Mr. Caiola was one half of the brother-sister company Caiola Productions, which has developed more than 50 Broadway shows.
The musical transports audiences to 1979 West Virginia, where a mayor is attempting to tear down the region's only Jewish temple to build a RadioShack.
Nick Adams, Lauren Elder, and more will perform in the Crystal Skillman-Bobby Cronin musical, previously seen at Austria’s Theatre Linz.
Molly Clifford will direct the new play about the relationship between two sisters.
Zhailon Levingston will direct the new work from the Chicken & Biscuits playwright.
Eight young adults with stage and musical theatre ties made the list.
Five shows joined The $2 Million Club last week, including newcomers Merrily We Roll Along and Sweeney Todd.
Joseph Hayward will direct with music direction by Griffin Strout.
Regional theatres are the birthplace of the next generation of theatremakers. And they’re in crisis.
The new musical will open at the Manchester Opera House in June 2024.
We talk to the crusaders working at the front lines to win much needed federal funding for our struggling stages.
Tiffany Nichole Greene directs the new musical from Hyeyoung Kim and Shoshana Greenberg.
The Lion King and Merrily We Roll Along continue to dominate the boards.
The promotion is the latest in Hunter's 14-year career with the company, which began in 2009 when she was an intern.
The evening celebrated the indelible mark that Black culture has had and continues to have on Broadway.
The evening will feature selections from eight new musicals developed at the retreat.
The grants are designed to support work exploring science and technology and to challenge the existing stereotypes of scientists and engineers.
Based on the story by Ukrainian novelist Nikolai Gogol, the new musical features a book, music, and lyrics by Kit Goldstein Grant.
The Sex and the City star is one of many luminaries who appear in a new documentary about the New York theatrical institution.
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.
The work is inspired by an empathy exercise in a 2018 theatre class taught by the 98º star and wife Lea Lachey.
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.
The musical will be based on Walter Tevis’ novel, which recently became a Netflix limited series.
Will Nunziata is directing the in-development work.
Merrily We Roll Along broke the house record at the Hudson Theatre for the fourth time.
The tournament showcased elite-level poker players with some of Hollywood's finest contenders.
Inspired by Helen of Troy from Greek mythology, the new musical is written by Joe Maloney.
York Theatre Company is honoring the three-time Tony winner at its 31st Oscar Hammerstein Gala.
The tournament showcases elite-level poker players with some of Hollywood's finest contenders.
The Carousel of Inevitability and Certain Foreboding is being offered as part of the library's Across a Crowded Room program.
Five cast recordings are up for Best Musical Theater Album at the 66th annual ceremony.
10 new playwrights will each receive a two-year fellowship at the Public, a $10,000 stipend, staged readings, and more.
Governor Kathy Hochul announced the news November 10.
The solo show features a book, music, and lyrics by Ronni Mardor.
McOnie succeeds Tim Sheader, who is becoming the leader of London's Donmar Warehouse.
The lights of Broadway theatres will also be dimmed in memory of the Tony-winning lyricist.
The celebration will also feature appearances and performances from Jonathan Groff, Norm Lewis, Jessica Vosk, Brittney Mack, and more.
The David Byrne-Fatboy Slim musical will play its final performance later this month.
Works from Hermitage Major Theater Award winners Madeleine George and Shariffa Ali will be presented later this month.
Bebe Neuwirth will present the honor at a ceremony at the American Airlines Theatre.
Out of the Box Theatrics is presenting the autobiographical comedy as the first installment of their Developmental Readings series.
The stage adaptation of the cult classic film will be developed by Lively McCabe Entertainment and Primary Wave Music.
The celebration, open to the public, will feature Danny Burstein, Harvey Fierstein, Rob Fisher, Judy Kuhn, Emily Skinner, Karen Ziemba, and more.
The producers and licensor had been accused of profiting from union and non-union workers at the same time.
The residency will explore how the integration of Deaf and Disabled artists can offer insight into the Bard's plays.
Sheldon Epps will direct Lonne Elder III's play.
Bleu will be joined by Tony nominee J. Robert Spencer, Alexandra Socha, and more.
As part of the launch, the company will give away 100 headshots to 100 aspiring actors.
Joanne Gordon directs the musical, which is based on the life of trans actor and activist Billings.
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