Jane Krakowski Will Host Manhattan Theatre Club Spring Gala
Special performances by Broadway musicals Something Rotten!, Finding Neverland, It Shoulda Been You, and more will take center stage at the nonprofit's season-end celebration.
The King and I, Starring Kelli O'Hara and Ken Watanabe, to Release Cast Album Next Month
A new Broadway revival of the Rodgers and Hammerstein's runs at Lincoln Center Theater.
Julie Halston and Something Rotten!'s Brad Oscar Receive Equity Foundation Awards
The annual Richard Seff Award is presented to veteran actors for the best performance in a supporting role in a Broadway or off-Broadway production.
Jonathan Groff to Reprise His Hamilton Role at the Lapham's Quarterly Decades Ball
Kevin Kline, Mary-Louise Parker, and more will also perform.
Works by Lucas Hnath and Anaïs Mitchell Added to New York Theatre Workshop Season
By David Gordon
The pair joins David Bowie and Elevator Repair Service on the lineup for the East Village venue.
Drama Desk-Nominated Pageant — The Musical Sets Cast Album Release Date
The off-Broadway cast will reunite for a launch party at 54 Below.
American Repertory Theater Transfers Witness Uganda to Second Stage Theatre
The new musical, directed by Diane Paulus, has changed its title to Invisible Thread.
Broadway's Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time to Embark on American Tour
By David Gordon
The hit drama by Simon Stephens may visit a city near you.
Melissa Errico Releases Two Cut Tracks From Her Album Lullabies & Wildflowers
Proceeds will go to the actress' Manhattan charity.
EXCLUSIVE: Winsome Brown to Premiere This Is Mary Brown at La MaMa
The solo show will land in New York this June.
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