Telling the story of Filipino First Lady Imelda Marcos, the musical features music by Grammy, Tony, and Oscar winner David Byrne and Grammy winner Fatboy Slim.
The Supporting Theater and Generating Economic Activity Act looks to stimulate the theatre industry with federal funding.
The rock music adaption will be produced in association with Philadelphia Theatre Company and Brooklyn Academy of Music.
Joe Rosario directs the Ruth Stage production of James McLure’s dark comedy.
The move will see the longtime president and producer relinquishing his duties overseeing the organization's business operations.
Leslie Epstein has adapted her 1979 novel for the stage, set to play HERE Arts Center this fall.
The stage and screen star was known for his embodiment of powerfully vulnerable leaders.
The competition celebrates women over 40 who are not entertainment professionals.
The musical comedy will hit movie theatres November 22.
These shows donated a portion of their ticket sales to the ETF. & Juliet and Back to the Future will also benefit the ECF with special performances in October.
The 23rd annual event is set for October 23 at Town Hall in New York City.
The play, directed by Matthew Dunster, follows a man returning home from America with a wife his family has never met.
The farce, from the creators of The Play That Goes Wrong, previously played Broadway's Ethel Barrymore.
A workshop of the new musical, featuring a book by screenwriters Josh Goldsmith and Cathy Yuspa, will be held in the U.K.
Newcomer Katerina McCrimmon stars as Fanny Brice in the U.S. tour of the Broadway revival.
The Oscar-winning film is coming to the stage in the U.K. in 2024 with Drew McOnie at the helm.
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