benefit for the Studio's 75th season, the screening also includes a live interview with the Tony- and Oscar-winning star.
The organization celebrates its 75th anniversary on October 27, and Pacino is hosting.
The evening will support Broadway's A Is For and The Pink House Fund.
Chad Austin directs the evening with choreography by Deidre Goodwin and musical direction by Nick Wilders.
Fashion designer Jeffrey Banks and DGF Board Member Barbara Olcott are also honorees at the event.
The ACLU and NYCLU benefit features performances by the casts of Broadway's A Strange Loop and 1776.
The event will celebrate André De Shields, LaChanze, and Alex Lacamoire.
Celebrating the power of public school theatre education, the annual event will be held November 14.
The benefit for reproductive justice was held live and virtually October 11 at The Green Room 42.
The celebration directed by Tony nominee Sheryl Kaller took place at City Winery October 17.
New 2022-23 Broadway and Off-Broadway productions perform over the course of the evening.
The evening's line-up features Amber Gray, Michael R. Jackson, Naomi Kakuk, Andy Karl, and more.
The one-night-only benefit concert, directed by Scott Ellis, plays the American Airlines Theatre.
The evening is hosted by Drama Desk winner Michael Urie.
Ato Blankson-Wood, Shoshana Bean, Kayla Davion, Alex Edelman, and more have also been announced for the ACLU and NYCLU benefit.
Musicals The Karate Kid and Bliss will also receive sneak peeks at the event.
The evening will honor playwright Paula Vogel, fashion designer Jeffrey Banks, and DGF board member Barbara Olcott.
Try It Like This will be held October 17 at 54 Below in support of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Foundation
All of the proceeds for the evening will go to the New York Abortion Access Fund.
Antwayn Hopper, Carolee Carmello, and Jay Armstrong Johnson were among the all-star line-up for the concert benefiting the Entertainment Community Fund.
Alex Newell performs at the Houston, Texas event which also celebrates the Humphreys School.
The all-star benefit of the seldom-produced musical will be directed by Gabriel Barre.
The annual benefit featured Joaquina Kalukango, Michael Urie, Darren Criss, Sasha Velour, and more.
The cabaret show benefits the Entertainment Community Fund.
The evening will feature exclusive previews of Death of a Salesman, The Karate Kid, KPOP, The Piano Lesson, and more.
The Manhattan concert will feature Broadway performers and pop and rock musicians in support of the nonprofit.
LMTL advocates for and helps to develop new Latiné-written works of musical theatre.
The San Francisco benefit supports the GLIDE Foundation.
The Broadway and West End performer-director will pay tribute to late songwriters Stephen Sondheim, Marvin Hamlisch, and Michel Legrand.
The new play from playwright Tyler Martin centers on siblings working through family trauma.
The organization, which supports and advocates for women in the theatre industry, kicks off its 40th anniversary season.
Two concerts will be held at 54 Below to raise funds for the Phantom of the Opera star.
The event raised over $1.2 million for the Wing's programs benefiting emerging artists.
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