From A Time to Kill to Casa Valentina, A Look at the 2013-14 Season: The Plays
With the 2013-14 Broadway season coming to a close this month (April 24 is the cut-off date for eligibility for the 68th Annual Tony Awards), Playbill.com offers a four-part look at the current season. Here are this season's original plays.
Broadway's Aladdin Will Make Three Television Appearances in One Day
The Disney musical Aladdin, which currently plays Broadway's New Amsterdam Theatre, will make three national television appearances on the ABC network April 15.
PLAYBILL.COM'S BRIEF ENCOUNTER With Tony Winner Sutton Foster, Returning to Broadway in the Title Role of Violet
Two-time Tony Award winner Sutton Foster chats with Playbill.com about starring in the title role in the Broadway premiere of Violet.
THEIR FAVORITE THINGS: Pippin Star Kyle Dean Massey Shares His Theatregoing Experiences
This week we spotlight the choices of singing actor Kyle Dean Massey, who currently stars in the title role of the Tony-winning Broadway revival of Pippin at the Music Box Theatre.
PLAYBILL PLAYLIST: Tony Winner Steve Kazee Picks His Favorite Indie-Rock and Alt-Country Songs
Tony Award-winning Once actor Steve Kazee will return to 54 Below April 11-12. In anticipation of the singer-actor-songwriter's return, Kazee picks his favorite indie-rock and alt-country songs as part of this week's Playbill Playlist.
PLAYBILL POLL: Who Should Play Wendla in a Film Adaptation of Spring Awakening? Readers Respond
In a recent interview with Playbill.com, lyricist-librettist Steven Sater revealed that a Spring Awakening film may begin production this summer. With casting still underway, we wondered: Who should play the role of Wendla, the part originated on Broadway by Lea Michele, in the film?
PHOTO SPECIAL: Highlights from Playbill's Star-Studded "Broadway on the High Seas 4" Cruise Through Tahiti, Bora Bora and the South Pacific
Playbill's fourth Broadway on the High Seas cruise set sail on a French Polynesian adventure March 20-29, 2014. The trip boasted performances by Brian Stokes Mitchell, Howard McGillin, Alice Ripley, Lillias White, Liz Callaway, Ana Gasteyer, Christine Pedi, Judy Kuhn, Roger Bart, Lewis Black and Tommy Tune.