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The project's all-volunteer staff stands in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement.
The virtual gala, set to take place June 1, has been postponed in solidarity with black communities across the country.
The playwrights conference will develop new works—virtually—with Kirsten Greenidge, Lileana Blain-Cruz, David Zheng, and others.
The new program will support female-identifying BIPOC artists throughout the course of a year.
The We Are One Public event has been pushed back in solidarity with protests around the murders of Black men and women.
See five powerhouse leading ladies perform November Christine's musical tribute to the women of the essential workforce.
The free stream of the 2016 performance will commemorate Pride Month.
Insecure executive producer, writer, and director Prentice Penny is also attached to the TV series.
15 playwrights will create new works inspired by the worlds of science and technology as part of the long-running EST/Sloan Project.
The series will kick off with new plays by Crystal Skillman, S. Asher Gelman, and Matthew Webster.
The principles include readily available testing and a re-evaluation of health and safety practices in audition and rehearsal rooms.
The series, which kicked off in February of this year, will now continue in 2021.
The Stephen Adly Guirgis play is helmed online by Tony nominee Elizabeth Rodriguez, benefiting LAByrinth Theater Company.
Flanagan, who will be the theatre's first female ED in its history, succeeds David Schmitz, who joins the leadership at OSF.
The new streaming service Broadway on Demand will honor Memorial Day with a special live stream of the musical.
The designer-driven project, launching online in June, is co-curated by Tony winner Clint Ramos and Cha See.
The lineup features a world premiere and three earlier productions, including the 2013 revival of The Weir, re-imagined for the screen.
Logo's new series, inspired by the soapy dramas of the '80s, centers on the fight of ownership for a historic gay bar.
The Off-Broadway theatre will expand the ways it supports early-career writers artistically, financially, and emotionally.
The cohort of 12 emerging directors first convened last fall, with a new group to be announced this summer.
The evening will feature performances from Hamilton's Solea Pfeiffer and SIX's Adrianna Hicks plus appearances by John Lithgow and others.
The free live stream is part of MCC Theater's Live Labs: One Acts programming.
Michael R. Jackson's A Strange Loop, Lucas Hnath's Dana H., and Aaron Posner's Life Sucks are among this year's winners.
Composer Heather Christian is one of this year's five Working Farm residents who will create work on the farm in September.
Paula Vogel, Larissa FastHorse, and Donnetta Lavinia Grays are among the contributors to 3Views, founded by Sarah Ruhl and Julia Jordan.
Six playwrights are the recipients of the commissions from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Initiative and Manhattan Theatre Club.
The upcoming live event will feature over 100 Ars Nova alums and run throughout the night.
The fundraising campaign is organized by designers Cha See and Kimie Nishikawa.
Tony nominees Delroy Lindo and Clarke Peters also star in the new Netflix series from Oscar winner Lee, out this summer.
The free, one-night-only concert is live streamed on Broadway on Demand May 18 at 8 PM ET.