Use this checklist, effective through June 30, 2022, before heading to the theatre so you can sit back, relax, and enjoy the show.
This year's revival nominees include one Best Play winner and two productions that made their Broadway premieres this season.
The 2022 speakers look at some of the challenges facing the industry and offer plans for diversifying and investing in people and stories.
After a surprise career in musical theatre, the actor returns to Broadway in an American classic play.
The Mrs. Doubtfire star talks about stepping back into the show following a long hiatus.
"Be safe, cautious, and respectful, but don’t deprive yourself of the joy of live theatre. Theatre is therapy. Your healing is on Broadway."
Take a closer look at the Olivier winners, Off-Broadway favorites, and Oscar nominees who earned a Tony nomination for their first Broadway show.
“As a human being, I always enjoy Shakespeare. But as a young Black person, I didn’t always see myself reflected in it, and if I’m being completely transparent, sometimes it would feel like I wasn’t necessarily invited to.”
With the revival for colored girls..., Brown becomes the first Black woman to direct
and choreograph a Broadway production in six decades.
After a hit television series and now a Broadway debut, the performer talks about the work that motivates him.
McClure is currently nominated for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Musical.
The performer finds community through history in the new Broadway musical Paradise Square.
The two stars of Samuel D. Hunter’s new Off-Broadway play share insights and stories from their 17-year friendship.
Thornton Wilder’s The Skin of Our Teeth, now running at Lincoln Center Theater, follows The Antrobus family as they hold on to the will to live in the wake of catastrophe.
The ensemble cast of Michael R. Jackson’s meta musical share their experiences in the new Broadway musical.
A program of orchestral and choral works that reflect on racial violence and community healing will be presented at the Apollo on May 7.
"This piece validates all the colors and experiences of who we are … and by doing so, lets us know we are worthy of exploration…worthy of being seen…because we matter."
The Vagrant Trilogy’s Osh Ashruf, Dina El-Aziz, and Bassam Abdelfattah speak about the shift towards equitable theatre for Muslim artists and the path ahead.
The puzzle originally published in the April edition of Playbill's subscription magazine.
"It’s time for more of us to be in the room where it happens—where decisions are made and policies are created."
The original and current Mufasas, Simbas, and Nalas talk about the show and life on the road.
The actor takes on the Shakespeare classic after originating Hadestown’s Persephone.
Celebrate the Bard with some (out-of-context) stage directions applied to contemporary situations.
And the chance Parisian encounters that got her there.
The Broadway Applause Series Salutes Wicked.
The Tony Award honoree chats about finding balance in her ever-changing life ahead of her solo Audible concert, An Evening with Amber Iman, beginning April 21.
Doyle shares his favorite memory of Stephen Sondheim, how he tackles the tongue-twisting "Getting Married Today" each night, and more.
Meet a few of history's playwrights who questioned their place in the world (and the men who were running it.)
Rapp’s autobiographical one-man show is more than a sorrowful piece about death; it’s a celebration of the human experience.
The Tony-winning designer talks through some of the costume ideas for the current gender-swapped revival.
Baroud plays Clifford Bradshaw in the hit revival, recently the winner of seven Olivier Awards, including Best Musical Revival.
Andy Cohen will host the live event, starring Sri Ramesh, Roman Banks, Kristina Alabado, James Henry, and JJ Niemann.
The Tony and Oscar winning Emcee chats about his most meaningful role and status as "legend."
This week, Seth travels to Los Angeles to perform with Kelli O'Hara and dine with Ruthie Ann Miles and MaryAnn Hu.
Stage favorites chat about Broadway's triumphant reopening and Times Square's new 10-foot tall Playbills.
Beetlejuice’s new Lydia turns to the past for guidance on her return to Broadway.
Heredia is currently starring in the Pulitzer Prize-winning musical Next to Normal at Westport Country Playhouse.
These award-winning stars are old friends onstage and off.
Relax in the new grass with a memoir by Come From Away's Sharon Wheatley or perhaps an anthology of plays written and translated by Chinese playwright Stan Lai.
Clyde’s, Company, and other Broadway shows are employing “tattoo designers” to create custom ink for characters.
Stampley plays Reverend Samuel Jacob Lewis in the new musical at Broadway's Ethel Barrymore Theatre.
Theatre-focused puzzles are among the exclusive content available in Playbill's monthly subscription magazine.
Plan your own World Theatre Day celebration with a spread of Broadway-inspired recipes.
The organization's founder, Georgia Stitt, talks about gender parity for musicians in theatre and how theatres can institute change.
Original cast member Smith created the role of Hannah in the hit musical, which recently celebrated its fifth anniversary on Broadway.
Felicia Olusanya, Kwaku Fortune, Jade Jordan, and CN Smith discuss the Transatlantic Commissions Program co-headed by Irish Repertory Theatre.
Following the 2021 passing of the theatrical giant, a host of Broadway favorites reflected on the impact the legendary composer-lyricist had on their artistry.
The performer hopes the play sparks new conversations about a challenging subject.
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