The Stephen Sondheim-James Goldman musical will begin performances June 30.
The honor includes a grant of $25,000.
The process will culminate with a group of stage and screen artists creating four original musicals.
See rehearsal photos from the production, featuring a cast of female, Non-binary, and Trans performers.
The venue previously housed the streaming production of the Pulitzer Prize-winning play Fat Ham.
Matt and Lewis will fall in love in the Jones-Harvey Schmidt musical at Flint Repertory Theatre.
Madhuri Shekar's new work, directed by Aneesha Kudtarkar, is playing Connecticut's Long Wharf before a transfer to New York City.
The production features a cast and creative team comprised of Deaf, hard of hearing, and hearing artists.
Jonathan Spector's new comedy will run through June 4.
The Shelley Butler-director work features stage favorites Lauren Pritchard and Heidi Blickenstaff.
The actors from the world premiere at Stages St. Louis took a trip to the Japanese Garden.
The West End production of Lolita Chakrabarti’s stage adaptation of Yann Martel’s book won five 2022 Olivier Awards.
The Frank Galati-helmed show opened April 23 at Florida's Asolo Repertory Theatre.
Anna Ouyang Moench's comedic feminist thriller has also announced a run at Willamstown this summer.
The musical will be one of three offerings in the Broadway Center Stage series, and the season will also include Norm Lewis in the tour of A Soldier's Play.
Among artists developing work are Leigh Silverman, Josh Radnor, and more.
The theatre festival has also announced Jimmy Naughton & Friends, an extension of Man of God, and casting for Most Happy in Concert.
Directed by Matt Kunkel, the show will feature choreography by Beth Crandall and music direction by Abdul Hamid Royal.
The jukebox musical featuring Meat Loaf and Jim Steinman's greatest hits has also announced a Las Vegas residency.
The production recreates Fosse's original Tony-winning choreography from the 1978 Broadway musical.
The new musical by Carson Kreitzer and Matt Gould made its world premiere at Williamstown in 2018.
A new production of the 1978 musical opened April 28.
Devanand Janki will direct the reading at New York's Rhinebeck Writers Retreat.
The new musical at New Jersey's George Street Playhouse stars Jackie Burns, Jonah Platt, and John Arthur Greene.
Mark Brokaw will direct the Douglas Carter Beane-Lewis Flinn musical at the Florida venue.
Michael Mayer directs the Boston world premiere, featuring choreography by Steven Hoggett and a book by Anthony McCarten.
Hartford Stage will present the musical comedy by John Leguizamo, Benjamin Velez, and David Kamp.
The company will also present the world premiere of a musical about abolitionist, orator, and statesman Frederick Douglass.
This season marks the notable summer theatre's return to in-person programming.
The Nicholas Sparks novel comes to the stage with a score by Ingrid Michaelson and a book by Bekah Brunstetter.
Lili-Anne Brown will direct the summer production with choreography by Breon Arzell at the St. Louis outdoor theatre.
Tony winner Wayne Cilento directs the seldom-produced work; the production re-creates Fosse's original, 1978 Tony-winning choreography.
Gordon Greenberg directs the Edward Albee classic at the California theatre, also featuring Graham Phillips and Aimee Carrero.
The S. Asher Gelman-directed production stars Noah Bridgestock, James Hayden Rodriguez, and Nathan Mohebbi.
Director Wayne Cilento's new production re-creates Fosse's original, 1978 Tony-winning choreography.
The Britta Johnson musical makes its Chicago premiere this summer.
The Cher jukebox bio musical will play the Maine theatre with Bob Mackie's Tony-winning Broadway costume design.
Winners will be announced in May during a virtual ceremony.
Song of Bernadette, featuring a book by Rinne B. Groff and lyrics by Robin Lerner, will have a developmental production in Wisconsin.
The Tony-winning regional theatre presents the play about a young man who survives a serious illness to find he may now have supernatural powers.
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.
The three are the first to be announced for the upcoming production.
Based on a true story, Private Gomer Jones centers on a deaf Welsh sniper in World War I.
The Frank Galati-helmed show opens April 23 at Florida's Asolo Repertory Theatre.
The premiere production is both written and co-directed by Rebeck.
Josh Azouz's horror comedy will begin at the Queens venue June 2.
The Broadway-aimed musical has also announced its design team ahead of the Boston world premiere.
The show, from the writers of Spring Awakening and The SpongeBob Musical, will make its world premiere at Houston's Alley Theatre.
The Sondheim musical comes to the St. Louis theatre this summer.
Jonathan Spector's new comedy begins previews May 11.
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