Plus: Details on Broadway veteran Carmen Ruby Floyd's debut solo album.
The Off-Broadway production of the Howard Ashman-Alan Menken musical reopens at the Westside Theatre September 21.
Ahead of the 74th annual ceremony, revisit the roles that earned the performers their nominations.
Stephen Brackett will again direct the Pulitzer Prize-winning musical.
Performances resume in October in Connecticut.
Tina Fey, Lorne Michaels, Nell Benjamin, and Jeff Richmond remain attached to the Paramount Players project.
The celebration of Broadway’s return played the theatre district September 17-19.
This week, Seth remembers Graciela Daniele's surprising staging of A New Brain, meets virtual bestie Dana Delaney in real life, and more.
The Joel Coen film hits theatres in December, followed by Apple TV+ in January.
Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley's daily series benefits The Actors Fund.
The Tony-nominated musical reopens at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre September 21.
This four-part series sponsored by Prudential gives a platform to the talented individuals working behind the scenes in theatre.
The Mel Brooks and Thomas Meehan musical will play the Maine venue in October.
The cast talks about the upcoming play, set to begin performances at the Circle in the Square Theatre September 23.
A memorial service for the composer-performer will be held at Riverside Church.
In 1966, Ethel Merman returns to the role of Annie Oakley in a Broadway revival of Annie Get Your Gun.
The Tony-nominated musical resumes performances at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre.
Michael Mayer directs the classic Howard Ashman-Alan Menken musical, which opened in 2019 at the Westside Theatre.
The comedy moved to the Harold Pinter Theatre after a run was cut short due to the pandemic.
From the Mainstage to the interactive installations, see how Times Square transformed for the festival.