The new musical will feature Pia Toscano, Chris Olsen, and Prince Khemuni Norodom of the Cambodian Royal Family.
Joe Mantegna and Gary Sinise will host.
The Ryan Murphy musical series arrives on the streamers June 1 in celebration of LGBTQIA+ pride month.
The Tony nominee visited LIVE with Kelly and Ryan to talk about his career.
The broadcast, featuring Jacob Ming-Trent, Pascale Armand, and Susan Kelechi Watson, is part of Great Performances' fifth annual Broadway’s Best series.
The Lopezes revisit writing their Oscar-winning Frozen hit "Let It Go" in the Audible Original series.
Bill Kenwright and Paul Taylor-Mills have joined forces with Steam Motion and Sound for the live capture at The Other Palace.
The documentary series will see the Tony winner open up about how she was supposed to attend the camp the night of the murders.
The new comedy series begins streaming August 17 on Disney+.
Winners will be named at the June 20 ceremony at the NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts.
The two stage and screen stars lend their voices to the Apple TV+ series, returning May 20 with five new episodes.
The feature film comes from co-producer-directors Dori Berinstein and Sammi Cannold.
The movie will also star stage veterans Jennifer Jason Leigh, Annette Bening, and Danny DeVito.
The Conor McPherson-Bob Dylan musical was recently nominated for seven 2022 Tony Awards, including Best Musical.
The comedy will be directed by stage and screen performer Robin Givens and produced by 12-time Tony winner Carl Moellenberg.
The broadcast, with Foster reprising her Tony-winning turn as Reno Sweeney, kicks off Great Performances' fifth annual Broadway’s Best series.
The June broadcast featuring musical performances will also offer a unique look at the history of the LGBTQ+ community in the U.S.
The musical follows a 13-year-old boy as he navigates school and self-discovery.
Based on the classic fairy tale, the work premiered as a live TV musical starring Julie Andrews in 1957.
Written by Bruce Norris, the riff on Lorraine Hansberry's A Raisin in the Sun premiered Off-Broadway in 2010.
Rockwell co-stars in the Tony-nominated revival at Broadway's Circle in the Square Theatre.
Telling the story of two disgraced NYC theatre artists who start a theatrical revolution in Fargo, North Dakota, the film releases May 13.
The 2022 Tony nominees appeared on the May 9 broadcast of Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen.
The Broadway favorite will reunite with her Everything Everywhere All At Once costar Michelle Yeoh.
The Oscar winner will join the cast of the Emmy Award-winning drama as a recurring guest star.
Shakespeare Theatre Company will present the short film along with a Q&A.
The Peacock comedy also stars Paula Pell, Busy Philipps, and Ashley Park.
The PEGOT winner will appear in the NBC special Inspiring America: The 2022 Inspiration List.
Radcliffe portrays the pop culture icon in various stages of his career.
The film spotlights the benefit concert of the Tony-winning musical, which reunited original cast members Jonathan Groff, Lea Michele, John Gallagher, Jr., and more.
The upcoming HBO documentary follows the Spring Awakening original Broadway cast reuniting for a one-night-only concert.
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The two-time Tony winner is starring in the Broadway revival of Paula Vogel's play, opposite David Morse.
The talk show contains the musical segments Carpool Karaoke, Crosswalk: the Musical, and Drop the Mic
The Cabaret Tony winner appeared with Tonka in the 1997 film Buddy.
The Tony nominated Legally Blonde star guest stars on the April 28 episode of the long-running NBC crime drama.
The American Masters presentation will premiere in June.
The 2008 Broadway musical about middle school teens will stream later this year.
The documentary premiere was followed by a performance of songs from the Tony Award-winning musical sung by original cast members.
They join a cast led by Broadway alums Fantasia Barrino and Danielle Brooks.
The Tony nominee chats with Jimmy Fallon about meeting the icon, the idea of playing Cher, and her HBO series Made for Love.
Tony winner Cynthia Erivo and Grammy winner Ariana Grande star.
The documentary is directed by Amy Rice and produced by Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Justin Mikita, and more.
Inspired by Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, the movie follows two best friends who embark on a summer adventure.
The documentary tells the story of the musical's reunion concert, featuring Jonathan Groff, Lea Michele, and the rest of the original cast.
The Funny Girl writer and Plaza Suite star shared stories and revealed Broadway opinions on Cohen's late night show.
The Tony winners will play recurring characters in the HBO period drama.
The Broadway favorite appeared in an episode of The Late Late Show with James Cordon.
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