performing arts

Starring Jeanna de Waal as the "People's Princess," the show boasts a Tony Award-winning creative team.
Queen Latifah and Shaggy are on board as Ursula and Sebastian for the network's first live-action TV musical.
A power shortage forced thousands of people into the streets of Manhattan. Then the singing began.
Anaïs Mitchell's folk opera smash surprised no one by taking home the Best Musical award on Broadway's biggest night.
"Hadestown" and "Ain't Too Proud" lead the nominations heading into the star-studded ceremony.
The Tony Award nominee hopes starring in David Yazbek's musical adaptation of the 1982 film will impact a future generation of performers.
James Corden will return as host for the 73rd annual ceremony in June.
The actor drew on author Harper Lee's real-life friendship with Truman Capote in his portrayal of the young Dill Harris.
The Tony-nominated actor says legendary designer's "shimmer" has impacted him both on- and offstage.
Carvens Lissaint, once homeless, now stars in one of the biggest hits in Broadway musical history. It hasn't insulated him from racism.
The composer of "The View UpStairs" returns to the stage with “Existential Life Crisis Lullaby.”
The play is set during the 2008 Democratic presidential race that she lost to Barack Obama.
Simon was the recipient of numerous honors for his work, including four Tony Awards and the Pulitzer Prize.
The choreographer says The Go-Go's musical is his most personal, queer-inclusive show.
The "Smokey Joe's Cafe" star believes a recent review made her a "sacrificial 'fat' lamb."
The actor hopes his roles in "Annie" and "The Prom" encourage fans to fight for what's right.
In revisiting our past, the play shows not how far LGBTQ people have come but rather how far we still have to go.
Not all queer stories need happy endings. But in the "Love, Simon" era, pessimistic stereotypes are little more than weightless relics.