The honorees will be celebrated during a live-streamed awards ceremony in October.
The reading of Riley Elton McCarthy's new work will star Lizzie Milanovich.
Also: audiences are flocking to see The Phantom of the Opera before its historic run comes to a close.
Josh Rhodes directs with musical direction and arrangements by Rob Berman.
The work, about the birth of American tap dance and the American dream, is in development with Paper Mill Playhouse.
The selection committee will be led by Patricia McGregor, Robert O'Hara, Lisa Peterson, and Chay Yew.
The initial filing followed an all-star concert of the project at the Kennedy Center.
Expect over 50 tables full of theatrical memorabilia, a silent auction, and a live auction hosted by Christopher Sieber with Nick Nicholson as the auctioneer.
Children with craniofacial differences are invited to submit videos for the new musical featuring music and lyrics by A Great Big World.
Based on a true story and the 1941 novel of the same name, the new work features a book by Rinne B. Groff and lyrics by Robin Lerner.
Dan Rothenberg and Robert Quillen Camp will adapt the 1955 children's book with a score by indie pop rock band AJR.
A country singer reinvents himself as gay pop star after being outed in the new work.
TDF recently received an $88,000 grant to support the initiative.
Anderson is being honored for her play the ripple, the wave that carried me home.
The company produces immersive experiences built around such properties as Guardians of the Galaxy and Stranger Things.
Tony winners James Lapine and Susan Stroman will speak with Boritt on his new book Transforming Space Over Time.
Prince directed The Phantom of the Opera, set to end its historic run at the Majestic in February.
The list and accompanying gala honor the achievements of African-Americans across industries.
The one-night-only event will star Tony nominees Orfeh and Andy Karl, Samantha Williams, and more.
The two collaborators will become the RSC's co-artistic directors next year.
In honor of Banned Books Week, the podcast about censorship in theatre will feature performances by Bryan Cranston, Raúl Esparza, Celia Keenan Bolger, and more.
The Tony-winning musical played its final performance on Broadway September 18.
The change could potentially see more Off-Broadway productions eligible for the annual honors.
The organization, which supports and advocates for women in the theatre industry, kicks off its 40th anniversary season.
Stage and screen star Banderas will play the famed artist with Gordon Greenberg at the helm.
Christopher Renshaw directs the September 19-20 industry readings of the new musical about the life of the late jazz legend Louis Armstrong.
The residency will support women and non-binary playwrights from the African diaspora.
The 40th anniversary season will kick off September 20 with a birthday event featuring Daryl Roth, Susan Stroman, Irene Gandy, and more.
Guests will include Kristen Anderson-Lopez, Robert Lopez, Celia Rose Gooding, Frankie Grande, and more.
The private presentation stars Elle McLemore, Khamary Rose, Leanne Antonio, Sam Gravitte, and more.
The gala will feature performances from new 2022-23 Broadway and Off-Broadway productions.
Presented with Columbia University School of the Arts, the producing fellowship focuses on increasing diversity on Broadway.
Dick Scanlan will direct the readings of Sharleen Cooper Cohen's new play.
The new program supports diverse early-career playwrights.
Eugene Lee, Dede Ayite, Michael Curry, and the late Fred Voelpel were all originally selected to be honored in 2020.
Broadway, Off-Broadway, and regional talent will helm presentations for the 34th Annual Festival of New Musicals.
Also, watch the Tony-winning veteran actor's reaction as he sees the refurbishment of the theatre for the first time.
The tribute to the award-winning East Harlem native will be marked September 17 with a five-hour event.
The name change comes with a $47 million restoration and expansion of the former Cort Theatre.
The networking opportunity will be held in-person and virtually.
Archives of the two photographers' works at New York Public Library for the Performing Arts were recently made available to the public.
The free arts training program endeavors to increase arts education throughout the Disabled community.
Erich Bergen led the tribute, which included the orchestra's rendition of "God Save the Queen."
Amy Anders Corcoran directs the musical penned by Melvin Tunstall III and Greg Dean Borowsky.
Early bidding is now open for the annual fundraiser for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.
The screen-to-stage musical recently completed a world premiere engagement in Chicago.
The events celebrating the late composer-lyricist will feature John Weidman, Jeanine Tesori, Jason Robert Brown, Amanda Green, and Tom Kitt.
Rosenberg has held leadership positions at San Diego’s La Jolla Playhouse and, currently, Princeton’s McCarter Theatre Center.
The musical features country hits from Florida Georgia Line, Kenny Chesney, Miranda Lambert, Dolly Parton, Little Big Town, Keith Urban, and more.
The financial grant program awards grants to early-career designers.
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