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Join this one-night-only event as six Roundabout Underground alumni playwrights, six directors, 24 actors, and a musical guest create and perform six brand-new short plays over the course of a single day!
All proceeds benefit the New Play Initiative and Roundabout Underground, a program designed to foster new works by emerging theater artists.
With the Jacobean plays of Shakespeare and his contemporaries as the cornerstone of its mission, Red Bull Theater is dedicated to the rediscovery and re-investigation of classics from all eras and cultures, and to the development of new plays of heightened language and classical themes.
For a list of works in this year's Revelation Readings series, click the hyperlink below.
The funds raised at this gala will provide support for TDF's wide range of programs serving theatergoers and theatermakers.
The hilarious Julie Halston hosts a program produced by Scott Mauro Entertainment, Inc.
Over 70 high school students from across the United States compete for the Jimmy for best performance by an actor and actress at this presentation.
The talent showcase features ensemble as well as solo performances. The awards are presented by the Broadway League Foundation in honor of the famed Broadway producer and theater owner James M. TDF, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to bringing the power of the performing arts to everyone, honors Pulitzer Prize- and Tony Award-winning playwright Tony Kushner at its 50th anniversary gala.
The 32nd Annual Easter Bonnet Competition is a fundraising showcase of Broadway's best performers and handcrafted bonnets.
There's even more: cocktails, dinner, and both a live and silent auction.
Auction proceeds will benefit the creation of theatrical works and theater education programs across the country.
The event is geared toward raising funds for GTG's upcoming full production of Shaw's Heartbreak House.
The Jimmys are also known as the National High School Musical Theatre Awards.The Eugene O'Neill Theater Center presents multidisciplinary creative artist Lin-Manuel Miranda with the 18th annual Monte Cristo Award.An alumnus of the O'Neill, Miranda's first professional production (of In the Heights) was at the O'Neill's National Music Theater Conference in 2005.Additionally, James Lapine, also a Pulitzer- and Tony-winning playwright and director, is receiving the inaugural TDF Founders Award.