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Faith Soloway, a writer for the Amazon series who is the sister of its creator, will present the show “Should ‘Transparent’ Become a Musical?” at Joe’s Pub.
The festival, which features 31 programs from Sept. 14 through Dec. 16, will be the penultimate one overseen by its founding director, Joseph V. Melillo.
Jay Wegman, who left the Abrons Arts Center to lead Skirball last year, has unveiled an ambitious first season.
A ballet by Matthew Bourne, a gala production of “Brigadoon” and the 25th anniversary of Encores! are among the highlights.
The Off Broadway theater’s 50th anniversary season is organized into three acts: Shakespeare, Americans and musical theater.
This year’s class for the summer residency include 19 artists who will work on nine musicals.
Elizabeth McGovern will star in a revival of “Time and the Conways” at Roundabout Theater Company this fall.
The Public and National theaters plan to stage the documentary play “All the President’s Men?” for one night at the Town Hall.
The play, written by Claire van Kampen and also starring the countertenor Iestyn Davies, will open at the Belasco Theater in December.
The season, which includes five productions, opens with a play by Amy Herzog and a musical by the Bengsons, both directed by Anne Kauffman.
Martin McDonagh’s Olivier Award-winning play “Hangmen,” and Stephen Trask and Peter Yanowitz’s musical “This Ain’t No Disco” are among the premieres.
This stage version of the 1950 film, which will be adapted and directed by Ivo van Hove, is planned for the West End in spring 2018.
The musicians will perform in “Time, Creativity and the Cosmos,” a multimedia spectacle, to open the World Science Festival’s 10th anniversary.
The Lower Manhattan Cultural Council has unveiled its lineup for the 16th annual festival of dance, music, theater and visual art.
Elizabeth Marvel and Corey Stoll are among the initial cast members announced for the Public Theater’s Central Park season this summer.
Excerpts from Elfriede Jelinek’s “On the Royal Road: The Burgher King,” a work inspired by the president, will be presented in New York on Monday.
With the help of the Weill Festival, the composer’s home country has slowly but surely restored the legacy of one of its musical heroes.
The director Sam Gold’s production of the Shakespeare tragedy, which has had a rocky road to fruition, will open in June.
The circus, which closed and filed for bankruptcy last year, was sold for $1.3 million and will reopen in time for its 40th anniversary.
The play, which won two Tony awards in 1983, will star Michael Urie in a revival at Second Stage Theater.
Bridget Everett, the actress and cabaret performer, returns to Joe’s Pub on Feb. 7 and 8 for her signature no-holds-barred show.
New plays by Joshua Harmon and Lindsey Ferrentino will run at the Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theater next season.
Dave Malloy, who wrote the book and score for “Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812,” and played Pierre, has received a Signature Theater residency.
This event, a collaboration between the French Institute Alliance Française and Cultural Services, will run from March 4 through April 16.
James Monroe Iglehart, who won a Tony Award for his performance as the Genie in “Aladdin,” will join the cast of “Hamilton” in mid-April.
“Escape From Margaritaville,” a musical written with new songs and classic hits, will go on tour before arriving in New York in spring 2018.
Jenny Schlenzka, who has been hired as PS122’s first female artistic director, will take over in February.
Dotson Rader’s “God Looked Away” will open in February at the Pasadena Playhouse in California, ahead of a possible Broadway run.
The season’s lineup includes premieres by the Hungarian theater troupe Bela Pinter and Company and the dancers Molly Lieber and Eleanor Smith.
Tarell Alvin McCraney, a Yale School of Drama graduate whose play is the basis of the celebrated film “Moonlight,” will return there