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The music director has led the orchestra since 2018.
The New York production, starring Will Liverman (soon to appear in the Met's Fire Shut Up in My Bones), will open in 2023.
The world premiere of Ngozi Anyanwu’s play opened with the Atlantic Theater Company September 13.
Three more in-person stagings and four Audible Originals have been added to the slate.
Written by Eric Ulloa, the video includes Broadway alums Bianca Marroquín, Ana Villafañe, and Janet Dacal.
The famed composer-lyricist told Stephen Colbert about his new show—and the upcoming production of Company and film West Side Story.
The Tony winner, who reprises his performance on screen, stopped by The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.
Terence Blanchard’s work marks the first opera by a Black composer to be performed at the New York institution.
The Olivier-winning musical resumes performances at the Cambridge Theatre.
The comedy moves to the Harold Pinter Theatre after a run was cut short due to the pandemic.
Plus; Karen Olivo will lead a new musical theatre training program for BIPOC teens with Project Broadway.
During his tenure at the Chicago venue, productions led to a Pulitzer Prize, 22 Tony Awards, and more than 160 Jeff Awards.
The production of Ruben Santiago-Hudson’s solo show began performances at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre September 14.
The Off-Broadway company will also present four works-in-progress from its Writer/Director Lab.
To make tickets more affordable, many Off-Broadway shows have implemented rush, lottery, and inexpensive ticket policies.
The Ghostlight Records release preserves the musical written by the late Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson songwriter with Daniel Goldstein.
Stage favorite Julie Halston was also presented with a Special Tony Award.
The Dear Evan Hansen alum replaces Alfie Fuller.
Special guests will include Anthony Rapp, Andrew Barth Feldman, Carolee Carmello, Nik Walker, and Jacqueline B. Arnold.
The long-running, Tony-winning revival reopened September 14.