The Aldous Huxley novel is receiving an adaptation with a book by Ben Andron, music by John McDaniel and Jonnie Rockwell, and lyrics by Bill Russell.
Joe Barros will direct the musical penned by Aaron Morrill.
Margaret Vandenburg's satire kicks off a week of theatrical action in defense of abortion rights.
Michael Kevin Baldwin directs the evening at Connecticut's Sharon Playhouse.
Lauren Patten, Kristine Nielsen, Catherine Cohen, and recently Tony-nominated Gabby Beans lead the cast.
The work will follow the friendship between Algonquin Round Table members Dorthy Parker and Robert Benchley.
The new work is presented as a free public reading.
The new musical features a book and lyrics by Christine Toy Johnson with music and lyrics by Jason Ma.
Devanand Janki will direct the reading at New York's Rhinebeck Writers Retreat.
Co-conceived by Navarro and Obie winner Orlando Pabotoy, the musical honors Filipino frontline healthcare workers.
Discovering Broadway Inc. will host a writers retreat and the culminating concert of the in-development musical.
Audible Theater is donating proceeds to the Boys and Girls Clubs of America.
Directed by Marc Bruni, the new work will have a reading this summer at New York Stage and Film.
Performances will take place at the Guggenheim as part of its Works & Process performing arts series.
Andrus Nichols directs Kate Hamill's adaptation of the Nathaniel Hawthorne novel.
Elena Araoz directs Dillon Feldman's new musical.
The musical follows a young girl who uses writing to cope with the crushing news of her mother's terminal cancer diagnosis.
Kia Corthron's Sam's Coming will reopen the staged reading program.
The David Ruttura-directed musical includes music and lyrics by Gaby Alter and a book by Josh Billig.
Matt Dahan and Kelly D'Angelo have been developing Starry since 2017.
The festival will feature work from playwrights Audley Puglisi, Will Brumley, Emma Horwitz, and Jeesun Choi.
The new play from Andrew Stein explores what technology can do for people's happiness, and if humanity should pursue it.
Lourds Lane's SuperYou tells the story of a comic book artist whose characters come to life
The theatre company is inaugurating two developmental initiatives.
Anna Miriam Brown's new musical reimagines the story of Jesus.
The new musical includes music and lyrics by Gaby Alter and a book by Josh Billig.
The cast for the London reading will include Marc Elliott, Celine Schoenmaker, Kaisa Hammarlund, Abiona Omonua, and more.
The three-day festival returns to the Connecticut venue with three new women-penned works following its 2021 cancellation.
The staged reading at Westport Country Playhouse also features Broadway alums Joi Danielle Price and Stacie Morgain Lewis.
Off-Broadway's York Theatre Company presents the new musical satirizing bio-jukebox musicals.
Alex Boniello, Nicholas Edwards, Nyla Watson, and more will be part of the cast of the new musical.
The League will present two contemporary Ukrainian plays to benefit CARE’s Ukraine Crisis Fund.
Written by Gabe Caruso and Sangwoo 'Simon' Lee, the work is about the concept of family and the American foster care system.
Red Bull Theater will livestream its benefit reading of Margaret Cavendish's 17th-century play.
The in-person and streaming presentation will feature choreographers Angela Nicole Patmon, Courtney Laine Self, and Zanza Steinberg.
The cast for the play's first industry reading will include Sean Allan Krill and Samantha Massell.
The Bright Star songwriter has written a new musical inspired by her experience living through a 2018 false alarm nuclear missile alert in Hawaii.
The new musical from Matthew Lopez, Amber Ruffin, Marc Shaiman, and Scott Wittman is aiming for a fall Broadway bow.
Allen MacLeod will direct the industry presentation of David Jonathan Glass’ new play.
Playwrights will include Jonathan Spector, Vivian J. O. Barnes, Ife Olujobi, and Sharyn Rothstein.
A presentation of the show will play at Institute of American Musical Theatre next month.
Agnes Borinsky's remix of the Biblical poem will play at El Puente's Williamsburg Leadership Center.
The theatre has partnered with Dublin's Fishamble theatre company on a new program.
The new work celebrates Black trans and gender non-conforming artists.
Based on the theatre-centric NBC series, the project was first confirmed to be in development in May 2020.
The Lyons playwright will also direct his latest work.
The musical has a book and lyrics by Lissa Levin and music by Ron Abel.
Tony nominee Carmen Cusack will star in an upcoming workshop production.
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