The National High School Musical Theatre Awards, better known as the Jimmy Awards, were held at the Miskoff Theater in New York City on June 26. Only two students in the nation win Jimmy Awards – and one of this year's winner is from Leander ISD. The Austin region was represented for the first time this year thanks to Texas Performing Arts, home to Broadway in Austin.
The Jimmys are known as the Tony Awards for high school musical performances, and earlier this week, Leander ISD student, Langston Lee, won best performance by an actor for his role as Dmitry in Rouse High School's staging of Anastasia.
Lauren A. Marchand of New York City and Langston Lee of Austin, Texas, took home the top prizes of Best Performance by an Actress and Actor at the 2023 National High School Musical Theatre Awards, also known as the Jimmy Awards.
Last night, Langston Lee from Rouse High School in Austin and and Lauren Marchand from Jericho High School in New York took top honors for Best Performance by an Actor and Best Performance by an Actress at the Jimmy Awards. This morning they visited Good Morning America to talk about the experience.
Monday night, Austin-area student Langston Lee won a Jimmy Award in New York City for Best Performance by an Actor. A 2023 Heller Award winner, this was the first year that Heller winners could compete at the national level, thanks in part to a partnership with Texas Performing Arts, a member of the Broadway League.
Langston Lee of Austin, Texas and Lauren Marchand of Long Island, New York were Monday night’s Best Performance winners—here’s what they had to say about their big moment.
On June 26 the most talented teenagers from across the country took the stage at the Minskoff Thetare for the 14th Annual Jimmy Awards. Langston Lee from Rouse High School in Austin and and Lauren A. Marchand from Jericho High School in New York took top honors for Best Performance by an Actor and Best Perfromance by an Actress. This was the first year that Austin, Texas, was represented at the Jimmys thanks to Texas Performing Arts, home to Broadway in Austin.
Comedy icons and former “Saturday Night Live” “Weekend Update” co-anchors Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are headed out on a comedy tour, and included is a two-night stint at Bass Concert Hall in Austin on Oct. 12 and 13.
Two of comedy’s most famous women are making Austin one of the six cities that will be graced by their joint tour this fall. Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are bringing their Restless Leg Tour to the Bass Concert Hall on October 12 and 13.
Two comedy icons are coming to Austin this fall. Following the success of their first live sold-out tour this spring, Amy Poehler and Tina Fey announced their Restless Leg Tour will continue, with Austin and Bass Concert Hall being their only Texas stop on Oct. 12
Iconic comedy duo Amy Poehler and Tina Fey are bringing laughs to just six U.S. cities in their first-ever joint live tour, including Austin and Bass Concert Hall on Oct. 12.
Our two favorite SNL besties are coming to Austin! That’s right, Saturday Night Live alumni Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are headlining their first-ever live tour together. The Restless Leg Tour will make a stop in Austin at Bass Concert Hall on Thursday, October 12.
Texas Performing Arts' Executive & Artistic Director Bob Bursey talks about TPA's upcoming 23/24 Broadway in Austin Season
Texas Performing Arts' Broadway in Austin to premiere Six, Tina, and Beetlejuice in 2023-24 season
See how the stars celebrated Juneteenth including the legendary Patti LaBelle at Bass Concert Hall
Broadway in Austin is bringing the musical comedy Hairspray to Bass Concert Hall. Actor Billy Dawson who plays Corny Collins talks to Fox 7 News about being part of the national tour.
The hit Broadway show Hairspray is now playing in Austin and, let me tell you, this is a fun one!
Hairspray is still easy to love for those who desire something lightweight, colorful, and candy coated.
Featuring Hairspray and Gladys Knight & Patti LaBelle on Juneteenth
From expert panels to live performances to parades, this list has something for everyone. Featuring Patti LaBelle & Gladys Knight on June 19.
You can't stop the beat and you won't want to because Tracy Turnblad and the nicest kids in town are all headed to Cap City for Texas Performing Arts Presents Broadway in Austin's Tony award-winning musical Hairspray.