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A Brooklyn theater company is staging the Arthur Miller play on the waterfront of working-class Red Hook.
Anticipating the new tax law — which gets rid of deductible expenses — actors are looking into becoming corporations.
The Billie Holiday Theater, which first opened in 1972, is finishing a $4.1 million renovation.
Student builders, painters, riggers, stage managers and costumers have worked for months on the musical’s set, which opens at the high school next month.
David Deblinger’s one-man show is a patchwork of personal stories, his relationship with his father serving as a binding thread.
The playwright, who was born in 1915 and died in 2005, found inspiration in the borough’s neighborhoods, from Midwood to the Heights, where he lived.
Jimmy Napoli, a New York City tour guide and Alexander Hamilton expert, is leading a new tour focusing on his favorite founding father.
The Third Rail Projects dance and performance company has set up shop for the summer on Governors Island, offering the public a window into the troupe’s creative process.