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The director Romeo Castellucci explains some of the striking imagery in his staging of Scarlatti’s “Il Primo Omicidio.”
The immersive experience, with its frequent problems yet mounting mystique, is beginning to court comparisons with the Fyre Festival.
On Friday, as the beloved store’s shelves approached emptiness before it relocates, it brought in the playwrights Annie Baker and Amy Herzog for a reading.
For its first season, beginning in April, the Shed has commissioned more than a dozen exhibitions, performances and lectures across disciplines.
The Rockettes at Radio City Music Hall, a site-specific “Christmas Carol” and more concerts, plays and events this holiday season.
The venue has announced its 2019 season, which will include a new play by Christopher Shinn, art by Hito Steyerl and concerts by Barbara Hannigan.
New York City Center’s gala production of the musical is being staged by Bob Avian and Baayork Lee, who have been with the show since its inception.
The Brooklyn Academy of Music has announced its winter-spring season, which will also feature Mark Morris, Ivo van Hove and Bryce Dessner.
Recent concert stagings of “West Side Story” and “On the Town” show the pitfalls — and solutions — for symphonic performances of these musicals.
NYC Pride can easily overwhelm even the most extroverted people. Here are five ways to take part away from the crowds.
A look at the most memorable moments from this year’s ceremony celebrating Broadway.
At this year’s Tony Awards red carpet, we asked current and former nominees what they listen to before shows. Here’s what they said.
John Doyle’s Tony Award-winning style lends itself to working across racial boundaries, and breathing new life into a largely forgotten classic featuring an all-black cast.
This fall’s music, theater and dance performances will be the last ones overseen by Joseph V. Melillo, an impresario at the institution since 1983.
The performing arts center plans to assemble some of the world’s top ballet companies and performers for its ambitious 2018-19 season.
The stage version of “Jagged Little Pill” sets a story steeped in hot-button issues like opiate addition and gender identity to the singer’s raw 1995 album.
We invited Broadway’s best to pose for us just 24 hours after they were nominated for theater’s most prestigious award. Needless to say, they were a happy bunch.
“About Alice” is part of the coming season at Theater for a New Audience, which also includes European imports and “Julius Caesar.”
Here are five highlights to see from “Birds: A Festival Inspired by Aristophanes,” a citywide festival featuring a range of cultural events.
Lili Chopra, a creative force behind festivals at the French Institute Alliance Française, will be a leader of the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council.
“Unmasked,” a 500-page doorstop out this week, tells rich stories about the projects he never made — and the childhood feline that inspired “Cats.”
The theater’s Off-Center series, which Mr. Friedman led until his death last year, will stage his 2003 musical “Gone Missing” in July.
The Off Broadway company will keep its home in Hell’s Kitchen, but will use the Greenwich House Theater as its primary venue beginning in early 2019.
The “Hedwig” actress will pay homage to David Bowie, Radiohead and many others as part of “Obsessed,” a project involving a new EP each month in 2018.
Howard Pollack on writing “The Ballad of John Latouche,” the first biography to explore the cult figure’s prolific career.
Christmas stalwarts like the Rockettes’ Radio City show, participatory events including a festive caroling walk, and even a dose of Taylor Mac’s wild cabaret.
Highlights from the series include previews of “Jerry Springer — The Opera” and a new staging of Mozart’s “Così Fan Tutte” with Kelli O’Hara.
Gemma Bond, the ballet dancer and choreographer, is the winner of this year’s dance award. Theater winners will be announced on Jan. 8.
Its vast drill hall will host productions by artists including Ivo van Hove, Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker and William Kentridge.
Among the highlights of the winter-spring season is a production of “Long Day’s Journey Into Night” starring Lesley Manville and Jeremy Irons.
“Lied vom weissen Käse” (“Song of the White Cheese”), which Weill wrote for a musical revue in 1931, was recently discovered in a Berlin archive.