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Shepherding the Show: A Day in the Life of
’s Stage Manager
By Marc J. Franklin | 05/17/2020
With the announcement of upcoming release of the filmed stage production, take an exclusive look at what it takes to keep the Tony Award-winning hit musical running eight performances a week.
Halloween on Broadway
22 Broadway-Inspired Costumes for You To Make This Halloween
By Ruthie Fierberg |
Cheap and simple ideas for theatre fans—whether you’re going solo or as a group.
20 Secrets Behind the Scenic Designs for
, and More
By Ruthie Fierberg | 06/28/2018
Tony Award-winning designer Eugene Lee reveals the inspirations behind and histories of his work for Broadway and
Saturday Night Live
Close-Up on Catherine Zuber’s Lush
My Fair Lady
By Ruthie Fierberg | 06/03/2018
The 2018 Tony-nominated costume designer reveals the secret story hidden in the wardrobe of the Lincoln Center Theater revival.
Inside the Tony-Winning Costume Design of Broadway’s
The Phantom of the Opera
By Ruthie Fierberg | 01/28/2018
The secrets behind Maria Björnson’s intricate designs, how they have evolved over the last 30 years, and why the iconic Phantom mask covers only half his face.
Take a Rare 360-Degree Glimpse at the Set of Roundabout’s
The Last Match
By Ruthie Fierberg | 12/06/2017
Scenic designer Tim Mackabee gives us a tour of the set that evokes the U.S. Open’s famed Arthur Ashe Stadium.
Inside Tech Rehearsal for
SpongeBob SquarePants, The Broadway Musical
By Marc J. Franklin | 11/30/2017
Dear Evan Hansen
projection designer Peter Nigrini brings his expertise to building Bikini Bottom—and invites Playbill for a rare look behind the scenes!
How Did Julie Taymor Come Up With the Mask Designs for Each
By Ruthie Fierberg | 11/01/2017
The Tony-winning director and costume designer reveals the one-word ideograph that allowed her to translate animated characters into captivating onstage creatures.
Dear Evan Hansen
’s Colton Ryan Gets Fit
By Ruthie Fierberg | 09/23/2017
The actor, who has stepped in for the demanding title role, walks us through the workout routine that keeps him healthy.
The Must-See Broadway Art ‘Gallery’ Hidden in the Heart of Times Square
By Ruthie Fierberg | 09/20/2017
With paintings inspired by
In The Heights
, and more, the Wall of Fame at Tony’s Di Napoli Italian restaurant is a treasure trove of original Broadway art like you’ve never seen before.
6 Perfect Combinations of Cast Albums and Activities from the 2016–2017 Broadway Season
By Felicia Fitzpatrick | 07/07/2017
Hear this. Do that.
Where Should You Sit to See
Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812
By Playbill Staff | 05/18/2017
With a different view from every angle, here’s your guide to picking the best seat for the experience you want.
: Hilary Knight’s Iconic Broadway Posters
By Matt Smith | 05/11/2017
The famed illustrator puts his working collection on display in
Hilary Knight’s Stage Struck World
at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts.
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