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ByAmanda Marie Miller
August 4, 2022
It’s time to pack your bags for Neverland! An all-new production of the Tony-winning classic Peter Pan will premiere at the Ordway Center for the Performing Arts in Saint Paul, MN this December before launching a national tour in February 2024 at the Hippodrome in Baltimore, MD.
The musical, starring Ben Platt and Micaela Diamond, begins previews February 21 at the Jacobs Theatre.
Tony nominee Grey Henson will join the company of Shucked as a Storyteller when the new musical begins previews on Broadway at the Nederlander Theatre on March 8, 2023. The musical features a book by Tony winner Robert Horn (Tootsie), a score by Grammy winners Brandy Clark and Shane McAnally.
The star has been in the Wicked family for over 13 years, having been a standby and tour lead for Elphaba in the past.
The production reunites the Broadway star with director Michael Longhurst at Donmar Warehouse.
The Tony-winning revival is set to visit over 25 cities across the 2023-2024 theatrical season.
The winners will be revealed March 12 in a televised ceremony on ABC.
The breakout performer has been seen in Normal People and recently was cast in the film adaptation of Merrily We Roll Along.
The Scottish folk theatre fable previously played a 2017 engagement in the same space.
The bio-musical about Louis Armstrong will play in New Orleans and Chicago before heading to NYC.
Emma Donoghue’s book follows a kidnapped young woman and her son, born in captivity, as they hatch an escape.
The musical begins previews March 9 at the Vivian Beaumont Theatre.
The '90s-set romantic comedy will premiere this spring on the streaming service.
A release date, setting, and casting have been revealed for the Apple TV+ musical series.
Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley’s Stars in the House for Climate Action will raise money for the Broadway Green Alliance.
Atlantic Theater Company is presenting the stage work, featuring a score by Adam Guettel and a book by Craig Lucas.
Rachel Leigh Cook stars in the first American film entirely shot in Vietnam.
The winners will be announced later this year, with a number of theatre and Broadway adjacent projects scoring nods.
The solo show was previously seen at Edinburgh Fringe and Soho Theatre in London.
The Ted Lasso Emmy winner will emcee the April 2 celebration of London theatre.
Trip Cullman directs the musical, beginning previews February 28 in Los Angeles.
The musical, about the rise and fall of Filipino First Lady Imelda Marcos, features a score by David Byrne and Fatboy Slim.
The Public Theater’s annual summer theatre presentation begin June 8 at the Delacorte Theatre.
The beloved gal-pal action road trip movie premiered in 1991, starring Susan Surandon and Sheena Davis as two friends who find themselves dealing with the worst type of men possible from assailants to con men to cops.
McKenzie Kurtz is set to join the Broadway company of Wicked as Glinda beginning Tuesday, February 14. The Jimmy Award and University of Michigan alum was recently seen as Anna in Frozen on Broadway and the North American Tour, Penelope in Trading Places, and the Star-to-Be in “Annie Live!” On NBC.
The star will take over as Audrey at the Westside Theatre in February, opposite the current Seymour, Tony winner Matt Doyle.
The musical is inspired by a teenage Holocaust victim, whose diaries were found in 2006.
The musical, featuring an updated score by Lin-Manuel Miranda and John Kander, begins previews March 24 at the St. James Theatre with an opening night set for April 26.
The Tony winner and Tina Landau are collaborating on the project, set to premiere in the 2023-2024 season.
The musical begins performances February 16, starring Bradley Gibson and Isabelle McCalla.
The production will play at Paper Mill Playhouse in 2023, with James Monroe Iglehart and Shuler Hensley also announced to the cast.
The Olivier-nominated comedy is heading for the Barrymore Theatre in the spring.
The Warren Carlyle-directed production begins Februrary 19 at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles.
The Jason Robert Brown musical played at New York City Center November 1-6
A local school board shut down the play, claiming the subject matter was inappropriate. Students and theatre community members say the decision is wrong and should be reversed.
The play, based on the memoir by Larry Sultan and adapted by Sharr White, will play at Studio 54.
The Kennedy Center production will run February 1-8 in Washington, D.C. for a limited engagement.
The musical begins performances February 19 at La Jolla Playhouse.
The musical, starring Josh Groban and Annaleigh Ashford, begins previews February 26 at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre.
The Broadway revival from the Jamie Lloyd Company begins previews in February at the Hudson Theatre.
The play by James Ijames offers a queer, joyous examination of family and legacy.
The revival of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s rock opera was last seen at New York City Center in 2019.
The Andrew Lloyd Webber musical begins previews February 17, 2023, at the Imperial Theatre.
The 76th annual Tony Awards will celebrate the best of Broadway during the 2022-2023 season.
Performances will begin March 3, 2023, at the Off-Broadway venue.
Sam Morrison’s meditation on grief-through-humor will play at the SoHo Playhouse.
Jonathan Groff, Lindsay Mendez, and Daniel Radcliffe will star in the Stephen Sondheim-George Furth musical.
The Broadway production of Ain’t No Mo’ is set to extend for an additional seven performances and now close on Friday, December 23, 2022 at the Belasco Theatre. Following sold-out crowds and a social campaign to #SaveAintNoMo, the production, which is written by and stars Jordan E. Cooper, will now at time of closing played 22 previews and 29 performance.
The stage-to-screen adaptation will be directed by Lisa Cholodenko.
The film will stream on Paramount+ with a release date to be announced.
Each will receive a $100,000 prize, given annually to writers in the early-to-mid stage of their careers for artistic excellence.
The Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler musical begins previews February 26 at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre.
The new musical from Michael R. Jackson will begin previews March 14, 2023, at the Tony Kiser Theatre.
The movie is set to be released as two parts in 2024 and 2025, with Cynthia Erivo as Elphaba and Ariana Grande as Glinda.
Doug Wright’s play stars Sean Hayes as famed TV personality Oscar Levant.
The news comes shortly after the musical opened at the Circle in the Square Theatre.
The Broadway musical that opened on November 27 at Circle in the Square Theatre will close this weekend. After the matinee performance on Sunday, December 11, KPOP will have played 44 preview performances and 17 regular performances.
Tony winners Montego Glover, Stephanie J. Block, and Gavin Creel will reprise their Broadway roles, along with Sebastian Arcelus, Katy Geraghty, Kennedy Kanagawa, and more.
The modern-day fairy tale will feature the Princess of Pop’s greatest hits.
The annual education summit for musical theatre students and their teachers will be held January 13-15.
The beloved musical takes characters from The Wizard of Oz and centers the story in a celebration of Black culture.
The longest-running play in the world is finally coming to NYC after 70 years in London.
The Broadway favorites earned nominations for their work in movies that premiered in the past year.
The beloved production from Alexander Wright will play at the Park Central Hotel, with a transformed space evoking the roaring ‘20s of F. Scot Fitzgerald’s seminal novel.
Similar to the West End production, the show will partner with several organizations to educate students about consent and sexual assault.
The star has been playing the role of Fanny Bryce since September at the August Wilson Theatre.
The musical will be presented at the Broadhurst Theatre in December.
The Jamie Lloyd production of Ibsen’s seminal drama will begin performances in 2023.
The Disney+ documentary follows the Tony winner as she prepares for a concert at Madison Square Garden.
My So-Called High School Rank chronicles the popularity of a high school musical, called Ranked, created by Kyle Holmes and David Taylor Gomes.
The musical celebrates the famed choreographer’s impact on theatre and dance.
The remaining original Broadway cast members recently announced their departure. The show is currently playing at the newly named Lena Horne Theatre.
Benj Pasek and Justin Paul wrote several original songs for the new holiday movie musical.
The stars of Broadway will take over 34th Street during the 96th annual parade broadcast on NBC November 24.
Led by Hugh Jackman and Sutton Foster, the musical is currently playing at the Winter Garden Theatre.
The Off-Broadway solo play, directed by John Lithgow, opened October 13 at the DR2.
The revival of Lerner and Loewe’s musical, with an updated book by Aaron Sorkin, will open in spring 2023 at the Vivian Beaumont Theater.
The stars will play opposite Paul Bettany and Jeremy Pope as Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat, respectively. Performances begin November 29 at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre.
The musical hails from the West End, where it was a critically-acclaimed box office smash. Dates and a theatre have also been revealed.
The star most recently played Jamie in the Tony-winning revival of Company on Broadway.
The musical features additional music and lyrics by Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda. Susan Stroman choreographs and directs.
The Oscar nominee returns to the NYC theatre scene in Roundabout Theatre Company’s production of Anna Ziegler’s play.
See who’s joining Audra McDonald, Bryce Pinkham, and Lizan Mitchell when Adrienne Kennedy’s play debuts at the James Earl Jones Theatre.
A NYC revival of The Sign in Sidney Brustein’s Window will play in 2023. Anne Kauffman directs.
The movie adaptation of the hit musical arrives Christmas Day on Netflix.
The Off-Broadway musical parodies James Cameron’s Oscar-winning film, Titanic. It is told through the lens of pop superstar Céline Dion.
Michael R. Jackson’s exploration of the Black queer male experience won countless awards for its catchy music and eye-opening dialogue.
The play from Jordan E. Cooper begins previews November 3 at the Belasco Theatre.
Eboni Booth’s new play will be presented by Roundabout Theatre Company.
They join previously announced stars Ben Platt and Micaela Diamond for the Jason Robert Brown musical. Performances are scheduled for November 1-6.