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The production, created by Richard Curtis and John Doyle, will feature new songs by the composer and some of his most well-known.
The Off Broadway theater will present works by Craig Lucas and Halley Feiffer, as well as the first major New York showings for Larissa FastHorse and Tori Sampson.
Matthew Broderick, Mary-Louise Parker and Tavi Gevinson will appear this summer in plays by Douglas Carter Beane, Adam Rapp and Carson McCullers.
Ms. Perlman will assume Ms. O’Donnell’s part in the New Group production of David Rabe’s “Good for Otto.”
For the first time, a production from Public Works, the Public Theater’s participatory theater program, will be part of the free summer shows in Central Park.
“Three Wise Guys” will be the final production for the Actors Company Theater.
The Curran Theater in San Francisco will host “Head Over Heels” from April 10 to May 6 to start off the theater’s first full season after being renovated.
This year’s Kleban Prizes go to Alan Schmuckler, Amanda Yesnowitz, and Christian Duhamel.
These showcases tend to highlight the experimental and the offbeat.
The 32 plays and musicals currently on Broadway brought in $35,796,213 between Dec. 18 and Dec. 24, almost $5 million more than last year.
Her new play “P____ Sludge,” which won the 2017 Relentless Award, tells the story of a woman who menstruates crude oil.
Artists who died this year left behind gripping scenes, profound turns of phrase, unforgettable melodies and plenty of laughter. We pay tribute to a few of the most notable — through their…
The actress Marin Ireland and the lawyer Norman Siegel announced a six-month pilot project to offer the confidential service to the theater community.
The nonprofit theater in TriBeCa will offer three world premieres in its coming season, starting with a new play by Steph Del Rosso on Jan. 22.
“A Tribute to Barbara Cook” will honor her life and work with a night of songs, stories and speeches on Dec. 18. Ms. Cook died this year at age 89.
Two theaters pulled plays from their schedules after The New York Times reported the accusations of nine women.
The singer’s sold-out solo show, “Springsteen on Broadway,” was extended from Feb. 28 through June 30, 2018.
A landmark play about gay life returns to the stage, this time on Broadway.
The January event is notable for introducing works outside the theatrical mainstream.
She will perform alongside Ed Harris, Amy Madigan and F. Murray Abraham in the New Group production of “Good for Otto.”
The pledge of 10 million Canadian dollars, or about $7.8 million, is intended to help pay for a new theater space for the annual festival.
The musical, about dueling cosmetics executives, will wrap up on Nov. 5.