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The first performance of ‘Lackawanna Blues’ offered a reminder that Broadway is a home for plays as well as musicals.
Culture is part of the lifeblood of New York — a magnet for visitors and residents alike that will play a key role if the city is to remain vital. There are signs of hope everywhere, as va…
The arts scene, from Broadway and nightclubs to museums and concert halls, is coming back to life after the pandemic shutdown. Getting it right will be vital to the city’s comeback.
“Springsteen on Broadway” opens on June 26 at the St. James Theater; audience members will be required to show proof of full Covid-19 vaccination to enter.
The park will host events for live audiences of 200 with institutions including the New York Philharmonic, Jazz at Lincoln Center, Joe’s Pub and the Classical Theater of Harlem.
A frothy adaptation market is just one sign of the rapid evolution of the industry. But some worry that big money will stifle the D.I.Y. spirit that has driven much of its success.
Jujamcyn, which operates five of the 41 Broadway houses, said that when theater returns it will use SeatGeek instead of Ticketmaster.
The coronavirus relief package that Congressional leaders agreed to this week includes grant money that many small proprietors described as a last hope for survival.
Uncertainty about the coronavirus and the challenge of protecting audiences and artists is prompting many prominent presenters to wait till next year.
The company that controls the composers’ catalog cut a deal for 90 percent of the royalties for the singer’s remake of “My Favorite Things” just weeks before its release.
Tickets to the intimate shows at the Walter Kerr Theater will be sold via a new technology called Verified Fan in an attempt to cut down on scalping.
As “Hamilton” heads to London and “Harry Potter” comes to New York, the two plays are experimenting with measures to limit reselling of their tickets.
Mick Jagger and company’s latest album, “Blue & Lonesome,” debuted at No. 4 and the Weeknd slipped to No. 2.
Ms. Streisand’s latest record didn’t do well on streaming services. But strong sales gave her yet another No. 1 album, 52 years after her first.
The cast recording of the Broadway musical jumped to No. 3 after the Tonys while Drake recorded his seventh consecutive week at the top.
Musical theater will return to the Grammy Awards for the first time since 2010.
Mr. Stigwood’s name was attached to films, albums and theatrical productions that identified an era in music.
The Nokia Theater in Times Square, a 2,100-capacity room owned by the national promoter AEG Live, will become the Best Buy Theater.
Appropriately for the YouTube age it is a roll call of musicians famous enough to shock a nation and underground enough for you to show off to all your friends, if you can recognize them.
A show called "The Immortal World Tour," which takes place "in a fantastical realm where we discover Michael's inspirational Giving Tree," will begin in Montreal next year.
An announcement about the album doesn't really announce all that much.
The concert and ticketing company says Michael Cohl owes it more than $5 million.
And the "Glee" franchise has two of the top five albums.
Sales continue to slide.
He reportedly fell face-first during a show in Sydney.
Ms. Streisand, a nominee for her album "Love Is the Answer," will be introduced before her performance by her "A Star Is Born" co-star Kris Kristofferson.
Ms. Grande opened at No. 1 on this week’s album chart with “My Everything.”
The Disney soundtrack held at No. 1 for an 11th week, with 259,000 copies sold.
JBL Live at Pier 97 will offer concerts starting in July.
The online ticket marketplace has made a deal with the producers and the ticketing service Telecharge to sell an allotment of premium seats for each performance.
The soundtrack to Disney's animated film "Frozen" held at No. 1 on the album chart, beating out a compilation of Grammy nominees.