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Emma Donoghue adapted the show from her best-selling 2010 novel; she also wrote the screenplay for the 2015 film.
Michael R. Jackson discussed his Pulitzer and Tony-winning musical, which closed Sunday after a nine-month Broadway run.
Ato Blankson-Wood will star as the aggrieved prince in a modern-dress production directed by Kenny Leon.
The immersive dance show, with music by David Byrne and Fatboy Slim, will arrive this summer after a decade of productions Off Broadway and in London and Seattle.
During his tenure, the nonprofit supported works that have gone on to earn seven Pulitzer Prizes and nearly 30 Tony Awards.
The musical’s exploration of antisemitism is timely, with rising concern about the issue in the United States and beyond.
Binder, who was a Broadway producer before joining the nonprofit in 2019, plans to return to theater’s commercial sector.
The 75-minute memory play by Adrienne Kennedy had been scheduled to run until Feb. 12; it will close on Jan. 15.
The farce, by the team behind “The Play That Goes Wrong,” is about a bumbling theater company attempting to stage the popular children’s play.
Broadway shows grossed $51.9 million during the holiday week, the most since 2019, and “The Lion King” set a record for the most earned by any show in a single week.
After one holiday season lost to the pandemic and another curtailed by Omicron, seasonal staples including “The Nutcracker,” “A Christmas Carol” and “Messiah” are back in force.
“Almost Famous,” a stage adaptation of the acclaimed 2000 film about a teenager who travels with a rock band while endeavoring to become a music journalist, will close on Broadway on Jan…
The show, a passion project for Cameron Crowe, opened on Broadway in early November, but has faced soft sales in a competitive market.
The deal, ratified by members of Actors’ Equity, provides salary increases for performers and stage managers, and allows producers to make short-term hires.
Jonathan Groff, Lindsay Mendez and Daniel Radcliffe, now starring in an Off Broadway revival, will lead the Broadway production as well.
The annual ceremony honoring Broadway’s top productions and performers is moving to the Manhatta neighborhood where “In the Heights” was set.
The play, a biting comedy by Jordan E. Cooper, will have its final performance on Dec. 18, just over two weeks after opening.
The final performance, just two weeks after its opening, will include a panel discussion about Asian American and Pacific Islander representation.
The play, by James Ijames, will be at the American Airlines Theater starting March 21.
Three years ago a new Broadway play based on the classic Harper Lee novel tried to prevent regional stagings of an earlier dramatization. Now, the roles are reversed.
“Once Upon a One More Time” plans to open on Broadway next summer.
Last week was the highest-grossing in the show’s 35-year history.
The Academy Award-winning actress will lead a spring revival of the classic Henrik Ibsen play, revised by Amy Herzog and directed by Jamie Lloyd.
A surprising collaboration between an entertainment giant (Disney) and an avant-garde artist (Julie Taymor) birthed the most successful musical in history.
The musical, with songs by Brandy Clark and Shane McAnally, just finished a pre-Broadway run in Utah, and will begin New York performances in March.
The show, originally created by Bob Fosse in the late 1970s, has been reimagined with the blessing of his daughter.
For American Jews, this fall has become increasingly worrisome. On Thursday alone, the F.B.I. warned of threats to New Jersey synagogues and the Nets suspended Kyrie Irving.
The 29-year-old actor, best known for his Tony-winning turn in “Dear Evan Hansen,” this week returns to the stage at New York City Center.
The new musical, based on the 1977 Martin Scorsese film, features songs by John Kander and Fred Ebb and is directed by Susan Stroman.
The play, written by Sharr White and directed by Bartlett Sher, will also star Danny Burstein and Zoë Wanamaker.
The show, now in London, has a creative team that combines veterans of the film with some Broadway stalwarts. Performances will begin on June 30.