Playbill is the pre-eminent destination for all things theatre and has been an internationally known symbol of the arts since 1884. Icreon designed and developed the Playbill Memory Bank website.

Playbill is the pre-eminent destination for all things theatre and has been an internationally known symbol of the arts since 1884. Icreon designed and developed the Playbill Memory Bank website.

Finding Neverland, a 2015 Broadway Musical, winner of Audience Choice Award Favorite New Musical and Favorite Leading Actor in a Musical, Matthew Morrison.

Finding Neverland, a 2015 Broadway Musical, winner of Audience Choice Award Favorite New Musical and Favorite Leading Actor in a Musical, Matthew Morrison.

Which Broadway Musical Should You Actually See This Season?| You got: Les Misérables | If you want to see a classic Broadway show filled with unbelievable vocals and a heartbreaking story, make sure to see Les Misérables!

Which Broadway Musical Should You Actually See This Season?

Which Broadway Musical Should You Actually See This Season?| You got: Les Misérables | If you want to see a classic Broadway show filled with unbelievable vocals and a heartbreaking story, make sure to see Les Misérables!

Connection: Music from the Off-Broadway Play [CD]

Connection: Music from the Off-Broadway Play [CD]

Current Broadway play “Sweat” has scored playwright Lynn Nottage her second Pulitzer Prize for Drama, with the award this year going to a show that has proven a timely look at a group o…

Lynn Nottage Wins Her Second Pulitzer Prize for Broadway’s ‘Sweat’

Current Broadway play “Sweat” has scored playwright Lynn Nottage her second Pulitzer Prize for Drama, with the award this year going to a show that has proven a timely look at a group o…

This Day in History: Mae West is Sentenced to 10 Days in Prison for Writing, Directing, and Performing in the Broadway Play “Sex”

This Day in History: Mae West is Sentenced to 10 Days in Prison for Writing, Directing, and Performing in the Broadway Play “Sex”

They discuss the Broadway play, "Seminar," with actors Alan Rickman, Lily Rabe, and Hamish Linklater, and the playwright Theresa Rebeck. "Theater Talk" Jan 13, 2012 with series producer Susan Haskins and Michael Riedel

They discuss the Broadway play, "Seminar," with actors Alan Rickman, Lily Rabe, and Hamish Linklater, and the playwright Theresa Rebeck. "Theater Talk" Jan 13, 2012 with series producer Susan Haskins and Michael Riedel

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