“Grand Army,” the Netflix show with Jaden Jordan (Kinky Boots, The Lion King), Alphonso Romero Jones II (The Lion King), and Cole Bullock (The Lion King), has been cancelled after one season. Get more details on Variety.com.

Broadway alum Shahadi Wright Joseph (Hairspray Live, School of Rock, The Lion King) will star in the upcoming film “Throw It Back”! Get more details on Deadline.com.

Walter Russell III (The Lion King) danced alongside the Harlem Chamber Players earlier tonight to commemorate the Tulsa Race Massacre. Get more details HERE!

Walter also performed during the most recent Virtual Vocals concert! Watch the full concert here:

Analise Scarpaci (Mrs. Doubtfire, Matilda, A Christmas Story) sang at Don’t Tell Mama tonight! Get more details HERE.

Mimi Ryder (Frozen, Matilda) wrote a new play titled Metamorphosis of a Fairy, which was just produced by the Lucille Lortel Theatre as part of their 2021 High School Playwriting Fellowship! Watch it below, along with an introduction by Mimi:

Kids of the Arts’ production of Jane Eyre will begin streaming in July, featuring Sami Bray (The Bedwetter, 1984), Lily Tamburo (Mrs. Doubtfire), and more! Get more details HERE.

Gabriel Amoroso (Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Medea) has booked a few industry readings and signed with an additional agent!

You can see Joshua Turchin (Trevor, Forbidden Broadway, The Pill), as well as tour alum Alexa Lasanta (The Sound of Music tour), in “Celebrating Yosl” on June 22nd online! Get tickets HERE.

Robert Montano (Radio City Christmas Spectacular) is releasing an album this summer!

New Music

Listen to “White Academia,” the newest song from Lianah Sta. Ana (Miss Saigon), on Spotify!

Listen to “3 AM,” a new single from Kyla Carter (Number the Stars), available here!

New Episodes

Coming up tomorrow, tune in for another episode of Kyla’s podcast “Kyla’s Korner”!

Listen to the newest episode of “Take A Bow,” hosted by Eli Tokash (Finding Neverland, Pippin), featuring Laura Heywood (@BroadwayGirlNYC) – now available on the Broadway Podcast Network!

Check out this rehearsal footage from The Last Boy!

And here’s a throwback to the original Broadway production of Carrie, with then-17-year-old Linzi Hateley!