Williamstown Theatre Festival gives out the award on behalf of the Anna L. Weissberger Foundation.
The two will be joined by Broadway alums Emily Skinner, James T. Lane, and more.
The season, which will also feature three world premieres, launches in September with Lynn Nottage's Clyde's at the Chicago theatre.
Broadway alum Danny Gardner will play the early film star of The Hunchback of Notre Dame and The Phantom of the Opera.
Drew Fornarola will direct the Pulitzer Prize-winning Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine musical.
The Broadway-bound jukebox biomusical stars Mike Wartella and Christy Altomare.
The new work from the Pulitzer Prize finalist Dael Orlandersmith plays through May 1
The pair perform "Maybe", one of the duets shared between mother Diana and daughter Natalie, in the Tony winning musical.
The Former Secretary of State, NY Senator, and First Lady will be featured in the offstage role of The Giant.
Milwaukee Repertory presents the new work from the Pulitzer Prize finalist.
Yours, Stephen Sondheim will also feature the Chicago Symphony Orchestra conducted by Kevin Stites.
Emmy nominee Kenneth Ferrone directs with choreography by Sarah O’Gleby.
Artistic Director Daniel C. Levine directs the Andrew Lloyd Webber-Tim Rice musical.
Tony winner Kenny Leon will direct the new musical at Atlanta's Alliance Theatre.
Vendôme Pictures and Pathé Films have partnered with Deaf West Theatre to develop a new musical about the sole hearing member of a Deaf family.
The 2022-2023 season will also include Ragtime, Seven Guitars, Much Ado About Nothing, and more.
The new musical follows the challenges faced by three sisters from the Dominican Republic who start a new life in the United States.
The new musical is scheduled to begin performances April 26 at the New Jersey venue.
The new musical includes music and lyrics by Gaby Alter and a book by Josh Billig.
Donna Feore will direct the musical penned by Richard Oberacker and Robert Taylor at Seattle Rep.
The production blends the worlds of tabletop roleplay games and theatre to create an interactive experience.
The production features Broadway alum Saint Aubyn as one of two actors playing the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame–honored musician.
The Tony- and Pulitzer–winning show is currently playing on Broadway and West End, and in Melbourne, Australia.
The show features music and lyrics by Nolan Williams, Jr. and a book co-written by Williams with Nikkole Salter.
The three-day festival returns to the Connecticut venue with three new women-penned works following its 2021 cancellation.
Jovanni Sy, Alan H. Green and Tony nominee Kate Baldwin will also star in the adaption of the hit 1984 film at Stages St. Louis.
The Emmy-winning composer is aiming for a New York run with the musical comedy about "movies that should not be musicals."
Performances begin at Paper Mill Playhouse March 24.
The staged reading at Westport Country Playhouse also features Broadway alums Joi Danielle Price and Stacie Morgain Lewis.
Obie winner Stevie Walker-Webb directs R. Eric Thomas' new play, a contemporary spin on the golden age of family sitcoms.
The work received 9 Drama Desk nominations and 5 Lucille Lortel nominations for its Off-Broadway premiere, including a win for Best Musical.
The married duo are both alums of the hit competition show American Idol.
Tony winner Wayne Cilento will direct the Broadway-aimed production after performing in the musical's original cast.
The new musical from the Schmigadoon scribe stars Ben Fankhauser and Phoenix Best.
The season includes the premiere of the new musical The Griswold’s Broadway Vacation.
New plays by Anna Ouyang Moench and Harrison David Rivers will also be part of the summer season.
Gordon Greenberg will direct the Edward Albee classic.
Telling the story of Emilio and Gloria Estefan, the jukebox bio-musical opened on Broadway in 2015.
The two join Matthew Gardiner, Jorge Acevedo, Mark G. Meadows, and Chelsea Pace.
Original Broadway cast member Hunter Foster directs the New Jersey production.
Sondheim, Styne, and Laurents' Gypsy has also been announced as part of the Colorado theatre's summer season.
Jessica Vosk, Lillias White, Victoria Clark, and Donna McKechnie are also scheduled for Provincetown’s Art House Theatre.
Directed by Kimberly Senior, performances begin next month at the Boston venue.
The new musical will make its debut this fall at Seattle’s 5th Avenue Theatre followed by an engagement at Houston’s Theatre Under the Stars.
The new show plus a re-imagining of Shakespeare's As You Like It round out the California playhouse's 2022-2023 season.
The world premiere opened at Delaware Theatre Company March 4.
The Marc Shaiman, Scott Wittman, and Terrence McNally musical features a revised book and two additional songs not heard in the 2011 Broadway run.
The production marks Bond's directorial debut with the company.
Alan Paul will direct a cast that also includes Betsy Morgan, Christine Bunuan, Paulina Yeung, and Ethan Le Phong.
Michael Mayer directs the production, featuring choreography by Steven Hoggett and a book by Anthony McCarten.
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