Written by: Michael Paulson
Written by: Laura Collins-Hughes
“Prometheus Firebringer” and “Bioadapted” test the waters, while the abstract “Psychic Self Defense” is a warm and pulsing counterpoint.
Seated behind a plain wooden table, the theater maker Annie Dorsen is not costumed to catch our gaze, or lit dramatically. In the performance-lecture that is her A.I.-focused show “Prometheus Firebringer,” at the Polonsky Shakespeare Center in Brooklyn, you might assume she’d be the boring part.
Written by: Andrew Gans
The concerts, also featuring stars from & Juliet, Harmony, Here Lies Love, and more, will be held in Manhattan and the Bronx.
Broadway Forever, a series of free pop-up concerts and community service opportunities, will return for a second year with events in Manhattan and the Bronx.
Written by: Talaura Harms
Gutenberg! The Musical! on Broadway Will Offer Rush, Digital Lottery, and Standing Room Tickets. Find out how to get the cheapest tickets to the two-hander starring Josh Gad and Andrew Rannells.
Written by: Playbill Staff
National Hispanic Heritage Month begins September 15, but celebrations are starting early with the concert ¡Viva! Broadway: Aquí y Allá (Here and There). “I celebrate my Hispanic heritage all year long with the food I cook, the music I listen to, and the fantastic conversations I have in Spanish with friends and family,” says Broadway actor Andréa Burns, before asking, “How will you spend it?”
Written by: Yoanna Nikolova, Jeffrey Vizcaino
Well, someone tell me when is it my turn?! With three major shifts this month, September has a lot in store from work to family. As the Fall creeps in, find out which Broadway show-stopper you’ll relate to this Virgo season.
Written by: Julia Jacobs