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The actor, who won a Tony Award for playing a baseball star’s business manager in the Broadway revival of Richard Greenberg’s 2002 play, called the role the most personal of his career.
A concussion nearly derailed the actor’s fan-favorite turn as the madcap, black-and-white striped ghoul. But he recovered in time for the closing show.
Some of the devotees of ‘Titanique,’ which recently moved to the larger Daryl Roth Theater after months of sold-out shows, have seen it more than a dozen times.
‘Walking With Ghosts,’ which closed Nov. 20, allowed the Irish actor to showcase his passion for the humor of everyday life.
In Times Square, a 26,000-square-foot space details the history of theater with objects like Patti LuPone’s “Evita” wig, a Jets jacket from “West Side Story” and more.
The actress, who won fans for her turn as a wary prep cook on “The Bear,” makes her Broadway debut in “Between Riverside and Crazy.”
Highlights include Robert Icke’s moral thriller “The Doctor” and the tenor Jonas Kaufmann in a staging of Franz Schubert’s final songs.
The comedian, 44, discussed his one-man Broadway show that opens this month, his love for Taylor Swift and why he doesn’t actually hate the Y.M.C.A.
After critically acclaimed turns in “Station Eleven” and “The Harder They Fall,” her latest role hit close to home. That’s why she was hesitant to take it on.
Jonelle Procope, who transformed the Harlem organization from a struggling nonprofit to an internationally recognized cultural center, will leave in June after two decades in the role.
Sarah Benson and Meropi Peponides, who have directed the company with Cynthia Flowers since 2019, will depart to focus more on their own creative output.
Sam Primack, the final actor to play Evan Hansen on Broadway, reflects on the musical and clearing out that rack of striped blue polos.
The Tony Award-winning actress will step into the role of the musical’s narrator, now known as Missus Hermes.
The group recently arrived in New York to perform “Mom on Skype,” first staged in April in Lviv, at the Irondale Center this weekend.
A Broadway actress, documentary filmmaker and DC comic artist are among this year’s recipients. They were selected by fellow disabled artists from a pool of about 60 nominees.
The former secretary of state moderated a discussion on Friday afternoon about successes and barriers for women working in the theater.
“A Transparent Musical,” with music and lyrics by Faith Soloway, will have its world premiere in May 2023 at Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles.
A Bengali-English play and a meditation on the work of Whitney Houston are among the offerings.
The American premiere of the brutal play “A Little Life,” a drag-infused Hamlet and an immersive celestial installation highlight the festival’s latest iteration.
The new production, an adaptation of the classic 1984 martial arts film, is onstage now just outside St. Louis and aiming for a Broadway run.
A life-size likeness of the pioneering playwright will be unveiled in June as part of a new initiative to honor her legacy.
Members of the cast and creative team from the original production, as well as the current Off Broadway revival, look back on how the show came together and discuss its enduring influence.
The collection of approximately 7,700 items, donated by Simon’s widow, includes dozens of unfinished shows, including a screenplay written for Bette Midler and Whoopi Goldberg.
The British Congolese playwright earned the $25,000 prize for her memoir-monologue that deals with Black identity and displacement.
A revival of the Tony-winning Cyndi Lauper-Harvey Fierstein collaboration will begin performances at Stage 42 in July.
The “Schitt’s Creek” star makes his Broadway debut this month in Tracy Letts’s new comedy “The Minutes.”
The showcase of work by contemporary American playwrights will not take place this year, either in person or online — and after that, it’s up in the air.
Rajiv Joseph’s new play, which chronicles the bond between two LeBron James fans over 12 years, is having its world premiere at Steppenwolf in Chicago.
The 35-year-old Off Broadway company and actor training center will open a new space, which will include a 60-seat theater and five sound studios, in April.
Nearly 60 cast and crew members have tested positive since rehearsals began. Now, following a 10-day shutdown during previews, opening night is near.
From in-person and virtual performances to exhibitions and tours, the city offers plenty of options for honoring the civil rights leader this year.