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The pair will co-star in a revival of “Burn This” by Lanford Wilson, which comes to Broadway in March.
Lynn Nottage’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play about working class anxieties will be performed in 18 counties in the lead-up to the election.
This soul-infused interpretation of Sophocles’ “Oedipus at Colonus” will return to New York for the first time since 2004.
Kristina Newman-Scott, director of culture for the State of Connecticut, is to join BRIC as its president in September.
Productions include the filmmaker Todd Solondz’s first play, “Emma and Max,” and Thomas Bradshaw’s incendiary “Southern Promises.”
The Tony-winning play will open at the Curran Theater in San Francisco in the fall of 2019.
The work is an adaptation of Sophocles’s Greek tragedy that was conceived in the wake of Michael Brown’s 2014 death in Missouri.
The family-oriented theater will put on shows with Jim Henson puppets and Ethiopian jugglers.
“The Jungle” was written by two British playwrights who spent time at a refugee camp in France, and the cast includes refugees who lived there.
The audiobook company will produce plays, comedic shows, panel discussions and more in the downtown theater.
A performance of “The Tempest” was canceled after the Stratford police received a bomb threat, but a search did not turn up any suspicious package.
The word-for-word adaptation of “The Great Gatsby” will come to the Skirball Center, as well as a 24-hour performance piece, “Mount Olympus.”
A grant to the Museum of the City of New York will allow for the conservation of hundreds of theatrical broadsides.
The London production, which had two sold-out runs in 2016 and 2017, will begin performances in fall 2019.
John Legend steps into the sandals of Jesus. And Benedict Cumberbatch stars in a new movie about grief and loss.
Mr. Coates’s “Between the World and Me,” which began as a personal address to his son, is being adapted for a communal performance at the Apollo Theater.
Students will be taught by professionals from the London Academy of Music & Dramatic Art in this new summer program.
An episode that included a debate on athletes kneeling during the national anthem was shelved before it aired.
The Hudson Yards venue will feature programming across disciplines and include other luminaries from music, art, dance and theater.
The university announced it will provide scholarships in order to promote diversity in its theater program.
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.
Erykah Badu hosts the Soul Train Awards. And Sandra Bullock fights for survival in space in “Gravity.”