May 22, 2015

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Their Favorite Things: It Shoulda Been You's Edward Hibbert Shares His Theatregoing Experiences

Playbill.com's feature series Their Favorite Things asks members of the theatre community to share the Broadway performances that most affected them as part of the audience.

Getting Her Name Picked Out of a Hat Led Geneva Carr to Her Tony-Nominated (and "Sexual") Broadway Debut

Geneva Carr shares how a single performance of one play inspired her to change her entire life and how Robert Askins picking her name out of a hat led to her sexually charged Broadway debut.

Read About the First American in Paris Musical (The One that Didn't Come to Broadway)

Playbill.com digs into its archives to explore the stage adaptation of "An American in Paris" — the one that was produced years before before the Tony-nominated 2015 musical.

"I Don't Know, Personally, That I Would Wish It On a Kid" — Youngest Female Tony Winner Reflects

In 1991, Daisy Eagan became the youngest female actress to accept a Tony Award, winning for her performance in The Secret Garden. She shares what it was like to win theatre's highest honor at age 11.

Inside One of Broadway's Biggest Scandals – How Rebecca The Musical Made Headlines Without Even Opening (Yet...)

Intrigue. Mystery. Concealed identities. Sinister accusations. A dream up in smoke and a Great big Broadway show. "Rebecca" the novel or the tale of Rebecca the musical?

Cue & A: 2015 Tony Nominee Micah Stock on "The Fault In Our Stars," Crying and One Grisly Onstage Mishap

Micah Stock fills out Playbill.com's questionnaire of random facts, backstage trivia and pop-culture tidbits.

Spring Awakening Cast Looks Back With Memories and Over 100 Exclusive Never-Before-Seen Photos!

Lea Michele, Jonathan Groff, John Gallagher, Jr. and dozens more Spring Awakening stars take a look back with Playbill.com.

Best in Show: Betty Buckley and Her Moving Encounter with Benjamin Beaus, Her "Courtly Dude"

Best in Show — a spotlight on Broadway personalities and their animal companions — continues with Tony winner Betty Buckley. Meet her pooch, Benjamin Beaus.


Open Call for The Wiz A Celebration in Dance and Music

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In Case You Missed It: The Crucible's Coming Back to Broadway and "Duck Dynasty" Closed Up Shop Early

Photo Call: Chamber-Sized Titanic With Ben Heppner Sails Into Toronto

Playbill Playlist: The Elton John Songs That Make Us Cry and "Feel The Love Tonight"

Must Watch! Diana DeGarmo Gets Swept Up By a Tornado in Dreamlike (and Chilling) Wizard of Oz Preview (Video)

Exclusive! Judy Kuhn Sings a Gorgeous "Beautiful Mornin'" Off Her New "Rodgers, Rodgers & Guettel" Album

Heidi Blickenstaff and Marc Kudisch Tapped for Reading of Triumph

Team StarKid's Latest Musical, Inspired By "Oregon Trail" Computer Game, Will Travel To NYC

Must Watch: Coldplay Creates Hilarious "Games of Thrones" Musical Spoof

Rhinebeck Writers Retreat to Develop Eight New Musicals; Lineup Announced

Bernadette Peters Will Narrate New Collection of "Eloise" Stories

Child Theatre Critic Iain Armitage Interviews Gigi Star Vanessa Hudgens

Stage Portrait: King and I Tony Nominees Kelli O'Hara and Ken Watanabe

Kate Shindle Elected President of Actors' Equity

Photo Call: 65th Annual Outer Critics Circle Awards, Red Carpet Arrivals and Ceremony

Scott Rudin Will Produce Broadway Revival of Witch-Hunt Drama The Crucible

Tony Viewers Up in Arms Over Telecast; Petitions Started for Creative and Special Awards

Exclusive: What It Was Like Inside David Letterman's Last "Late Show" Taping – I Was There

Sutton Foster Will Step In for Audra McDonald

Laura Osnes as a Teenage Dorothy and 10 More Exclusive #TBT Photos You Don't Want to Miss!

Photo Exclusive: A Two-Show Day at Chicago Shakespeare With Sense and Sensibility Star Wayne Wilcox

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See Which Non-Nominated Shows Will Perform On 2015 Tony Awards Broadcast

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