The actor and writer is currently playing Perón in Bucks County Playhouse's reimagined version of the Tony-winning Andrew Lloyd Webber-Tim Rice musical.
The Hedwig and the Angry Inch Tony winner is the Off-Broadway musical's newest star.
The actor, who will go it solo next month at the Green Room 42, looks back at his Broadway opening and his encounter with Bernadette Peters on Tony night.
Test your showtune knowledge on this lyrics quiz about falling in—and sometimes out of—love.
For Banned Books Week, take a look at some of the plays and musicals that were deemed too inappropriate for public consumption.
We chat with the performer-director about the upcoming Sondheim revival and her September 24 Connecticut concert engagement with Orchestra Lumos, at which she'll perform songs from the Sondheim score.
Join Playbill in celebrating with the first of four episodes showcasing Latiné composers and performers.
As Broadway's longest-running show approaches its 35th anniversary, we want to know how well you know its lyrics. Take our quiz to find out!
The event raised over $1.2 million for the Wing's programs benefiting emerging artists.
Ross plays one of the Fates in the Tony-winning musical at the Walter Kerr Theatre.
Allsun O’Malley and Talia Suskauer are living out their college fantasies at the Gershwin Theatre eight times a week.
The composer was joined by Into the Woods' Kennedy Kanagawa, Kuhoo Verma, Cynthia Meng, and Noah Hadland for the series, which is presented by City National Bank.
"It's basically House of the Dragon and Lord of the Rings without any elves, dragons, explosions, lust, medieval sets, or live action elements. But otherwise, it’s just as exciting."
It's a full-circle moment for the Free Shakespeare in the Park performer, who first saw this Shakespeare work when he was seven years old, and reprises his 2017 Public Works role.
“I'm not dipping my toe. I'm jumping into the deepest deep end, playing one of the most iconic female roles in Broadway history.”
These shows rarely hit the school auditorium stage, but are ready to take center stage.
Already missing Fringe? Playbill correspondent Margaret Hall caps off our coverage of the 75th festival.
Playbill Goes Fringe correspondents Leah Putnam and Margaret Hall share how to make the most of a visit to the world’s largest arts festival.
Playbill Goes Fringe's reporters saw 35 shows at this years festival. Find out which productions are sticking with us after the curtain.
The Wicked and Evita star plays Elsa in the North American tour of the Disney musical, now playing Cleveland's Playhouse Square.
The American musical, which has been in development since 2013, made its Fringe debut this year.
Eleven plays and seven musicals will hit the boards in a robust first half of the 2022–23 Broadway theatre season.
Grizabella, Growltiger, Jennyanydots, and Maggiepollit—one of these names doesn't belong.
A regular favorite of the Fringe, Kaye presented his new show, The Butch Is Back, and an old favorite, The Kaye Hole, which both sold out at this year's festival.
Playbill Goes Fringe correspondents Leah Putnam and Margaret Hall share their insights into how to make the most of the world’s largest arts festival.
The three starred in the Richard Greenberg's Three Days of Rain in 2006.
The actor-musician is currently playing Seymour in a production of Little Shop of Horrors in Michigan before a slew of dates with his Skivvies co-star Lauren Molina.
Memon plays seven instruments and sings in the new musical about the complexities of personal relationships and mental health, making its Edinburgh Fringe debut.
Khan's two hander has received the coveted Fringe First award, a celebration of exemplary new writing at the festival.
As the Whitney Houston and Brandy–led film gets an encore TV broadcast, find out which songs in the Rodgers and Hammerstein favorite were written for other projects.
The Tony-winning designer goes behind the looks of Broadway’s royal women.
From Marvel Studios to Warner Bros., these actors made their big break in a stage musical before starring in a superhero project (yes, there’s more to the list than Tom Holland).
The British actor is currently reprising his award-winning performance as Lola in the Tony-winning musical's Off-Broadway debut.
Our correspondents caught a range of shows from new musicals and dance-based theatre to dramatic solo shows and late-night cabarets.
The pair make their Off-Broadway debut with the musical based on the Jodi Picoult and Samantha van Leer YA novel.
White just completed her run as Harriet, the overworked Chief of Staff in Broadway's POTUS: Or, Behind Every Great Dumbass are Seven Women Trying to Keep Him Alive.
Rauf, who was held in a basement for 105 days in 2021, is a cofounder of Human First Coalition.
Mason's play, reimagining Abe Lincoln through a queer person of color’s storytelling lens, can be seen at Los Angeles' Skylight through September 4.
Rivers Cuomo shared with fans via Discord that the concerts were canceled due to "low ticket sales" and "high expenses."
Bleu also talks about returning to the High School Musical franchise and how the series honors the OG fans.
Check out the cafés, food trucks, and restaurants that Edinburgh Fringe writers Leah Putnam and Margaret Hall have been frequenting between shows!
The Fringe First Award winner takes the stage as the iconic artist in her show Black is the Color of My Voice, returning to the festival.
The stage and screen star talks to us about her time playing the "ferociously loving" Rosie Brice.
Playbill Goes Fringe is halfway through this year’s coverage of the world’s largest arts festival.
The Tony-winning performer chats about her return to Broadway and the lessons the Stephen Sondheim-James Lapine musical teaches.
The composer was joined by Samy Nour Younes Figaredo, Geena Quintos, and Terran Scott for the series, which is presented by City National Bank.
A photo journal of the actors who have played high school student Evan Hansen, the role created by Tony winner Ben Platt, full-time at the Music Box Theatre.
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