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The event, organized by Nattalyee Randall and Courtney Daniels, will feature such guest speakers as Broadway for Racial Justice founder Brandon Michael Nase and AFECT co-founder Eden Espinos…
“I am profoundly sorry for the pain my behavior caused to individuals,” the producer said in a statement.
The Andrew Lloyd Webber-Tim Rice musical will play Tokyo in July.
The Tony winner shared an impassioned video calling for humanity and integrity in the theatre industry, saying, “social justice is actually more important than being a sparkling diamond.”
Actors' Equity Association, SAG-AFTRA, and the American Federation of Musicians Local 802 released a joint statement.
The site offers hope for a reopening on the horizon—and a job to some out-of-work stage folk.
The lineup includes Joyce DiDonato in two different Cinderella operas.
The program, championed by the industry as the "Save Our Stages" act, was slated to begin accepting applications April 9.
Eligible applicants include Broadway theatre owners and producers, who can receive up to $10 million.
The Daryl Roth Theatre welcomes back audiences for a fitting story about finding hope in darkness.
The mayoral candidate announced his ideas to save the theatre industry April 5.
"Script coordinators free up creators to focus on creation rather than the nitty-gritty, and I’ve gotten to see firsthand how much of a difference that makes."
The Metropolitan Opera’s latest lineup of virtual offerings includes The Nose, Eugene Onegin, and Roméo et Juliette.
As the U.S. approaches COVID-19 vaccine eligibility for all adults, the union has updated its guidelines for a slowly reopening theatrical landscape.
Tony winners Savion Glover and Nathan Lane entertained frontline workers from the Actors Fund and Broadway Cares during the special NY PopsUp event.
Reopening is on the horizon. Here's what theatres should consider before the curtain rises.
The presentation, which debuted in London last year, now runs at the Daryl Roth Theatre.
A cast of predominantly LGBTQIA+ and BIPOC artists will present the play by the late Larry Kramer.
The Town Hall series goes online this spring, with three concerts highlighting different eras of musical theatre.
The stage adaptation of the 1988 film is expected to debut at Ogunquit Playhouse.
Lin-Manuel Miranda's musical is currently running in Sydney (and Sydney only). Read the reviews here.
Choreographer Caleb Teicher and pianist-composer Conrad Tao presented their collaboration as part of Works & Process' new series.
As virtual performances remain the norm, the "Tech Kits for Performing Artists" program offers a lifeline to those in the digital wings.
The Grammy-winning country star and Broadway alum hopes to bring the tale of the 17th-century “liberator of women” to the stage.
The U.K. venue will also present the stage adaptation of Hirokazu Kore-eda's After Life in June.
Mayor Bill de Blasio confirmed the city’s commitment to having Broadway welcome back audiences by fall.
The infectious disease expert addressed arts leaders during a National Endowment for the Arts webinar.
Isaac Q Grivett has worked on such shows as Moulin Rouge!, Frozen, The Cher Show, and Beetlejuice.
The postponement comes after members of the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company tested positive for COVID-19.
Among those newly added to the cast is Wicked and Les Misérables favorite Samuel Edwards as Billy Crocker.
The series will include performances from Les Ballet Afrik, Anthony Roth Costanzo, Caleb Teicher & Company, Conrad Tao, and more.