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A revival of Mark Medoff’s Tony Award-winning play comes to Studio 54.
Michael Schulman writes about Frances McDormand’s Best Actress Oscar, and her speech demanding that more women tell their stories in the movies.
Most of the theatre season deals with the lives of mere Muggles.
Michael Schulman on how the Tony Award-winning rock musical ”Spring Awakening” relates to the experience of the student survivors of the Parkland, Florida, school shooting.
After years of self-imposed exile, the glam rocker returns to the limelight on Broadway, and with a new memoir chronicling a saucy slice of downtown New York.
In “The Leisure Seeker,” they play a couple on a Winnebago odyssey. In New York, they did a morning-show blitz. Michael Schulman writes.
Michael Schulman on the six sisters’ fashion line, which rebrands their father’s message for the pussy-hat era.
Michael Schulman on the diversity of the 2018 Academy Award nominations and whether the Academy has moved past its #OscarsSoWhite controversy from years past.
Michael Schulman writes about GrowNYC, which teaches students—largely from immigrant populations—how to make a living in agriculture.
He acts, he sings, he dances. And in his latest role, the 30-year-old, who shot to fame with “Glee,” is the serial killer who murdered Gianni Versace.
Michael Schulman writes about Oprah Winfrey and the women of the 2018 Golden Globe ceremony.
At a vegan cooking class, “the Bean,” who’s co-starring in “Lady Bird” and in Broadway’s “Hello, Dolly!,” talks theatre camp and her big brother Jonah Hill.
Michael Schulman writes about the odds for films such as “Call Me by Your Name,” “The Shape of Water,” “The Post,” and more in advance of Oscar season.
An all-star roster of artists—including John Legend and Cyndi Lauper—supplied original songs for this new Broadway extravaganza, set in Bikini Bottom.
Sarah DeLappe’s “The Wolves” takes teen-age girl talk to a soccer field at the Mitzi E. Newhouse Theatre.
Michael Schulman reviews Beau Willimon’s “The Parisian Woman,” starring Uma Thurman in her Broadway début.
The filmmaker and playwright explains what billiards has in common with “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.”
The actress, who got her start as James Dean’s co-star, reflects on “Marjorie Prime,” and remembering.
Kate Hamill has turned “Sense and Sensibility” and “Vanity Fair” into fast-paced romps. Now she tackles “Pride and Prejudice.”
Michael Schulman on John Leguizamo’s new one-man Broadway show, ”Latin History for Morons,” in which the actor tries to find a hero for his son’s history project.
Michael Schulman reviews the Broadway musical “The Band’s Visit,” starring Tony Shalhoub and Katrina Lenk and based on the 2007 Israeli film.
The children’s-book author visits the scale model of New York, which plays a starring role in his novel “Wonderstruck.”
Mark Rylance returns to Broadway in “Farinelli and the King,” and “Angels in America” arrives from London.
Michael Schulman on the actor Kevin Spacey’s troubling coming-out statement, which was coupled with the actor’s response to a sexual-assault allegation.
The comedian stars in “Meteor Shower,” a play by Steve Martin that combines marital friction and astronomical calamity.
The “Pope of Trash” hosts a sleep-away camp in Litchfield County, Conn. Yes, there were marshmallows, polyester and nudity.
The actor had a busy theatre career before “Seinfeld.” Now he’s back, with “The Portuguese Kid.”
Michael Schulman on the reboot of the sitcom “Will & Grace,” which brings the characters into the Trump era.
Michael Schulman explores the risk-taking career of Glenn Close, who will appear at The New Yorker Festival, on October 6th.
The searching roles of Carrie Coon.
The star of the alt-cabaret scene brings his impish humor to Joe’s Pub in “Help! I’m Stuck.”