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For Sara Krulwich, who has shot productions for The New York Times for more than two decades, a series of recent assignments hinted at an industry revival.
The Irish Repertory Theater is streaming poetry readings, and Playwrights Horizons and St. Ann’s Warehouse are showcasing art dealing with race and injustice.
“There is no economic recovery in our area unless a working creative engine is driving it,” said Representative Karen Bass of California.
The New York State comptroller’s office details the effects of the pandemic’s devastation and says a full recovery would be made only with government assistance.
Two dozen shielded performers, including Bernadette Peters and Andrew Rannells, surprised passers-by with a rendition of Stephen Sondheim’s “Sunday.”
The Ford Foundation, Bloomberg Philanthropies and others are aiding national and regional groups at risk of shuttering because of the pandemic.
Ian Pai said he was in on the ground floor of Blue Man Group, but that his royalties were not commensurate with his contributions.
The estate of Harper Lee and the producers of the play are fighting in court over whether the dramatic adaptation is faithful to the spirit of the novel.
In a lawsuit in Los Angeles County Superior Court, Randall Arney claims that his departure was a result of age and disability discrimination.
The photographer Brian Rose was in Amsterdam on September 11, 2001, when he learned, over the phone, that a plane had just flown into one of the Twin Towers. Rose, who had gone to college in…
At Sardi’s in Manhattan, regulars offered their thanks and goodbyes to a man who mixed their drinks for decades.
Angus’s Cafe and Bistro, a restaurant on West 44th Street, attracted stars and producers of ‘The Producers’ as investors and patrons.
A former Long Island stockbroker was sentenced Friday to nearly three years in prison for defrauding the backers of a planned Broadway musical.