The longtime production stage manager peels back the emerald curtain for Wicked’s 20th anniversary.
He contemplates the state of theatre criticism and what it means to play a biracial Claude in the American tribal love-rock musical.
The new musical stars James Monroe Iglehart as the famed musician, and begins its pre-Broadway performances this month.
The NYLP's Theatre on Film and Tape Archive holds countless filmed Broadway shows, but there's stipulations on how you can access it.
The vocalist, who is blind and autistic, performed the Dear Evan Hansen anthem for the season finals of the popular NBC talent competition.
The longtime music director also spent 35 years at The Phantom of the Opera.
An injury left the actor unable to walk, but it also gave her the learning experience of a lifetime.
Broadway’s newest Persephone and Hades think the appeal of this godly couple is how real they feel.
One of Broadway's biggest outdoor events can get overwhelming if you don't know what to expect!
The heartwarming video of Greene sharing a tender moment with his son during soundcheck has gone viral.
Plus, learn why her dream role is Ariel in The Little Mermaid (even though she's been told she's more of a Belle).
The creator and star of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend has a new solo piece, Death, Let Me Do My Show, now running Off-Broadway.
How Delta Air Lines went above and beyond to help the Broadway actor make the curtain on time.
She is currently the first Asian-American actor to play Mama Morton in the Tony-winning Chicago revival, and she's been ready since 1997.
Playbill explores the origins of this type of Broadway power ballad, which no longer occurs at 11 PM.
The Broadway veteran is currently playing a literary agent in Off-Broadway's Pay the Writer.
His new cabaret show at 54 Below is about the jobs he didn't get, and it will be recorded for a live album.
The ¡Viva! Broadway concert at Playbill's Curtain Up Broadway Festival will celebrate the influence of Latin and Hispanic artists in theatre.
The Leopoldstadt star spent his August seeing shows at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe (and he wasn't the only award-winning actor in attendance).
These chart-topping superstars have written a musical that feels alarmingly timely, even though they began writing it decades ago.
The comedy duo are back and this time, it's just them on the Broadway stage.
The duo star in the first Broadway revival of Purlie Victorious, in the roles made famous by Davis and Dee.
Ten years ago, Bioh made her Broadway debut as an actor. Now she's back as a playwright for Jaja's African Hair Braiding.
She admits it's a "challenging" musical. But it's also allowed her to reflect on how far she's come.
With new clarity and a 360-degree surround sound, these iconic Broadway albums suddenly sound like they were recorded yesterday.
Cruz currently stars opposite Michael Urie and Charles Shaughnessy in the Ogunquit Playhouse's American premiere of The Da Vinci Code.
The prolific producer, director, and writer gets candid about his 30 years bringing shows to the Fringe.
The sound designer shares his strategy for getting your foot in the door: meet the right people.
The Tony winner explains how her version of Prospero is a mother of three, who is struggling with parenting.
Upstart! explores Judith's story, which is often overshadowed by her father's—and even her twin brother's.
She currently plays Anna of Cleves in SIX and true to the show's ethos, she doesn't believe in competition, only celebration.
Recognizing the best of new writing at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the newspaper's Fringe First Awards are coveted by artists.
Arriving from New Zealand, the two-hander raises questions about how we're (not) handling the climate crisis, and how gender inequality could prevent us from healing the planet.
This solo play explores Williams' pre-fame years and is directed by Alan Cumming.
A Finn classic, previously excised from A New Brain during the original 1998 Off-Broadway production, is returning after a multi-decade journey through the canon.
From restaurants to walking tours to a Whisky & Witches Edinburgh Fringe show, the city’s witch lore is on full display.
The two-time Tony nominee is currently starring in the Britney Spears jukebox musical Once Upon a One More Time at the Marquis Theatre.
Plus, he reacts to Merrily We Roll Along finally getting the love it deserves.
The two-time Tony-winning designer created a near-perfect replica of the iconic '80s car.
The comedic actor may be on Broadway, but he was actually inspired by rodeo clowns.
Plus, Seth shares stories from James Monroe Iglehart and Ann Hampton Callaway.
Ian Shaw, son of Jaws star Robert Shaw, plays his father in the behind-the-scenes comedy about the 1975 summer blockbuster.
We talk to the stars and creator of High School Musical: The Musical: The Series ahead of the final season premiere August 9.
The Broadway musical supervisor spent six seasons as the bandleader for The Rosie O'Donnell Show and just music directed Carol Burnett's birthday special.
The Fringe First winner returns to the Fringe with Black Is the Color of My Voice in which she portrays the iconic artist.
The Broadway favorite can currently be seen in the third season of the acclaimed Max series Warrior.
These two venues, which are operated by the same company, are offering up quite the range of shows this August—including a cabaret from a former A Strange Loop cast member.
The performer will direct a production of the Tony- and Pulitzer-winning musical on Long Island.
The cast all gushed about the English countryside comedy, which they say was hilarious from the first read.
Plus one that's a part of the concurrently running Edinburgh International Festival.
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