The Piano Lesson and Color Purple star is using her multi-hyphenate career as a producer-actor to make theatre more equitable.
The Cost of Living star is the first actor who's an amputee to be on Broadway, but she's ready for more accessibility
Foley is currently in The Thanksgiving Play and Malina is in Leopoldstadt.
His play Ain’t No Mo’ closed early on Broadway, but now it’s one of the most-nominated plays of the season.
How the Schitt’s Creek and & Juliet writer went from Broadway, to TV, to Broadway again.
The playwright, along with the show's star Marcel Spears, talk about turning the Shakespeare classic on its head.
Movement director Finn Caldwell shares the puppetry tricks that transform bits of foam into a real tiger.
The Tony winner, and star of Kimberly Akimbo, launches Playbill's new series, How Did I Get Here?
The self-professed Mashup Queen prepares for her upcoming Authenticity concert at Lincoln Center and reflects on the last couple of years.
She is the first Black actor to play the role of Nessarose full-time on Broadway.
The Tony winner joined the cast of the musical he directed and choreographed in a true understudy-to-the-rescue moment.
The two-time Tony nominee also explains how his ancestors actually worked with William Shakespeare.
The three-time Tony nominee talks to Playbill about playing two different roles this season, and why her favorite will always be Parade.
The two star alongside Donna Murphy as the three madwomen trying to save the world in the underrated Jerry Herman musical.
The playwright/actor has cerebral palsy and is proud of his identity as a "disabled person." And he's telling his story at Off-Broadway's Public Theater.
Directors Lear deBessonet, Josh Rhodes, and Chay Yew discuss how directing Encores! is like an episode of Scooby Doo.
Choreographers Christine Colby Jacques and Corinne McFadden Herrera talk about bringing the 1978 work back to Broadway.
Reich makes his New York debut as a narcissistic millennial in his show Literally Who Cares, playing Off-Broadway after sold-out Fringe and London runs.
The two actors share the role of Max Ritvo in Sarah Ruhl’s autobiographical play Letters from Max: a ritual.
PBS will air the Black Broadway: Proud History, Limitless Future concert, featuring Bleu, along with fellow Broadway stars Norm Lewis, Peppermint, Stephanie Mills, and more.
And no, the actor doesn’t realize how popular his “El Tango de Roxane” is on TikTok.
The pianist continues her three-season Perspectives series at Carnegie Hall.
The performer reflects on the impact of her history-making run as Broadway's first Black actor to play Glinda full-time.
And that's why the clown master continues to work with Beckett's texts.
The two-time RuPaul’s Drag Race winner on why acting is a form of drag and why there should be more drag queens on Broadway
Chase has worked on 38 Broadway productions, including 16 Tony winners.
"Understudying ain't for the weak of heart, man."
And why success to him isn’t just high box-office grosses or a show that runs forever.
To the Tony winner, both Broadway works are about "how we make the donuts."
The Kimberly Akimbo actor is doing something radical with plus-size characters. She’s making them human.
The near-to-an-EGOT rapper is making his Broadway debut and wants to use this opportunity to inspire a love of theatre in young people.
The Broadway vet is next in the lineup for Bloomingdale's holiday cabaret series at the store's Studio 59.
Plus, the Ain't No Mo' playwright explains how he stays optimistic in dark times: laughter and Sondheim.
The three-time Tony nominee had representation on the mind while playing the narcissistic baddie in ABC's upcoming Beauty and the Beast: A 30th Celebration.
The two star as pop artists Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat in Anthony McCarten's play at Manhattan Theatre Club.
Obie winner Millan says Tom Stoppard's devastating, decades-spanning drama "feels like mandatory viewing at this moment."
The six-time Tony winner is adding a new character to her list of tragic heroines.
And they’ve been working hard to address them.
Playbill chats with the Tony winner about exposing her vulnerability in Which Way to the Stage?, premiering on Disney+ December 9.
The stage and screen star plays a salt truck driver in the new play from Will Arbery.
The Paradise Square Tony nominee stars opposite Emmy winner Jim Parsons in the Classic Stage Company production.
Warren Carlyle will direct and choreograph the Broadway-aimed revival of the Tony-nominated musical, reimagined by its creators, Marsha Norman and the late Lucy Simon.
Narayan, who currently stars in the all-Asian Off-Broadway production of A Delicate Balance, also recalls how he pranked Katrina Lenk in Company.
The pair tells us how they bring an unlikely love story to the stage in the new Jeanine Tesori-David Lindsay-Abaire musical.
And she has stories.
The two play competitive brothers in Suzan-Lori Parks' Pulitzer-winning Broadway play.
The Obie Award winner plays Grace in August Wilson's play, in a new production directed by LaTanya Richardson Jackson.
The director is now helming the Jason Robert Brown and Alfred Uhry musical at New York City Center.
How the new musical is about "female-identifying people having agency over their own bodies."
The Tony winner is one of the busiest designers in the industry, with 27 Broadway credits in the past 17 years.
on the stage,
not on websites.
Our website is made possible by
displaying online advertisements to our visitors.
Please consider supporting us by
whitelisting playbill.com with your ad blocker.