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The “Killing Eve” star will reprise her role in Suzie Miller’s solo show, which is wrapping up a run in London.
The musical, which shuttered temporarily in January as the Omicron variant spread, has struggled with the slow return of tourists to the theater.
The royal musical had a bumpy road to Broadway, from a delay caused by the pandemic to a filmed version of the show on Netflix that was widely panned.
Ntozake Shange’s choreopoem begins performances in March at the Booth Theater, home to the original 1976 production.
A month’s worth of free, family-friendly and otherwise noteworthy cultural events.
To kick off 2020, we’ve compiled a month’s worth of free, family-friendly and otherwise noteworthy cultural events.
From poetic and political imagery in the Bronx to dancers swimming and playing tennis onstage at Lincoln Center, here’s a guide to some of what’s on offer around the city.
The cultural offerings are varied and vast, from ‘Toy Story 4’ in movie theaters to numerous ways to celebrate the first day of summer and NYC Pride.
There’s something for everyone, from classical music in the park to Alvin Ailey at Lincoln Center and four must-not-miss art shows spotlighting women.
Also “Late Night” and “The Last Black Man in San Francisco” arrive in theaters, and “Big Little Lies” returns for a second season.
Whether you’re traveling for Memorial Day weekend (lucky you!) or staying in the city (no lines!), here are some cultural highlights worth checking out.
Jackie Sibblies Drury, Jeremy O. Harris, Antoinette Nwandu and Jordan E. Cooper, on influences, gatekeepers and helping “the young black theater nerd find work that looks like them.”
Our critics have been busy. Here’s what they have to say about movies in theaters now.