Ava DuVernay was honored with the Poitier-Belafonte Award for Cultural Activism at the February 12 event.
Plus, see producer Hillary Clinton visit the cast.
The Nicholas Sparks novel comes to New York February 10 with a score by Ingrid Michaelson and a book by Bekah Brunstetter.
Bowen Yang, Busy Philipps, Amy Sedaris, Michael R. Jackson, and more were all on hand for the special evening.
New character portraits offer a sneak peek at the stage musical adaptation of S.E. Hinton's novel and Francis Ford Coppola's film.
The Tony Award-winning play's return to Broadway means more now than ever before
The new Jason Robert Brown musical celebrated its opening with a starry special event February 5.
Colombian sex tourism and a life-size donkey factor into this new work from playwright Camilo Almonacid.
They've been a West End staple since they were 9 years old. Now they're getting ready for their Broadway debut.
They may seem like atypical choices for Sweeney and Mrs. Lovett, but they’re determined to prove you wrong.
After 16 years, the former Wicked actor is finally back on Broadway.
Tyne Daly, Zoe Kazan, and Quincy Tyler Bernstine will challenge the audience in the Broadway revival of John Patrick Shanley’s play.
From a Sondheim muse to a Beautiful composer-lyricist—happy birthday to Broadway's brightest born in February.
The duo recently concluded the Broadway run of the Anthony King and Scott Brown show.
The late performer was a Kennedy Center honoree, a Lifetime Achievement Tony recipient, and a received the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
The musical following Shakespeare's titular heroine as she gets a rewrite on her story reached the milestone on January 27.
The new David Yazbek, Erik Della Penna, and Itamar Moses musical follows a real-life outlaw whose dead body becomes a side-show attraction.
Several cast members took some time between shows in Los Angeles to pay Studio D a visit.
The piece, premiering this month, reunites the playwright with director Sam Mendes, who directed Butterworth's The Ferryman.
The two standbys are leading the show until February 8, and they've been able to put their own spin on the main characters.
Back on Broadway in the Purlie Victorious revival, the Tony winner recently joined the New York restaurant’s famed wall of caricatures.
Barry Manilow and Bruce Sussman's musical continues through February 4 at the Barrymore Theatre.
The production is the second in Irish Rep's Friel Project, presenting three of Brian Friel's plays set in the fictional Irish town of Ballybeg.
The musical, based on Thornton Wilder’s The Matchmaker, first premiered at the St. James Theatre January 16, 1964.
Test your knowledge of theatre actors and animated films?
Bartlett Sher is directing the new play by J.T. Rogers about a phone-hacking scandal in the British news media.
See new and official artwork for The Notebook, Doubt, An Enemy of the People, and more.
Happy birthday to Broadway's brightest born in the first month of the year—from an upcoming Emcee to a Queen Bee.
From Scott Foley coming in with bread to a Hamlet dance party, Playbill's photo team provides some behind-the-lens stories from this year.
A behind-the-pages look on how a Playbill is put together.
The exploration of sex in the face of death and gender transition is directed by Em Weinstein.
The evening honoring producer Robert Greenblatt was held at The Plaza Hotel.
See photos of some of the lucky fans with Nick Fradiani, current star of the Neil Diamond biomusical.
The Bret Adams and Paul Reisch Foundation gave out the honors at a December 4 ceremony.
The new lineup of principal queens will take over this week.
Tyne Rafaeli directs the new Jen Silverman play about the art of propaganda.
From a Divine Dolly to a Baker's Wife, Playbill is popping the cork for all the December Broadway birthdays.
Cast members Fantasia Barrino, Corey Hawkins, Danielle Brooks, Taraji P. Henson, and more came together to celebrate the film in the lead up to its public premiere.
Freya Catrin Smith and Jack Williams were honored at the November 27 ceremony at the American Airlines Theatre.
The "naughty" take on the holiday ballet features burlesque dancers, circus artists, and more.
Behind Sweet Hospitality Group, which introduced the souvenir cup and the show-themed cocktails to Broadway. Plus, show-inspired drink recipes you can enjoy at home!
The actor joined the New York restaurant’s famed wall of caricatures November 17
The musical follows Shakespeare's titular heroine as she gets a rewrite on her story, infused with pop anthems from Grammy winner Max Martin.
Sarah O’Connor and Laura Pick lead the cast as Glinda and Elphaba, respectively.
The three-time Tony winner was honored at the Off-Broadway company's 31st Oscar Hammerstein Gala November 13.
The November 13 gala evening honored producer Jeffrey Richards.
Aubrey Plaza and Christopher Abbott star in the revival of John Patrick Shanley's play at the Lucille Lortel Theatre.
The fifth annual event, sponsored by Gilead Sciences, benefited Broadway Cares.
Amber Ruffin hosted the star-studded ACLU and NYCLU benefit.
Five-time Tony winner George C. Wolfe directs the film, executive-produced by Barack and Michelle Obama.
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