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A concert of deep cuts by Mr. Larson, who died at 35 after creating “Rent,” will be staged in October.
The Asian American Performers Action Coalition found that in the 2015-16 season, 35 percent of all roles went to minority actors — up from 30 percent the year before.
Thanks to star power and soaring ticket prices, Broadway brought in $50.3 million at the box office last week.
Artists who died this year left behind gripping scenes, profound turns of phrase, unforgettable melodies and plenty of laughter. We pay tribute to a few of the most notable — through their…
The jukebox musical will arrive in April, with three actresses playing the disco star.
The Emmy-nominated actress from “This is Us” has been cast in an updated version of Neil LaBute’s play.
The revival, directed by Julie Taymor and starring Clive Owen, failed to draw an audience and will end its run even earlier than expected.
The critically acclaimed show written by Young Jean Lee will be the first work by an Asian-American female playwright on Broadway.
Many shows, like “Dear Evan Hansen,” “Hello, Dolly!” and “Come From Away,” set grosses records over the Thanksgiving week.
The season will feature a project from the Civilians and a depiction of the Battle of the Sexes.
The show, starring Christian Borle as Willy Wonka, opened in April with high hopes after a London production was retooled.
The Tony-winning play about a middle-class family will stop in 13 cities around the country.
“Rocktopia,” created by the Broadway actor and Trans-Siberian Orchestra member Rob Evan, will mix classical and rock songs at the Broadway Theater.
For every performance of Bruce Springsteen’s solo Broadway show, 26 tickets will be available for $75 each.
They will receive $50,000 each for the award, which is given to rising American playwrights.
The musical starring Patti LuPone and Christine Ebersole will have its final show on Dec. 30 after 30 performances.
The writer of “In a Word” and “The Hatmaker’s Wife” will win $25,000 from the National Arts Club.
High school composers can submit their musical theater songs for a chance to spend a weekend in workshops in New York.
“John Lithgow: Stories by Heart,” a meditation on storytelling and family, will begin Broadway previews in December.
The Tony-nominated Ms. Rashad will star in ‘Saint Joan,’ Bernard Shaw’s classic play.
Also awarded for lifetime achievement were El Anatsui, Rafael Moneo and Youssou N’Dour.
After taking a year off, the New York International Fringe Festival will come back next October as it continues to look for a permanent home.
The play is transferring from London and so will the star Tom Hollander.
The post-World War II swing musical will close after 166 performances.
Ms. Kennedy’s “He Brought Her Heart Back in a Box” will be part of a Theater for a New Audience season that also includes two Shakespeare productions.
The theater company will present world premieres by Aleshea Harris and Jackie Sibblies Drury.
Mr. Patinkin, a Tony winner, will return to Broadway in a role that was previously played by Josh Groban.
La MaMa has announced its 56th season, which includes a visit from Maria Alyokhina of Pussy Riot, and a Tennessee Williams production.
The theater company hopes to discover whether audiences are similarly affected at live plays versus cinema screenings.
The Kilroys published a fourth annual list of new plays by women deemed to be worthy of production.
The National Yiddish Theater Folksbiene, a downtown cultural mainstay, will bring together an array of arts groups for a two-day festival.