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In 2012, Bring It On: The Musical opens on Broadway.
The Tony Award-winning show opened on Broadway July 31, 2003, at the Golden Theatre.
In 2003, Avenue Q opens on Broadway.
The Rodgers and Hammerstein classic begins performances at the outdoor venue July 31.
The arts education advocacy organization honored students from 11 states with the educational funding.
The cast includes Steven Yeun, Beanie Feldstein, and Tony winner Jayne Houdyshell.
The musical's book writer and original director James Lapine shared details about the would-be film ahead of the release of his behind-the-scenes tome Putting It Together.
The honors recognize exceptional achievements of arts educators and theatre programs nationwide.
Theatregoers will need to show proof of vaccination prior to entering all 41 Broadway venues.
The stage regular will join the musical's co-creators, Alex Wyse and Ben Fankhauser, in the cast.
Broadway in Hollywood's policy is currently in effect through October 10.
Oren Jacoby’s film will arrive in New York movie theatres August 20.
In 2018, Marcus Gardley's The House That Will Not Stand opens at New York Theatre Workshop
Plus: Newsies and A Bronx Tale alum Adam Kaplan will appear on Fox's The Big Leap.
The various safety protocols were released as both new and returning shows enter rehearsals.
Donna Feore will direct and choreograph the new musical from Bandstand creators Robert Taylor and Richard Oberacker.
The Broadway revival, on hold due to the pandemic, will now begin previews March 9, 2022.
The film from Dori Berinstein and Sammi Cannold chronicles the fight to save live theatre amid a historic shutdown.
Lin-Manuel Miranda's Tony- and Pulitzer Prize-winning musical resumes performances September 14 at the Richard Rodgers Theatre.
The event celebrates James Lapine’s new book Putting It Together, out August 3.