March 31: Would you choose to live forever if you had the chance? In Tuck Everlasting, the new musical based on Natalie Babbitt's novel, a family accidentally drinks from a stream of immortality and becomes frozen in time. Take a sneak peak at the new musical, starring Andrew Keenan-Bolger, below.
April 3: Eugene O’Neill’s classic and unforgettable tale of the Tyrone family, Long Day’s Journey Into Night returns to Broadway starring Jessica Lange and Gabriel Byrne. The Roundabout Theatre revival is directed by Jonathan Kent.
March 31: Director-of-the-moment Ivo van Hove helms another American classic on Broadway, Arthur Miller's The Crucible. In the role of Abigail is Oscar and Golden Globe nominee Saoirse Ronan. Read about how the Irish star, who is actually a Bronx native, prepared for her Broadway debut.
April 3: The York Theatre Company’s production of Cagney, which played a sold-out engagement last year, officially opens Off-Broadway for an open-ended run. The musical chronicles the life of legendary movie and dance star James Cagney.
April 3: Don’t miss the City Center Encores! production of 1776. Directed by Garry Hynes, the diverse cast of theatre stars makes for an unforgettable revival of the Tony-winning musical. Read Playbill’s interview with the cast and director about why now’s the time to re-think the way we’re staging American history.
April 9: Hamilton’s current King, Jonathan Groff, plays his final performance in the smash hit musical to begin filming the lead role in David Fincher’s new Netflix series Mindhunter. He is being succeeded by Tony nominee Rory O’Malley.
April 3: The winners of the 40 th annual Olivier Awards, recognizing excellence in British theatre, are announced at a ceremony at the Royal Opera House in London.
April 4: MCC Theater’s annual Miscast Gala returns with a host of Broadway favorites including Lea Salonga, Megan Hilty, Cynthia Erivo, Tituss Burgess and more. The stars are performing songs from shows and roles in which they would never ordinarily be cast.