Ashley Spencer, Tom Schmid, and Sahirah Johnson are among the names scheduled to perform at the family-friendly event.
The At This Performance… concert series will continue at The Green Room 42.
The Dreamgirls Tony winner will offer a winter engagement as part of the New York nightspot's Diamond Series.
The Hadestown Tony nominee will play 54 Below.
The Broadway veteran is next in the lineup for Bloomingdale's holiday cabaret series at the store's Studio 59.
The star of Rent, Carousel, Running Man, As You Like It, and more will be joined by a trio led by Tedd Firth.
The November NYC concert was filmed live at Sony Hall in commemoration of World AIDS Day.
The concert event will play Costa Mesa's Segerstrom Center for the Arts next month.
The Emmy winner will play the famed venue for 12 days during the holiday season.
Joel and Julia’s Haunted Holiday Singalong! will be available next month.
The fundraiser will be held at the Tower Theatre in Oregon.
Darren Criss, Lena Hall, Ramin Karimloo, and Solea Pfeiffer will lead the December concert benefiting the Entertainment Community Fund.
The concert format of the Tony-winning musical is presented for one-night-only at the Alexandra Palace Theatre.
The celebrated crooner launched a new holiday tour earlier this November in Pennsylvania.
Deborah Grace Winer hosts the evening, part of the Songbook Sundays series at Jazz at Lincoln Center.
Michael Mayer will direct the evening, benefiting The Entertainment Community Fund.
This is the fourth of the duo's self-written holiday shows produced and directed by BenDeLaCreme.
The Broadway favorites will perform songs by Stephen Sondheim, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Rodgers and Hammerstein, and more.
Musical duo Nick Cearley and Lauren Molina will also be joined by a host of theatre actors during several upcoming concerts around the country.
The married Broadway performers launch the Bloomingdale's holiday cabaret series at the department store's Studio 59.
The December 19 event will celebrate the release of Ward's second album, Keep a Tender Distance.
The benefit evening with the Into the Woods star will be held at the Red Rooster.
The November 18 event will also feature Jordan Donica, Matt Doyle, and Melissa Errico.
The Tony winners debut two performances of their new show at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center.
The show includes new songs written by Julia Mattison and Joel Waggoner.
Excerpts of the work by Grammy nominee Angel Lam and Richard Caliban will be presented at Merkin Hall.
Signature Theatre will also present a concert response to Quiara Alegría Hudes’ memoir My Broken Language.
The evening also features songs from 1884, The Pact With God, Suite in the City, and Broadway's Waitress.
The show, directed and produced by Eric Ulloa, will play 54 Below November 17.
Jordan Murphy will direct the evening, dedicated to the musical's late composer, Lucy Simon.
The three-time Tony winner will return to the Manhattan cabaret this winter.
The third-annual event, which will also stream on Playbill, is set for NYC's Sony Hall.
Jay Armstrong Johnson's Hocus Pocus-themed show, now available for streaming, played the Manhattan venue October 23.
The musical comedy plays The Garrick Theatre for one-night-only.
The Diana star will take the stage at 54 Below October 28–29.
Proceeds from the live concert will benefit young artists looking to continue their arts education via Hancock French Woods Arts Alliance.
Broadway favorites Brian Stokes Mitchell, Bernadette Peters, and Lin-Manuel Miranda are among the all-star roster set to perform.
Musical duo Nick Cearley and Lauren Molina were joined by a host of Broadway favorites.
The seldom-seen rock musical will be led by Santino Fontana.
The upcoming Sweeney Todd star will be joined by Cyndi Lauper, Denée Benton, and Tiler Peck.
Concert dates are set for NYC, Boston, Chicago, and more.
The ACLU and NYCLU benefit features performances by the casts of Broadway's A Strange Loop and 1776.
Ben Rimalower hosts the live podcast taping.
The annual Halloween bash, also available for streaming, benefits Broadway Cares.
Musical duo Nick Cearley and Lauren Molina are joined by a host of Broadway favorites.
The season will include performances from Broadway favorites Heather Headley, Ingrid Michaelson, Marilyn Maye, and more.
Play along as guest host Benjamin Rauhala tests everyone's knowledge on Disney on Broadway, princesses, and fairy tales on stage.
The concert marks the tenth anniversary of James’ first album.
The concert will be presented both in-person and as a live stream.
The rising-star non-binary composer is joined by vocalists Jonathan Christopher, Blu Morpho, and Maya Sharpe.
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