The administrative shift will give way to a new leadership model within the company.
The non-profit has also added five new board members, including Tyler Perry, Sharon Karmazin, and executives from Actors' Equity, SAG-AFTRA, and The Shubert Organization.
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.
"Now lawyers do their work," says the Tony-, Emmy-, and Grammy-winning Broadway icon.
The Memphis and Dame Edna producer began her theatrical career late in life following the death of her husband.
Producer Je’Caryous Johnson and Marvin Gaye III are teaming up for the project, aiming for a 2023 premiere.
The move follows a number of public criticisms of the theatre's board of directors as well as calls for their resignation.
MCC will present the world premiere, featuring a score by Nash and a book by Andy Blankenbuehler and Ted Malawer.
The architect, violinist, and dedicated theatre supporter passed away July 28.
Come From Away Tony winner Christopher Ashley will direct.
Broadway filled nearly 90 percent of its seats last week, bringing in $27.7 million cumulatively.
The popular Edinburgh Festival Fringe audio experiences can be seen at ArtsDistrict Brooklyn, along with Ouchhh Studio's debut of Limitless AI.
The digital resource is set to launch in 2023.
Paul comes to the Massachusetts company after serving as associate artistic director of D.C.'s Shakespeare Theatre Company.
The Sondheim revival ended its run at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre July 31.
Lunnie previously provided dramaturgy for What the Constitution Means to Me; A Doll's House, Part 2; and more.
The latest move follows earlier filings by Actors' Equity and United Scenic Artists.
The creators of Bridgerton on the page and screen are weighing in on legal actions surrounding the viral TikTok musical.
The special podcast episode features the live-taped superhero musical by Kit Goldstein Grant.
Songs from the viral musical were recently performed in concert at The Kennedy Center.
The streaming platform is dedicated to theatre and performing arts.
Arpita Mukherjee will direct the readings presented by Amas Musical Theatre Lab.
Following a two-week developmental lab, the show stars Nancy Opel, Badia Farha, and Bradley Dean.
The Off-Broadway theatre company has announced its newest members.
Booth will be the first woman to head Chicago’s largest not-for-profit theatre company.
The New Jersey venue is the recipient of the 2016 Regional Theatre Tony Award.
2022-23 Leon Levy Foundation Roundabout Directors Group has also been announced.
The new work, supported by the Kahlo family, will feature music by Jaime Lozano and lyrics by Neena Beber.
The union is standing in solidarity with American Equity's own ban while leaving room for Drabinsky to possibly work with both CAEA and AEA members in the future.
Recipients will be honored during a celebration of the arts to be filmed for subsequent TV broadcast.
The new musical, currently playing Off-Broadway's Tony Kiser Theater, is based on the Jodi Picoult and Samantha van Leer novel.
Sheldon Epps directs Tawni O’Dell's new play.
Pearl Cleage and Tina Howe will receive Lifetime Achievement Awards.
The policy, which began July 1, followed the lifting of the Main Stem's vaccine requirement for audience members earlier this year.
The whodunit is the longest-running play in New York City's history.
Founded by late producer-director Harold Prince, the program supports and empowers new creative producers.
The program seeks to connect the South Korean and American arts communities.
Parrish recently served as the Interim Chief Operating Officer of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society.
The move will render the Tony-winning producer unable to hire Equity members, effectively ending his ability to produce on Broadway and at many major venues across the country.
The evening performance will feature pieces by Lynn Nottage, Arianna Afsar, Kenyatta Hughes, and more.
Three new musicals will be developed by the annual conference organized by the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center.
The exhibition showcases the works of Stephen Sondheim, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Lynn Nottage, Lorraine Hansberry, Paula Vogel, and more.
Unions representing actors and theatrical designers are claiming that they're owed nearly $350,000.
A concept album is expected this year.
The exhibition will showcase the works of Stephen Sondheim, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Lynn Nottage, Lorraine Hansberry, Paula Vogel, and more.
The new musical is receiving a presentation at Triad Theater.
The grantees have been selected as part of THRIVE! Uplifting Theatres of Color program.
Theatre Under the Stars has filled the vacancy with the regional premiere of The Secret of My Success.
The event will welcome attendees both in person and virtually.
The move comes after the resignation of the theatre's 2020 cohort, along with its artistic director and board chair, citing similar allegations about a lack of transparency and commitment to diversity and inclusion.
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