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A sneak peek at the budding musical “Robert Moses Astride New York,” in the company of Robert Caro, Moses’ biographer.
The opera house was sued by the federal government.
Mr. Landesman, the chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts, addressed the problem of struggling theaters.
"When I say that 'decreasing supply' has to be on the table when talking about the future of not-for-profit arts organizations, in no way do I mean that that is the only thing that should …
Clues about the departure of the executive director, Andrew D. Hamingson, point to anger about costly show transfers.
Josie Rourke will take up the position on January 1, 2012, taking over for Michael Grandage.
Phillipe de Montebello is to become chairman of the Hispanic Society of America, whose museum holds one of the world's leading collections of art from Spain, Portugal and Latin America.
Ms. Howard plays the sister of the bride in the new musical about a chaotic wedding, which opens at the Brooks Atkinson Theater on April 14.
Yvette L. Campbell, who helped lead the school through financial challenges, will depart in June.
The coming season brings exciting challenges for new artists working on and off Broadway.
The Martin E. Segal Awards will be given to 11 rising artists this year, up from two in past years.
The documentary “Ballet 422,” directed by Jody Lee Lipes, follows the choreographer Justin Peck.
Mr. Poots is to give up his current positions as head of the Manchester International Festival and the Park Avenue Armory.
Called Faena Forum, the 50,000-square-foot institution, at 32nd Street and Collins Avenue, will be dedicated to the development of cultural programming.
Mr. Gennaro, currently the executive director at Trinity Repertory Theater, will succeed Michael Price.
Evan R. Chesler, the chairman of the law firm Cravath, Swaine & Moore, will take over as the library chairman from Neil L. Rudenstine.
More than $40 million has been raised in honor of Joan H. Weill, who is stepping down as chairwoman of the Alvin Ailey Dance Foundation.
Neil L. Rudenstine has presided over the library – along with Anthony W. Marx, its president – during planning for the institution’s controversial renovation.
After 20 years on the board of the Alvin Ailey Dance Foundation, Joan H. Weill, its chairwoman, is expected to announce Thursday that she is stepping down at the end of the year.
At 25, Alex Sharp is preparing for his Broadway debut, playing a 15-year-old mathematician in “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time.”
The producers of “Motown: The Musical” plan to close the show on Broadway in January then bring it back in 2016.
Renovations to the Irish Repertory Theater’s home on West 22nd Street mean it will present this season at the DR2 Theater on East 15th Street.
The Praemium Imperiale International Arts Awards recognize lifetime achievement.
In its closing week, “The Bridges of Madison County” had the highest box-office totals of its four-month run, with gross revenues of $590,791.
The new Pace School of Performing Arts will be Manhattan’s first new such school in nearly 50 years, the university said.
After their respective runs in “Matilda” and “Grinch,” Milly and Abigail Shapiro, 11 and 13, add cabaret to their résumé.
Allyson Green joined the university in 2012 as the associate dean of Tisch’s Institute of the Performing Arts.
Henry Timms will become executive director and Rabbi Peter J. Rubinstein will become director of Jewish community and the Bronfman Center for Jewish Life.
Carole King finally went to see “Beautiful: The Carole King Musical,” hiding in the Broadway theater audience in a dark wig and glasses.
After months of wondering whether Carole King would ever come to see the Broadway musical based on her life and comprised of her music, the singer/songwriter surprised the cast and crew by a…
Rice University has picked a New York firm, Diller Scofidio + Renfro, to design a new opera theater on campus.