Keen Company Presents: Lynn Nottage’s “Crumbs from the Table of Joy

Crumbs from the Table of Joy is receiving its first New York City revival since its 1995 premiere! Check out what Keen Company has to say about their production: “Off-Broadway’s Keen Company is thrilled to present the first New York revival of Crumbs from the Table of Joy by 2-time Pulitzer Prize winner Lynn Nottage and directed by Colette Robert! …

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Broadway Licensing Acquires Highly Anticipated New Play “John Proctor Is the Villain”

March 09, 2023 Broadway Licensing is pleased to announce its acquisition of the highly-anticipated play, “John Proctor Is the Villain” by playwright Kimberly Belflower for live stage performance rights. In conjunction, The Huntington, Boston’s leading professional theatre, is thrilled to publicize that it will include the thought-provoking, funny new play in its 23/24 season. The universally appealing and impactful play …

Opening Night at THE WANDERERS with Anna Ziegler, Katie Holmes, and more!

March 2, 2023 “This absorbing, twisty, and thoughtful play is the finest play of the year!” -Charles Isherwood, The Wall Street Journal Anna Ziegler’s newest play, The Wanderers, had its New York premiere at Roundabout Theatre Company on February 15. Click the image below to hear Anna, cast members Katie Holmes and Sarah Cooper, and the company talk about how …

Spring Musicals That Will Pack the House

Spring Musicals That Will Pack the House

How is it already the spring semester? With the holidays out of the way, your mind is probably geared toward planning your springtime musical. Are you looking for a big ensemble piece for your whole drama club? How about a show direct from Broadway with a minimal set? Or even a zany, dark tale that is rocking it with the …

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One-Act Selection Guide

One-act competition season is right around the corner, have you selected your show? We’re here to help! Follow this handy guide for everything you need to know about selecting, producing, and licensing a one-act for UIL, ITF, or any other one-act showcase you participate in. How to Pick a One-Act Competition Licensing Q&A One-Acts Everyone Should Have in Their Library

Starting your theatre streaming journey

Streaming is the future of theatre. Haven’t streamed yet? Feel intimidated by all the tech and fees? Don’t worry—we’ve got you covered. We’re partnering with Stellar Tickets to make streaming easy, affordable, and fun for all theatres. What is Stellar Tickets? What is a Live/Video Archival License? Why should I stream my show? What does streaming cost? How do I …

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Your New Favorite Perennial Holiday Show

Looking for a reliably entertaining show to fill the Holiday slot in your season? Here are six that each offer something different for all audiences. Why perennial shows? The holiday season is a perfect time for your theatre to establish a cornerstone production that your audience will keep coming back to year after year. Make your holiday production a family …

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The Ultimate One-Act Guide for Back-to-School Planning

No matter if you’re looking for a library building, classroom use, directing projects, performances, or competitions, we’ve rounded up our recommendations for one-acts for this school year. See titles in the following categories: New Releases Flexible Casting Minimal Set Pre-approved for Competition Cuts

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The Ultimate Play Guide for Back-to-School Planning

School is back in session! Still setting your season? Find your next great play here! Browse our recommendations in the following categories: Female-Led Gender Expansive Diverse Stories Challenging Roles Minimal Set Large Cast Pre-Approved for Competition Cuts

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The Ultimate Musical Guide for Back-to-School Planning

It’s here: The Ultimate Musical Guide for Back-to-School Planning! Discover Broadway hits, familiar favorites, and hidden gems that will fit your needs.  You can find everything you’re looking for here: Large Cast Minimal Set

Introducing Broadway Book Club

It’s opening night! Broadway Book Club is your source for top play scripts to add to your collection. Get 7 scripts delivered to your door 4 times a year, curated by leading playwrights like Lauren Gunderson, Anna Ziegler, and Lucas Hnath. Open a box and discover the best of the American theatre, from 1936 into 2022 and beyond! The first …

11 Holiday Shows That Pack The House

Related: Holiday Hits It’s like Christmas in July…in May! It’s never too early to get into the Christmas Spirit or for a head start in planning your program’s winter spectacular.  Before you log out for summer break, set your holiday plans now! Here are 9 Holiday Shows that will pack the house in December: If you like It’s a Wonderful …