Schele Williams is directing the new revival of the '70s musical, launching in Baltimore in September.
The tour of the Broadway hit will launch in August at Broadway in Chicago’s James M. Nederlander Theatre.
A look at the touring musicals and plays that may soon be coming to a city near you.
Winters has played the role of Nala on tour and on Broadway.
A Strange Loop's Kyle Ramar Freeman will "Be a Lion" in Schele Williams' new production of the '70s musical.
The Broadway bow is led by Josh Groban and Annaleigh Ashford at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre.
Schele Williams is directing the new production of the Charlie Smalls musical.
The new Kander and Ebb musical, directed and choreographed by Susan Stroman, is a 2023 Tony Award nominee for Best Musical.
The awards celebrate industry professionals whose achievements contribute to the success of Broadway on the road.
The tour of the Tony-winning musical is currently playing Los Angeles' Dolby Theatre.
The pair are joining the "Aragon" tour as Katherine Howard and Jane Seymour, respectively.
The play by Aleksey Igudesman will launch October 17 in Seattle.
The new musical is currently nominated for 13 Tony Awards.
See if the Charlie Smalls revival is coming to a theatre near you before its return to the Main Stem.
The two actors join the cast of the international hit musical in St. Louis, Missouri.
The Marianne Elliott-directed production will kick off at Detroit's Fisher Theatre in October.
The jukebox musical will lay its scene in a fair North American city beginning next year.
Looks like the "Music of the Night" may not be over quite yet.
Natalie Paris, who originated the role of Jane Seymour, also joins the road company.
The theatrical union, representing actors and stage managers, had authorized a strike of all touring productions following an impasse in negotiations.
The Jeanine Tesori-David Lindsay-Abaire musical is currently running at the Booth Theatre.
The touring production of the 2019 Broadway musical is seeking trained technical dancers to perform in the ensemble and understudy the role of Lydia.
Adapted from the 1993 movie, the musical will launch its tour from Shea's Performing Arts Center in Buffalo.
The work about a love affair between a married doctor and a suburban housewife is making its first stop on its U.K. tour.
The theatrical union, representing actors and stage managers, has authorized, though not yet enacted, a strike of all touring productions following an impasse in negotiations with The Broadway League.
The production is transferring from the West End to Broadway this summer.
The company of the Alanis Morissette musical is using their platform to raise awareness to this disturbing trend.
He stars as Christian opposite Courtney Reed as Satine.
The tour of the Tony-winning musical is currently playing Rhode Island's Providence Performing Arts Center through March 26.
A multi-year tour will launch in Providence, RI in 2024.
The Grammy Award-winning musician behind the jukebox musical stopped by the National Theater to say hello.
The stage adaptation of Khaled Hosseini's novel played Broadway in 2022.
The current company will play their final performance April 23.
Lin-Manuel Miranda hopes to raise $2 million for the Hispanic Federation and Flamboyan Arts Fund. He'll be joined by some Hamilton alums.
The touring production of the 2019 Broadway musical is seeking performers for the roles of Lydia, Christopher, and Natalie.
Originally written by Noël Coward, the play follows the love affair between a married doctor and a suburban housewife.
The tour launched in September 2022 in Irving, Texas.
The all-female, transgender, and non-binary-cast revival is co-directed by Jeffrey L. Page and Diane Paulus.
The Broadway alum will make his company debut in Texas next month.
The tour of the recent Broadway revival launches February 18 in Buffalo.
The Olivier-winning production originated at London's Regent's Park Open Air Theatre.
The Rupert Holmes play begins a sold-out engagement at Florida's Delray Beach Playhouse February 15.
Luis Salgado directs and choreographs the non-Equity tour of the biomusical.
The production will kick off its travels at Birmingham's Alexandra Theatre.
Phyllida Lloyd will again direct the international hit musical featuring the songs of ABBA.
The record-breaking gift was made possible via Red Bucket fundraising campaigns led by Broadway, Off-Broadway, and national touring shows.
Schele Williams is directing the revival, which will launch a national tour before returning to the Main Stem.
Directed by Lonny Price, the new production of the Moose Charlap-Carolyn Leigh musical will readdress its depiction of Native Americans.
When it closes, the touring production of the Tony-winning musical will have played 104 engagements.
Find out where the Sondheim revival is headed when it launches later this year.
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