The initiative will support National Black Theatre, The Harlem Arts Alliance, Black Theatre Coalition, and The Classical Theatre of Harlem.
Kathleen Marshall will direct Obsessed, The Story of Diane Warren...so far.
The Emmy-winning Master of None writer and star joins a starry team alongside Gabrielle Union, Dwyane Wade, and more.
Actors from the new Broadway musical are among those speaking out against the negative review.
Lawyer Kevin Tottis for Dramatic Publishing, which licenses an earlier adaptation of the Harper Lee novel, has released a statement on the newest filing.
Zucker and Marvin Leffler helped renovate and revitalize the 1,500-seat Manhattan venue.
Marc Bruni will direct an industry presentation of the Broadway-aimed musical, which is one of many Gatsby adaptations in the works.
The Slave Play playwright and Emmy-winning screenwriter are the latest high-profile names to enter the world of producing on Broadway.
Joe DiPietro is penning the book for Sinatra the Musical.
Close to becoming federal law, the legislation could especially affect theatre artists working on out-of-state productions and national tours.
Inspired by Alice in Wonderland, the musical played a world premiere run Off-Broadway at MCC Theater in 2019.
Funny Girl enjoyed the highest-grossing week of its run even as star Lea Michele was sidelined.
The actor speaks about the support and inspiration that the Broadway veteran—and Williams' Dawson's Creek co-star—has given her over the years.
The organization provides general management, consulting, and producing services for commercial theatrical productions.
The pop star and Grammy winner joins a growing list of high-profile celebrities getting into producing on Broadway.
Lloyd Webber Harrison Musicals will develop new musicals and create new productions from Lloyd Webber’s existing catalogue.
Those who help reach the goal of 800 presents will receive a ticket voucher to a participating Off-Broadway show.
The Andrew Lloyd Webber musical will end its historic run on Broadway in February.
The two organizations new multi-year residency kicks off with works by Naomi Iizuka.
Rez Politics, Sneaky, The Body Guards, The Council, and The Star Quilter are already released.
Lili-Anne Brown has also been announced as a finalist for the award.
The Off-Broadway company's Keen on New Work Series will feature performances from Santino Fontana, Celia Keenan-Bolger, and more.
The helpful tool includes the recently renamed James Earl Jones and Lena Horne Theatres, along with the Hudson, which reopened its doors in 2016.
The program provides artistic guidance, peer support, and feedback to emerging professional playwrights.
The annual holiday extravaganza continues through January 2, 2023, at Radio City Music Hall.
The stage and screen star shared the update on Late Night With Seth Meyers.
A workshop of the production, based on the film by Michel Hazanavicius, will be held next year in London.
The work is described as a "contemporary dark comedy" about "gender inclusivity, drug addiction, and mental health."
The new musical puts a kosher spin on Charles Dickens classic A Christmas Carol.
Broadway's box office continued its upward trajectory with the highest-grossing week since May.
The actor leads the newly announced members of BTU's Executive Leadership Committee.
A portion of ticket sales for the Manhattan museum, highlighting more than 500 productions, benefits Broadway Cares.
Broadway's Kerstin Anderson, Kennedy Caughell, and Jeremy Kushnier are set to star.
The work follows a group of social media stars living together in a Hollywood apartment.
Because of its "tolerance for hate, negativity, and misinformation," our time with the social media platform has come to an end.
The award celebrates the chorus members who have supported the industry through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dexter Bullard will direct the industry reading of David Meyers' latest play.
The appointment follows a restructuring at the Off-Broadway theatre and the exit of the company's producing director and director of external affairs.
Psyche is written by Jake Landau and Emily Garber.
The Neil Diamond biomusical stars Will Swenson at the Broadhurst Theatre.
Stage Directors and Choreographers Foundation has announced the opening date for applications to the program, previously called the Observership Program.
Tony winner Beth Leavel will present the award at a ceremony at the American Airlines Theatre.
The evening also features songs from 1884, The Pact With God, Suite in the City, and Broadway's Waitress.
The annual award is given to promising young musical theatre composers.
The Foundation has launched the fully funded Terrence McNally New Works Incubator at Off-Broadway's Rattlestick Theater.
The company has launched a website with themed playlists to aid finding songs from Berlin's 19 Broadway shows and 18 movies for commercial use.
Fanai and Hank Stampfl will direct the performances with choreography by Natalie Lomonte.
The comedian's The Old Man and the Pool filled the Vivian Beaumont in its first week of previews.
Directed by Jeff Whiting, the project is loosely based on the Fred Astaire-Ginger Rogers film The Gay Divorcee.
The exclusive partnership will reduce upfront costs and make it simpler for productions to be streamed live.
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