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Jonathan Kent’s award-winning production of Gypsy comes to Great Performances.
A behind-the-scenes look at Lin-Manuel Miranda's Broadway musical Hamilton.
Bryan Adams in Concert: Full Episode
A legend's career retrospective, with new interviews, performance footage, and more.
Composer John Williams is paid tribute at the LA Phil's gala opening night concert.
Angela Lansbury, James Earl Jones and Boyd Gaines star in the Pulitzer Prize-winning play.
The conductor's inaugural concert as BSO Music Director, with opera star guests.
An encore of Anna Deavere Smith’s theatrical work about the 1992 L.A. riots.
England is in crisis; war rages on.
The Duchess of Gloucester is arrested and the Duke steps down as the king's protector.
Baby June (Scarlet Roche) and company perform "Baby June and Her Newsboys" in Gypsy.
Louise (Lara Pulver) performs “Let Me Entertain You” as Gypsy Rose Lee in Gypsy.
Momma Rose (Imelda Staunton) performs "Some People" in Gypsy.
Momma Rose, Herbie and Louise perform "Together, Wherever We Go" in Gypsy.
Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda wrote part of his smash hit from Aaron Burr's bedroom.
Phillipa Soo, who plays Eliza Schuyler in Hamilton, discusses how Eliza met Alexander.
The Hollow Crown: The Wars of the Roses is a three-part follow-up to The Hollow Crown.
Henry VI causes outrage by marrying Margaret of Anjou, setting the scene for Civil War.
Bitter rivalries erupt into the Wars of the Roses.
Richard III manipulates his way through the court on a bloodthirsty path to the throne.
The star-studded Shakespeare Live! from the Royal Shakespeare Company salutes the Bard.
PBS talks with the cast and director of The Hollow Crown: The Wars of the Roses.
The Wars of the Roses will continue the epic saga with three more lavish film adaptations.
The hit revival of Gypsy, starring Imelda Staunton, comes to the PBS Arts Fall Festival.