Broadway Podcast Network presents ‘As the Curtain Rises,’ a streaming soap opera featuring some of our favorite Broadway performers.
Jewelle Blackman, Yvette Gonzalez-Nacer, and Kay Trinidad reunite for this unique holiday album, which also features guest vocals by the entire Broadway company.
The Philadelphia-based director-choreographer’s latest project, “Gunnar Montana’s Basement,” promises grown-up thrills, chills and palpitating choreography.
Radio plays were the rage in the 1920s, and now audio dramas return, with new productions of “Dracula,” “Macbeth,” and “A Christmas Carol.”
Broadway star Jennifer Holliday turns 60. Here’s what she has to say about decades of performing, working with Michael Bennett, and becoming an LGBTQ icon.
The 2020 Tony Award nominations have been announced, with ‘Jagged Little Pill’ leading the pack with 15 nominations and ‘Slave Play’ with 12.
Tony Award Productions announces the nominations for American Theatre Wing’s 74th Annual Tony Awards!
Broadway vet Julie Halston goes viral with “Virtual Halston,” a hilarious new talkshow with some of the theater’s most notable performers.
A video tribute in memory of lighting designer Howell Binkley will be available for streaming beginning October 25. Binkley designed 52 Broadway shows.
Dates for each returning and new Broadway show will be announced as individual productions determine the performance schedules for their respective shows.
Watch Patti LuPone and Randy Rainbow in this hilarious Donald Trump parody of “If Momma Was Married” from “Gypsy.”
Just in time for Halloween, Poisedon Theatre Company will release a limited audio series, ‘DRAMA – an aural experience’ by Jeffrey James Keyes.
Don’t miss these in-depth conversations with theater artists, hosted by Eric Ostrow with co-hosts John-Andrew Morrison and Daphne Rubin-Vega.
‘Everybody’s Talking About Jamie’ As previously reported, the Olivier Awards will return on October 25, albeit in a pandemic-proportion format, but there’s plenty more happening…
Is ‘Othello’ one of your favorite Shakespeare plays? Dig deeper with Red Bull Theater’s multi-program initiative, Othello 2020.
To celebrate National Latinx Heritage Month, Playbill and The Broadway League present a digital concert celebration “¡Viva Broadway! Hear Our Voices.”
While The Metropolitan Opera may have temporarily lowered the curtain on its full-scale productions for 2020, have no fear: opera is still here.
The Oliver Awards are scheduled for October 25, 2020, and will present an innovative approach to recognizing this year’s nominees and winners.
American Conservatory Theater adapts its holiday production of “A Christmas Carol” into a radio play for at-home audiences.
Stellar, a new live streaming service, hopes to offer a lifeline to producers and presenters.
The union representing more than 51,000 professional actors and stage managers in live theatre has endorsed Joe Biden for president.
Heidi Schreck’s award-winning play, ‘What the Constitution Means to Me,” heads to Amazon Prime this October, directed by Marielle Heller.
Tony and Emmy winner Billy Porter will direct the 1997 musical “The Life” as part of New York City Center’s Encores! series.
By Matthew Wexler Of the many industries impacted by COVID-19, live performance has been hit particularly hard, with theaters and live music venues abruptly shuttered…
Vinny DePonto brings his evening of “mind control,” predictions and thought readings to a live performance created specially for online audiences.