Parodying the film Titanic, the production features songs made popular by Céline Dion.
The outdoor St. Louis production opened June 22.
The production, now scheduled to begin previews June 24, features a cast and creative team comprising Deaf, hard-of-hearing, and hearing artists.
The play explores the 53% of white women who voted for Donald J. Trump in the 2016 presidential election.
The original musical is inspired by the role-playing game Dungeons & Dragons.
The production runs through July 10 in San Diego.
With a score by Alan Menken and Glenn Slater, the musical plays the Tony-winning New Jersey theatre through June 26.
The new comedy is playing Baltimore's Everyman Theatre.
The production plays the Mitzi E. Newhouse Theatre at Lincoln Center Theater.
Marthe Rachel Gold's play runs through June 12 at The Tank's Proscenium Theater.
Zi Alikhan directs Frances Ya-Chu Cowhig's play Off-Broadway.
The inaugural festival is presenting three works by writer Karen Hartman.
The revival, featuring a cast of female, Non-binary, and Trans performers, opens May 26 at the Cambridge theatre.
Caissie Levy, Emily Zimmerman, Bebe Neuwirth, Ashley Blanchet, and more star in the Atlantic Theater Company production.
Lucy Moss, a 2022 Tony nominee for the new musical SIX, directs the production at the outdoor London venue.
John Cardoza, Jovanni Sy, Alan H. Green, and Tony nominee Kate Baldwin star in the musical based on the 1984 film at Stages St. Louis.
Margot Bordelon directs the Roundabout production about three generations of men coming to terms with what it means to be Black and gay.
Telling the story of Emilio and Gloria Estefan, the jukebox bio-musical opened on Broadway in 2015.
The new musical at New Jersey's George Street Playhouse stars Jackie Burns, Jonah Platt, and John Arthur Greene.
The production, directed by Bill Castellino, opens May 2 at The Cell Theatre.
MCC's world premiere of Ana Nogueira's new play follows two Broadway fans waiting outside If/Then's stage door.
Director Wayne Cilento's new production re-creates Fosse's original, 1978 Tony-winning choreography.
Susan Stroman directs the new play from Broadway debut playwright Selina Fillinger.
The Broadway production officially opens at the Longacre Theatre April 28.
The musical adaptation of the 1992 film opens April 27.
The international hit musical also stars Lana Gordon and Brenda Braxton.
Audible Theater's limited engagement runs through April 23 at Minetta Lane Theatre.
The first-ever Broadway revival of the biomusical, featuring a revised book by Harvey Fierstein, opens April 24 the August Wilson Theatre.
Game of Thrones' Alfie Allen and Shameless' David Threlfall lead the cast of the Olivier-winning comedy.
The Tracey Conyer Lee-led production opened April 9 at the Actors Temple Theatre.
Frances Mayli McCann and Jordan Luke Gage star in the title roles of the musical, which opened on Broadway in 2011.
Warren Adams directs the world premiere of Ian Eaton's play at The Sheen Center's Frank Shiner Theater.
The Mark Brokaw-directed play began previews March 29 at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre via Manhattan Theatre Club.
The new thriller by Ike Holter runs at the Balazar Theater through April 24.
Mike Bartlett's play continues at the Ambassadors Theatre through June 4.
Mamma Mia! is currently playing the Novello Theatre in the West End.
Warren Carlyle directs a cast led by Sierra Boggess and Chip Zien in the musical about the Comedian Harmonists.
The new musical re-imagines the classical Greek epic The Odyssey.
The production, directed by John Caird and featuring 32 performers and over 50 puppets, will tour to four additional cities in Japan.
Sean Ewing heads the cast of the musical based on the life of Tony Valdovinos.
The national tour kicked off March 27 at Shea's Performing Arts Center in Buffalo, New York.
Ross recently returned to the Tony-winning musical at the Music Box Theatre for a limited engagement.
Check out photos of Ars Nova's in-the-round staging—directed by Lee Sunday Evans.
The Roundabout Theatre Company production of Noah Haidle's play also features John Earl Jelks and Enrico Colantoni.
The Broadway-bound jukebox biomusical stars Mike Wartella and Christy Altomare.
The world premiere production of JC Lee's play Off-Broadway April 12.
The Second Stage production is the first Broadway revival of Richard Greenberg’s 2003 Tony-winning play, about a major league baseball star who comes out of the closet.
Joanna Gleason narrated the MasterVoices concert of the seldom-seen Stephen Sondheim musical, under the baton of Ted Sperling.
A new trailer has also been released for the Tony-nominated production at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre.
Get a first look at the new comedy, also starring Monahon, Ryan Spahn, and Amelia Workman.
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