Broadway favorites Christy Altomare, Derek Klena, and Justin Guarini performed at the event aimed at establishing a museum honoring the late Broadway icon.
The program, co-founded by Taylor Louderman, celebrates emerging musical theatre writers.
Katona joins the organization after more than three decades as a theatre educator.
The new musical, currently playing Off-Broadway's Tony Kiser Theater, is based on the Jodi Picoult and Samantha van Leer novel.
The organization has also revealed this year's EdTA Award recipients.
The evening performance will feature pieces by Lynn Nottage, Arianna Afsar, Kenyatta Hughes, and more.
The theatre educators will be brought to New York City to work one-on-one with Broadway professionals.
The development professional was instrumental in creating and funding programs that have shaped the lives of thousands of students and teachers nationwide.
The event will welcome attendees both in person and virtually.
Kate Reinders hosted the in-person and live-streamed ceremony celebrating high school musical theatre excellence at Broadway’s Minskoff Theatre June 27.
The initiative from the Educational Theatre Association, Disney Theatrical Group, and Music Theatre International will see schools competing for their state's exclusive performing rights to the Disney musical.
Kate Reinders hosts the in-person and live-streamed ceremony at Broadway’s Minskoff Theatre.
A filmed performance from the work's Off-Broadway premiere debuts on Disney+ June 24.
Set for Broadway's Minskoff Theatre June 27, the Jimmys recognize the best in high school musical theatre performers nationwide.
Take a look at the institutes of higher learning where this year's Tony winners studied.
See which works topped the list in a year that saw many theatre programs beginning to return to in-person performances.
The theatrical licensor was founded in 1952 by Guys and Dolls songwriter Frank Loesser and orchestrator Don Walker.
Jones-Koumba is the drama teacher at G.W. Carver Magnet High School in Houston, Texas.
The ceremony honoring New York City-area high school performers was held May 23.
The Shubert Foundation event also features Denée Benton, Jessica Hecht, Nathaniel Stampley, and more.
The Shubert Foundation event, set for May 23 at Broadway's Winter Garden, will also feature Denée Benton, Jessica Hecht, Nathaniel Stampley, and more.
Developed by Subplot Studio, the kits help schools and theatres promote their productions with customizable graphics and content designed expressly for social media platforms.
Part of the MTI Classroom initiative, the initial slate includes excerpts from Shrek, Something Rotten!, A Man of No Importance, and more.
The musical features a book by Tony winner John Caird, and a score by Tony nominee Paul Gordon.
Thirteen stage directors will receive fellowships, assistantships, and residencies.
Co-conceived by Navarro and Obie winner Orlando Pabotoy, the musical honors Filipino frontline healthcare workers.
The summer event connects theatre educators with Broadway professionals for interactive workshops, discussions, and more.
Current Plaza Suite stars Matthew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker will discuss the late playwright's legacy in a livestreamed event April 25.
The new release includes songs from Frozen, Seussical, Matilda, and more.
The move follows recent acquisitions of PlayScripts and Dramatists Play Service.
Created by Tony winner Jerry Mitchell and Paul Canaan, Choreography Guides teach the steps and intentions behind them with streaming videos.
The two-year fellowships include a full salary, benefits, and a slot on the creative team of a full production.
Taylor Louderman will host the annual concert featuring performances of her musical theatre songwriting contest's winning entries.
One school will be selected to receive a $5,000 grant and a feature in the licensing company's upcoming educational catalogue.
The weekend-long events in Atlanta and Sacramento celebrate everything youth theatre.
Live Out Loud: The Music of Andrew Lippa will feature songs from Big Fish, The Wild Party, The Addams Family, and You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown.
The program, founded by The Directors Company in 2020, provides financial scholarships to emerging Black theatre artists.
The toolkit details how students, educators, and administrators can balance free expression with the need to advance values of diversity, equity, inclusion.
Co-directed by Jennifer Shirley and Kevin Carillo, the work follows themes of connection and isolation.
The ticket initiative gives high school students the chance to see the show for free.
The 2014 musical features a book by Thomas Meehan and Sylvester Stallone, adapted from the latter's Oscar-nominated screenplay.
A $10,000 scholarship will be awarded to the winner of the competition.
Jar of Fat is an absurdist comedy about the close bond between two Korean American sisters.
The webinar will be led by veteran stage managers Narda E. Alcorn and Lisa Porter.
The partnership on the Keys + Kids Grant will support students at Q252 The Queens School of Inquiry.
The program works to effect systemic change in the theatrical training pipeline with scholarships and grants.
Broadway On Demand will stream the second annual festival in accordance with its hybrid structure.
The theatrical titans discuss Company, Candide, the then still in–development Pacific Overtures, and more.
Eight paid interns will be selected for a first-of-its-kind collaboration between BTU, CUNY, Serino Coyne, AKA, RPM, and Situation Interactive.
The new production resource will make it easier to produce some of the theatrical licensor's most popular shows.