The program is kicking off by sending NYC and New Jersey high schoolers to Broadway's Purlie Victorious.
The press agent and producer is a 2020 recipient of a Tony Honor for Excellence in Theatre.
Broadway Licensing Global has selected two schools to host pilot productions of the Olivier- and Tony-winning play.
The work's 2021 West End premiere was filmed and is available to stream via BroadwayHD.
The adaptation of the 1982 film is written by David Yazbek and Robert Horn.
The schools will each receive $10,000 grants from the Educational Theatre Foundation’s Pathway program.
A new competition from Broadway Licensing Global will award first-of-their-kind licenses of the new high school edition of the Olivier- and Tony-winning play.
The program dedicated to fostering new works honors the late playwright's legacy of mentorship.
With songs from the 1971 film and an original score by Hairspray's Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman, the musical played a Broadway run in 2017.
Students will have the opportunity to perform for an audience of Broadway casting agencies and decision makers.
The annual event celebrates the best in high school musical theatre.
These high schools will receive $10,000 grants to perform Dick Scanlan's updated version of the Meredith Willson musical.
The new musical, which premiered Off-Broadway last year, is based on the Jodi Picoult and Samantha van Leer novel.
Theatrical Rights Worldwide will publish a six-play collection, the first of an annual series, from online submissions.
Featuring the songs from Alanis Morissette's landmark 1995 album, the musical has a book by Diablo Cody.
Penned by Clue: On Stage playwright Sandy Rustin, The Cottage is currently making its Broadway debut.
All students accepted into the program will receive full scholarships beginning next fall.
The complimentary workshop is free to anyone engaging with playwriting in a higher education program.
Seth Rudetsky will emcee the January 2024 event.
Written by Dean Pitchford, Doug Besterman, and Timothy Allen McDonald, the musical made its world premiere at Off-Broadway's Atlantic Theater Company in 2019.
Ten $10,000 grants will be awarded to high schools looking to perform Dick Scanlan's updated version of the Meredith Willson musical.
Go inside the three-day NYC workshop for theatre teachers with this special journal from an attendee.
Our DIY Playbill program–creating tool can help ensure your local theatre organization continues for generations to come.
This guide takes you step-by-step through FAFSA financial aid application, helping you pay for your performing arts education.
High school songwriters across the U.S. can submit an original song that could appear in a musical.
Find out which colleges and universities had the most alumni performing on Broadway during the 2022-23 season.
Music Theatre International is partnering with Latiné Musical Theatre Lab on the new initiative.
As theatre moves online, PLAYBILLder brings the in-theatre program experience along for the ride.
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The play straight from the wizarding world will be available for schools to license in 2024.
The new offerings include a directing fellowship with London's Rose Theatre.
Inspired by Alice in Wonderland, Steven Sater, Duncan Sheik, and Jessie Nelson's musical played a world-premiere run Off-Broadway at MCC Theater in 2019.
The full-length licensable adaptation of Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss’ hit musical has been slightly modified.
The cult favorite musical played Off-Broadway in 2016.
The Tony winner will become an integral part of the program, leading workshops and teaching a course entitled Creating a Character.
Fifty-one early-career artists are writing, rehearsing, and performing five new plays and one new musical in just 24 hours.
Students in Arizona, California, Georgia, Louisiana, Massachusetts, North Carolina, New York, Oregon, Texas, and Virginia took this year's honors.
Presented by the ASCAP Foundation and the Educational Theatre Association, the award includes a $5,000 prize.
The Broadway theatre owner and producing company is striving to increase diversity, equity, and inclusion in the industry with the paid program.
Amalia Oliva Rojas and Danielle Stagger are currently pursuing graduate degrees in playwriting.
A collaboration between MUSE and Maestra, the program is working to bring marginalized communities to Broadway music departments.
See photos from Monday's ceremony, including photos of the nominees and the winners, Lauren A. Marchand and Langston Lee.
Take a look at this roundup of Jimmy Award performances from some of the most talented teens in the country—from impressive medleys, to dance-filled numbers, to soaring solos.
Lauren A. Marchand of Long Island, New York and Langston Lee of Austin, Texas were last night’s Best Performance winners—here’s what they had to say about their big moment.
The best in high school musical theatre will be crowned at Broadway's Minskoff Theatre.
The three-day event will virtually connect arts educators with industry professionals for online workshops, networking sessions, master classes, and more.
Monday’s awards ceremony will kick off with a medley of songs from the last Broadway season, along with other musical theatre classics.
Ahead of this year’s Jimmy Awards, we caught up with alums Eva Noblezada and Justin Cooley on why the program is pivotal for high schoolers looking to make a career on Broadway.
Called The Next Forever, the three-year initiative will award two commissions annually.
Take a look at the alma maters of the 2023 Tony Award Winners.
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