Go inside the Tony press day event with interviews and Playbill's portraits in the final installment of this four-part series.
Scenic designer Adam Rigg details why a community center became the container in which this new musical takes place.
These actors will play F. Scott Fitzgerald's iconic characters in the transformed 16,000-square-foot ballroom of the Park Central Hotel in New York.
The original Dreamgirls star received the 2023 “Rosie Award,” presented by Brian Stokes Mitchell.
Annette Jolles directed the May 22 fundraiser, The Rebecca Luker Songbook: A Benefit Concert, which paid tribute to the late, Tony-nominated actor.
The production of the classic musical plays Leicester's Curve and London's Sadler’s Wells before embarking on a U.K. tour this summer.
The Alan Menken, Jack Feldman, and Harvey Fierstein musical continues at the Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre.
Special guests included Bryce Pinkham and Ryan Haddad.
They play the new musical's leading lovers at Atlantic Theater Company, which has released production photos of the world premiere Adam Guettel-Craig Lucas musical.
In honor of Pride Month, take a look at the special Playbills that will be filling theatres in June.
The honors were handed out at a May 19. See photos of Phillipa Soo, Jessica Chastain, Jodie Comer, and more.
Go inside the Tony press day event with interviews and Playbill's portraits in the third installment of this four-part series.
Moreno originated the role of Iris, currently played by Rachel Brosnahan, in the play's 1964 Broadway premiere.
The revival of the Alan Menken and Howard Ashman musical, co-starring Matt Doyle, continues at the Westside Theatre.
Titaníque and RuPaul's Drag Race star Rosé hosted the Classic Stage Company benefit featuring Jay Armstrong Johnson, Linedy Genao, Nikki M. James, Daniel K. Isaac, and more.
Gathering support to fight anti-LGBTQ+ bills, the evening was attended by Zac Posen, Stacey Stevenson, Katie Holmes, Deborah Harry, Harrison Ball, and many more.
Ato Blankson-Wood, Solea Pfeiffer, and John Douglas Thompson are among the actors joining the Kenny Leon-helmed summer production.
Performances will begin this fall at London's Apollo.
Go inside the Tony press day event with interviews and Playbill's portraits in part two of this four-part series.
The tour of the Tony-winning musical is currently playing Los Angeles' Dolby Theatre.
The four-time Tony nominee stars as Mrs. Brice opposite Lea Michele at the August Wilson Theatre.
Currently playing Washington, D.C.'s Harman Hall, the Tectonic Theater Project work was recently announced as part of New York Theatre Workshop's 2023-24 season.
Go inside the Tony press day event with interviews and Playbill's portraits in part one of this four-part series.
Currently starring in Off-Broadway's Titaníque, this drag sensation is giving us a peek at her extensive theatrical bucket list.
The gala was a celebration of the company's 45th season producing work by women and oppressed gender minorities.
Directed and choreographed by Keone and Mari Madrid, the show begins previews this week at the Marquis Theatre.
The Gilbert and Sullivan operetta performed at Carnegie Hall May 3.
The Lionel Bart musical is at New York City Center Encores! through May 14.
The longtime venue has been nominated for two 2023 Tony Awards for Best Revival of a Musical.
The newly-opened Tony-nominated play, starring Oscar Isaac and Rachel Brosnahan, held a special gala performance on May 4.
See the nominees for the 76th Annual Tony Awards meet the press.
The evening honored Tony nominee Michael McElroy, composer-lyricist Georgia Stitt, actor George Takei, and theatre education leader Jim Hoare.
Given by the NYC Dance Alliance Foundation, the honors celebrate dance and choreographic excellence on stage and screen.
From two current residents of Camelot to two Evan Hansens, Playbill raises the curtain for Broadway's brightest born in May.
Producer Jeremy O. Harris hosted the cast, creatives, and more for Broadway's final opening of the season.
Go inside opening night of the new musical with red carpet interviews with creator Lin-Manuel Miranda and stars Anna Uzele and Coltan Ryan, and arrival photos featuring Chita Rivera, Joel Grey, Sutton Foster, and more.
Oscar Isaac, Gus Birney, Raphael Nash Thompson, Julian De Niro, and Glenn Fitzgerald are all making their Broadway debuts in the Lorraine Hansberry revival.
Les Waters directed the reading of the Sarah Ruhl play as part of the Signature Gala.
The celebrities were out for the opening night of the new bio-play starring Sean Hayes.
Led by Benjamin Pajak as Oliver, the cast performed "Consider Yourself" and "Where Is Love?"
Go inside the show's opening night on Broadway with company interviews, including star Jodie Comer, and celebrity arrivals, including Uma Thurman, Lily Allen, Bernadette Peters, and more.
Oliver Phelps, George Weasley in the film franchise, dropped by Harry Potter and the Cursed Child April 23.
See new and official artwork for Once Upon a One More Time, The Sign in Sidney Brustein's Window, and more.
The celebratory event also featured Ariana DeBose, Elizabeth Stanley, Derek Klena, Casey Likes, Anika Larsen, Jason Robert Brown, and more
Chita Rivera, Sara Bareilles, André De Shields, and more headline the concert, airing on TV and streaming via PBS in May.
Julie Andrews, Cher, Kristin Chenoweth, and Sheryl Lee Ralph are also part of the two-hour Carol Burnett: 90 Years of Laughter + Love.
Two Playbill writers attended Phantom's last Broadway show, and they have some (kind of sad) thoughts about it.
See exclusive photos from the first rehearsal for the world premiere of the musical adapted from the Amazon Studios series.
The Elizabethan comedy plays Off-Broadway's Lucille Lortel Theatre starring a Broadway alum-studded cast.
Plus, past and present cast members share their favorite memories from Phantom of the Opera, and what prop they would steal.
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