Surflight Theatre, under the leadership of executive director Ken Myers, kicks off its season with the 1920s musical comedy The Boy Friend, beginning May 25 in New Jersey.
After two seasons the NBC musical series "Smash" takes its final bow May 26. Before the cast sings their 11 o'clock number, Playbill.com has put together a collection of some of our favorite musical and dramatic moments from the series.
The 67th Annual Tony Awards are just a few weeks away. Playbill.com is getting in the spirit with our annual Tony Awards ballot, which lets theatre fans keep track of Broadway's big night from home.
When the Playbill Vault launched in December 2011, it included information on over 10,000 shows and 120,000 actors, creative teams and crew members who have worked or are currently working on Broadway. And, new content is added daily.
Playbill.com's series features actors commenting on their recent theatregoing experiences, what productions they're looking forward to and more. Here, via email, we hear from singing actor Marcus Neville, who plays George in the Tony-nominated Best Musical Kinky Boots.
Tony Award winner Jason Robert Brown not only directed the Second Stage Theatre revival of his two-person musical The Last Five Years, but on the show's final day, he joined the orchestra to accompany Adam Kantor and Betsy Wolfe as they told the story of a couple falling in and out of love. Brown chatted with Playbill.com about the experience.
Playbill.com's weekly planner reminds you that Michael Douglas is Liberace… Shakespeare in the Park begins… John Malkovich seduces the ladies as Casanova… and President Obama names Carole King the first female to win the Gershwin Prize! It's a Memorial Day holiday weekend this WEEK AHEAD.
The Kennedy Center's production of Ferenc Molnár's The Guardsman, featuring a new literal translation by Richard Nelson, begins a limited engagement at the famed DC venue May 25.
The limited engagement of Wendy Beckett's new play, Love Therapy, which officially opened at the DR2 Theatre April 29 following previews that began April 20, plays its final performances at the Off-Broadway venue May 25 at 2 PM and 8 PM.
Getting acting tips from Kevin Kline while attending a Knicks game was not something Matt Sax expected when he was a teenager. Nor did he expect to cross paths with Kline again 14 years later at the Public Theater, where he is mounting his first musical and Kline is revisiting one of his most famous roles.
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