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The Tony- and Pulitzer-winning author of ‘A Strange Loop’ finally has an apartment to himself in Manhattan.
The artistic director of American Ballet Theatre and the former dancer ‘drink in the calm’ at a 1904 house in Woodstock, N.Y.
The prolific actor, writer and photographer just turned 90, in a 1970s-style West Village loft that speaks to his many passions.
The director of ‘The Music Man’ pays more attention to the furnishings onstage than to those at home. But that suits him fine.
The Westchester house where the Tony-winning actor lives is ideally sized for family reunions — and for spending time alone.
When Charlotte Moore moved into John McMartin’s Upper West Side co-op, it was ‘not pretty.’ Nearly five decades later, that’s been fixed.
After more than two decades in New Mexico, the actress and director is back on the East Coast, with new digs and a renewed focus on the theater.
For Krysta Rodriguez, who stars as Liza Minnelli in the new Netflix series ‘Halston,’ acting and decorating aren’t that far apart.
When Rob McClure fell for Maggie Lakis, he also fell for her hometown. But don’t get him started on the reliability of Amtrak.
The lyricist of “Fiddler on the Roof” and many other shows has always worked at home, in the Beresford apartment he shares with his wife, Margery.
With the opening of her musical, ‘Whisper House,’ postponed, the ‘Billions’ actor is riding out the coronavirus in her Greenwich Village rental.
The Broadway and TV star’s decorating style? Art Deco meets Hollywood Regency, with a bit of the 1960s thrown in.
Michael Tucker and Jill Eikenberry, stars of the long-running series “L.A. Law,” have a new Off Broadway play and a very old country house.
When Theresa Rebeck first saw her Brooklyn brownstone, it was falling apart. She took it as a challenge.
The 66-year-old actress, who stars in the Broadway musical “Gettin’ the Band Back Together,” remembers everything.
Bohemia Realty caters to (and draws talent from) New York City’s theater community.
Word has gotten out that volunteer ushers can see plays for free. And competition is getting increasingly fierce.
These days, once you take your seat, the performers thank you for being there and let you know what to expect. In rhyme!
For a playwright and director, sharing an apartment with a husband who’s also a collaborator can get a little messy.
For the choreographer of “Come From Away” and “Escape to Margaritaville,” designing a home requires as much care as putting on a Broadway show.
When the choreographer finally got his dream house, it was during a nightmarish time in his life.
The lyricist of the Broadway show “Anastasia,” on the penthouse that convinced her to move to Midtown.
For the “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” actress, home is where the sirens blare. And she’s staying put.
When Beowulf Boritt and his wife bought a prewar fixer-upper, he used all the tricks he learned in the theater to redo it.
For the actress, a tidy alcove studio carpeted in white has room enough for everything that really matters.
For B.H. Barry, staging fights began as a sideline to acting. Now it’s who he is — and how he got that nice penthouse.
For Max von Essen, owning an apartment in New York was the first step. Then came the furnishings and the renovations — one for every show.
Twan — an 18-inch-long, roughly 10-pound blue-eyed doll with an alert expression — has appeared in five Broadway shows, including “Cinderella.”
The Grammy award winner lives with her husband and frequent collaborator, Robert Lopez, and their children in Brooklyn.
The creator of the theatrical spoof “Spamilton” has a home in Ivoryton, Conn.
Sara Bareilles, the Grammy and Tony-nominated singer-songwriter, lives in a two-bedroom rental in Lower Manhattan.