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Fresh off the success of his play “Barber Shop Chronicles,” Inua Ellams has a new book out, “The Half God of Rainfall,” about a son of Zeus who dominates on the courts.
The show about race, sex and trauma didn’t earn back its costs, but did demonstrate that audiences would turn out to see, and argue about, risky material.
More top playwriting programs are preparing students to write for the small screen. And TV writers’ rooms are scouting those classrooms for new talent.
The musical comedy, which earned Santino Fontana a Tony Award for best actor, will close after its Jan. 5 performance.
The star and the playwright of “The Sound Inside” talk about confidence and fame, monsters and witches, and their dogs.
As “What the Constitution Means to Me” ends its Broadway run, Rosdely Ciprian and Thursday Williams reflect on meeting R.B.G. and Streisand and how they juggled it all.
At the privileged private school in “Eureka Day,” some parents refuse to give shots to their children. Then the mumps hits.
We spoke with five actors to see how they were feeling after hearing about their Tony Award nods.
Just 28, Charlie Rosen has been working on Broadway for a decade, but his interests are as varied as the instruments he plays.
The second half of the HBO documentary covers Jackson’s legal troubles, his accusers’ decisions to come forward and the impact on their families.
The actor, who played the heartthrob Dylan McKay on “Beverly Hills, 90210” and more recently had a role on “Riverdale,” died several days after suffering a stroke.
The first episode of HBO’s documentary aired Sunday night, describing how he became close to two boys and presenting detailed allegations that he repeatedly had sex with them.
The creators of this virtual reality version of Shakespeare — the Commonwealth Shakespeare Company and Google — hope that beyond the fresh experience it provides, it will also serve as a…
A joint production by a Boston theater company and Google hopes to bring high-quality Shakespeare to wider audiences, and new audiences into theaters.
The play, which frankly tackles issues of race, sexuality and rape, has been a career breakthrough that seemed almost perfectly tailored for this moment.
A Broadway revival of the Arthur Miller play has become entangled in a disagreement over the races of actors in key roles.
About two dozen Pflag volunteers, who visit schools to tell their families’ stories, got a lesson in public speaking from six cast members of the musical.
Some companies and stage productions have to provide housing for actors and others who come from out of town to work; in New York City, that can be a real challenge.
Mitch Leigh, the composer of “Man of La Mancha,” appears on television commercials promoting his real-estate development in New Jersey.
An I.B.M. computer has only limited success against "Jeopardy" champions.
Christina Aguilera botches some of the words to the National Anthem.