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The director Sam Gold’s production of the Shakespeare tragedy, which has had a rocky road to fruition, will open in June.
The circus, which closed and filed for bankruptcy last year, was sold for $1.3 million and will reopen in time for its 40th anniversary.
The play, which won two Tony awards in 1983, will star Michael Urie in a revival at Second Stage Theater.
Bridget Everett, the actress and cabaret performer, returns to Joe’s Pub on Feb. 7 and 8 for her signature no-holds-barred show.
New plays by Joshua Harmon and Lindsey Ferrentino will run at the Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theater next season.
Dave Malloy, who wrote the book and score for “Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812,” and played Pierre, has received a Signature Theater residency.
This event, a collaboration between the French Institute Alliance Française and Cultural Services, will run from March 4 through April 16.
James Monroe Iglehart, who won a Tony Award for his performance as the Genie in “Aladdin,” will join the cast of “Hamilton” in mid-April.
“Escape From Margaritaville,” a musical written with new songs and classic hits, will go on tour before arriving in New York in spring 2018.
Jenny Schlenzka, who has been hired as PS122’s first female artistic director, will take over in February.
Rejoice: After three years away, “Sherlock” is back. And “Wishful Drinking,” Carrie Fisher’s cathartic one-woman Broadway show, is on HBO.
Dotson Rader’s “God Looked Away” will open in February at the Pasadena Playhouse in California, ahead of a possible Broadway run.
The season’s lineup includes premieres by the Hungarian theater troupe Bela Pinter and Company and the dancers Molly Lieber and Eleanor Smith.
Tarell Alvin McCraney, a Yale School of Drama graduate whose play is the basis of the celebrated film “Moonlight,” will return there
“Power Plays,” a new initiative, will commission and develop 25 plays — one for each decade of American history — over the next 10 years.
The first season at the armory programmed by its new artistic director, Pierre Audi, also includes works by Ai Weiwei and Pierre Boulez.
Winners of this annual prize, which honors young artists in theater and dance, will be announced on Jan. 9.
The lineup for the 2017 edition of Performance Space 122’s annual event includes virtual reality, multimedia theater and robot-aided dance.
Highlights include a production of the Tony-winning black comedy “The Beauty Queen of Leenane,” directed by Garry Hynes in her Brooklyn Academy of Music debut.
The 13th annual festival includes “Blueprint Specials,” a musical performed at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum.
A playwright claims that the current Off Broadway show was stolen when a creative partnership turned sour.
“My Name Is Gideon,” a production by All for One Theater that was canceled with the abrupt closure of Soho Rep’s theater, is back on.
The play, by Lucas Hnath, follows Henrik Ibsen’s heroine Nora Helmer after she leaves her husband and children; Sam Gold will direct.
The event, which benefits wounded veterans, returns to Madison Square Garden on Nov. 1 as part of the New York Comedy Festival.
The play, which had its premiere in 1907, initially courted controversy with its depiction of homosexuality.
Cirque du Soleil has canceled four performances beginning Aug. 22 to rework the musical’s plot and acrobatics.
Productions for the coming year include a revival of Stephen Adly Guirgis’s play “The Last Days of Judas Iscariot,” directed by Estelle Parsons.
In an unusual artistic rift, Sam Gold is seeking instead to stage the play at the Public Theater, with Oscar Isaac still starring.
Jay Wegman, artistic director of Abrons Arts Center, will leave to join N.Y.U.’s Skirball Center for the Performing Arts as its senior director.
Mr. Miranda, who played the title character, shared his moment with the other departing cast members, including Phillipa Soo and Leslie Odom Jr.
The set of “Out of the Mouths of Babes,” featuring works by film and TV stars, is New York’s newest art gallery.