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“Stories of a Lifetime” jumps from off-Broadway to Audible, revealing glimpses of the CBS newsman on and off the job.
How a comedy of errors on Irish Twitter led to an honorary doctorate in hairdressing.
Theater vets Warren Adams and T. Oliver Reid have teamed up with a philanthropist to find jobs for young black colleagues.
New York Theatre Workshop, the birthplace of “Rent,” puts its faith in artistic “instigators.”
“Celia and Fidel” is set to be the first play on a roster that includes two new musicals.
Pandemic losses force more ‘tragic’ cuts, but the company vows to come back strong.
“And So We Come Forth” and “Les Blancs” are powerful in very different ways.
With coronavirus measures on and off the stage, American Shakespeare Center readies a July 25 restart.
Your fine arts to-do list: Lorraine Hansberry, Michaelangelo, Richard Nelson and Shakespeare.
No reopening date is scheduled, though producers are looking at next spring.
Lin-Manuel Miranda says “conventional wisdom is wrong”; now is the perfect time to stream the filmed version of his juggernaut stage musical.
Artistic Director Eric Schaeffer leaves the Arlington company after allegations resurface on social media.
Arena Stage enlists playwrights, actors and ordinary people to represent one single day in the covid era. “May 22, 2020” debuts online this weekend.
Theater J and Round House will stay shuttered until 2021. But Mosaic may be back this summer.
Yet another police killing galvanizes the theater community, but will it change what they produce?
Through collaborations like “You Can’t Stop the Beat,” the Actors Fund has amassed more than $27 million in aid.
Michael Kaiser puts his turnaround skills to work dispensing survival advice for a pandemic.
Helder Guimarães’s buoyant magic show is a tonic for what ails us in isolation.
Actors’ Equity issues “core principles” to ensure the coronavirus-related safety of its members.
Weekly episodes of ‘Homebound’ are a welcome tonic for our time in isolation.
One upside of the pandemic: Dramatists, producers and directors are filling the online space with innovative, creative endeavors — and involving the viewer.
The musical is the first major long-standing Broadway property to shutter.
Woolly Mammoth postpones Michael R. Jackson’s unconventional musical to summer 2021.
In print and online, dramatic art can still be devoured.
The chain reaction of cancellations continues, with the scrapping of a national tour’s summer launch.
This is the first in a series in which our critics reflect on artistic endeavors that have inspired and moved them.
Joy Zinoman’s conservatory moves closer to opening a new home in the District.
Assembling “1776” proves deeply emotional for a gallery of actors and designers.
A dream team comes to the web to pay tribute to a 90-year-old composer, and lift all spirits.
A production of a Greek tragedy that can’t be seen becomes a metaphor for what we are going through.
American Shakespeare Center in Staunton, Va., like all arts groups, is scrambling to make up box-office revenue.