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To pull together a 85-minute indoor concert at the Shed with the opera star and three musicians, everything had to go according to plan.
More than a year after the pandemic abruptly shuttered theaters and concert halls across the city, limited audiences were welcomed back inside.
For about three months, an Upper West Side comedy club has been organizing Saturday-night shows on the 1 train.
Starting on Friday, theaters, comedy clubs and other arts venues can open at 33-percent capacity. The formula doesn’t work for everyone.
Mayor Bill de Blasio said that the city would create a vaccination site for theater workers to try to help Broadway shows reopen by the fall.
A pop-up performance in Times Square on Friday, featuring stars like André De Shields, was full of excitement as reopenings may be on the horizon.
Chocolate fountains, Debbie Harry and an artist’s swan song cut short. We gathered scenes from the New York City cultural landscape in the last moments before lockdown.
Dr. Anthony S. Fauci told performing arts professionals that if the vaccination program was a success, performances could resume with relatively few restrictions.
From the ensembles of “Cabaret” and “Pippin,” she stepped into the role of Roxie Hart in “Chicago,” and the rest is Tony-winning history.
From the ensembles of “Cabaret” and “Pippin,” Ms. Reinking stepped into the role of Roxie Hart in “Chicago,” and the rest is Tony-winning history.
Macy’s had to rip up its usual script and plan a new parade with the coronavirus in mind. There will be Rockettes, but don’t expect a kickline.
Among the things to be thankful for: Turkey is on the menu, your Uncle Charlie is not coming and, after a long absence, Broadway casts will be back onstage.
Officials had worried that a new arts tax may be too much to ask in a place still reeling financially from the pandemic, but 64 percent of New Jersey voters approved of the idea.
Peter DuBois, who was artistic director at the Boston company for 12 years, said he hoped that his resignation would make room for more diversity.
The writer N. K. Jemisin and the playwright Larissa FastHorse are among the fellows recognized for their “exceptional creativity” with a no-strings-attached grant of $625,000.
The MacArthur fellowships are awarded for “extraordinary originality and dedication in their creative pursuits.” Below are this year’s fellows.
Jujamcyn Theaters, the operator of five Broadway houses, asserts that it was wrongfully denied insurance coverage after the pandemic forced it to shut down.
The Public Theater and Atlantic Theater Company are among those welcoming demonstrators into their buildings.
A New York Times/Siena College Research Institute poll found that theatergoers who are hesitant to return worry that the people around them won’t follow the rules.
Under the governor’s reopening plan, theaters, museums and community art centers upstate will open well before city venues. Will visitors come?
The 74th annual ceremony and television broadcast won’t happen until Broadway reopens. How shows will be eligible remains to be determined.
Madison Square Garden opened its doors for the first time to a Broadway play, as well as to thousands of students from across the city. There were a few logistical hurdles.
What is the proper punishment for #MeToo-era infractions? Demonstrators have been calling for Amar Ramasar’s removal from the cast because of his role in a photo-sharing scandal at City Ba…
A new documentary play at the Public Theater weaves together interviews from people whose lives were forever changed by the 2010 mining disaster in West Virginia.
Protesters have sought to remove Amar Ramasar from the musical over a photo-sharing scandal, but his girlfriend said she had forgiven him for sending explicit pictures of her.
A Republican congressional candidate declined to host the performers, questioning whether they could give their “full and informed consent.”
The production will include Isaac Powell of “Once on this Island” and the New York City Ballet star Amar Ramasar.
The media mogul attended the Tony Award-nominated play with an entourage of past and present editors of the British tabloid depicted in it.
The fire in January reduced the historic building, opened in 1955, to a smoldering mound of mangled steel.
The lawsuit claims that by introducing entertainment like musical performances and theater, the Public hotel on the Lower East Side is sowing confusion.