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After nine seasons on the NBC series, Amir Arison is making his Broadway debut in the stage adaptation of Khaled Hosseini’s popular 2003 novel.
Two new works by Suzan-Lori Parks will be included in a season that delves into “relationships between Black and white America.”
“It’s wonderful to present humanity in its fullness and to feel it received,” said Rashad, who played the factory worker Faye.
Step dance helps students at Brooklyn Transition Center focus and release excess energy — and it plays a starring role in their musical, “In the Stuy.”
The Wallace Foundation will fund approximately $2 million to $3 million in support for each organization, spread across the country, over the next five years.
The show, which had an Off Broadway run in 2017, will begin previews this fall at Circle in the Square Theater.
Andy Warhol is currently the subject of a Netflix documentary series, an exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum and multiple theatrical works.
The creative reuse center Materials for the Arts is working with the Joyce Theater and Karen Brooks Hopkins, the former BAM president, to distribute dance shoes at no cost.
A $125 million program offering guaranteed income to 2,400 artists across New York State who can demonstrate financial need is now accepting applications.
The Public Theater’s annual showcase for experimental work was the latest sign of the variant’s impact on live performance.
The show joins other productions that have been suspended, including the Temptations musical “Ain’t Too Proud,” which will close for good on Jan. 16.
New York City Ballet canceled Tuesday night’s performance, and a performance of Handel’s “Messiah” at Carnegie Hall was called off.
In the film, this queer Puerto Rican actor gets to showcase his range, stepping into a more mature role as Michael.
In his Broadway play, Ruben Santiago-Hudson revisits the Lackawanna, N.Y., of his youth. A lot has changed since the late 1950s and ’60s, reflected here in recent photographs of the area.
Lionelle Hamanaka wrote “Covid Crime” to bring the conversation surrounding such attacks to her neighbors in Manhattan.
The musical will feature the theatrical debut of the Roots’ Black Thought, who will be writing the music and lyrics and be in a lead role.
The star, who originated the role of Glinda, helped welcome back the show, which has been seen by more than 60 million people in 100 cities around the world.
The “Dance Moms” alum and TikTok personality will join the ABC show as the first contestant to compete in a same-sex pairing.
Before the reopenings were the in-person reunions. And hugs. So many hugs. Here’s a look at some of the first emotional moments on the road back.
Joshua Safran’s “Gossip Girl” reboot filmed a scene from an imaginary work by the “Slave Play” playwright. Then the Public Theater commissioned it.
The first institution dedicated to the history of the Great White Way and the artistry of its shows and theaters plans to welcome visitors next summer.
“The Visitor” and “cullud wattah,” two shows postponed by the pandemic, will get their premieres alongside works by James Ijames, Shaina Taub and Lloyd Suh.
Kara Medoff Barnett, who has held the post for the last five and a half years, will leave later this year.
The Tony Award-winning director John Doyle will leave after six years at the theater — but not before directing two musicals.
The Queens Museum, Harlem Stage and 44 other groups were chosen to receive aid from Bloomberg Philanthropies for digital innovation.
The popular musical secured a limited engagement at the Ethel Barrymore Theater this fall. The singer and songwriter will reprise her role for six weeks.
The philanthropist gave millions to Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, Ballet Hispánico, Dance Theater of Harlem and Urban Bush Women in her latest round of gifts.
On Saturday, many of the city’s cultural venues are holding performances and parties to mark the emancipation of enslaved African Americans.