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Ari Roth founded Mosaic Theater Company after being fired by Theater J. He resigned under pressure after complaints from staff.
Our critics and writers have selected noteworthy cultural events to experience virtually.
Many seasonal mainstays have been reimagined for online viewing this year. Here are some of our favorites, from “A Christmas Carol” to Handel’s “Messiah.”
The first coronavirus shutdown caught playhouses unawares, but they learned lessons that stood them in good stead when the shutters came down again.
The life of Emilia Bassano Lanier is interwoven with Shakespeare’s in a boisterous British comedy.
With fewer guests at the table this Thanksgiving, theatrical reminders that food, drink and reminiscence can unsettle as well as comfort.
Williamstown Theater Festival’s summer season is now a winter experiment, all on audio. That includes “A Streetcar Named Desire,” recorded in actor’s closets.
The actress may be nearing the end as Melania Trump on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert,” but she has plenty of other projects and passions to keep her busy.
Macy’s had to rip up its usual script and plan a new parade with the coronavirus in mind. There will be Rockettes, but don’t expect a kickline.
The Westchester Broadway Theater was one of the last remaining professional dinner theaters in the country.
Ashley Park is practically a Broadway veteran and has been nominated for a Tony and Grammy.
With its latest show, the Geffen Playhouse in Los Angeles has cornered the American market on long-running, agreeable online theater.
Actors’ Equity and SAG-AFTRA agreement clears the way for more entertainment during the pandemic winter.
They’re attractive, young and tech savvy, but their 24 hours don’t add up to much.
Our critics and writers have selected noteworthy cultural events to experience virtually or in person in New York City.
In theaters before the second shutdown, and online once playhouses were closed, actors and comedians have tried to cheer up France.
Constance Wu and Samira Wiley star in a Zoom-ified Chekhov play, and Ars Nova punches above its weight with a 24-hour telethon.
Lee and Kwame Kwei-Armah will write the movie musical, about the invention of the little blue pill, which will feature music by Stew Stewart and Heidi Rodewald.
An all-star cast came together, remotely and in socially distanced shoots, to turn Ta-Nehisi Coates’s memoir into a vivid amalgam of art, music and performance for HBO.
Drawing on interviews with soldiers and classical texts, Theater Mitu’s experimental collage is visually absorbing but thematically fuzzy.
The star and co-creator of “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” wryly explores adolescent angst, adult trauma and musical theater in a new memoir, “I Want to Be Where the Normal People Are.”
In “This Is Not My Memoir,” the co-star of “My Dinner With André” remembers his many theatrical provocations.
The author didn’t know when she’d be able to work again in America. So she was thrilled to go to Helsinki to help stage a new “Jekyll & Hyde.”
Michael Riedel’s “Singular Sensation” tracks the blockbuster successes of the 1990s.
Four new shows are part of a movement to engage more directly in the debates of our times — sometimes even stealing the script.
Connection or isolation? Intensity or escape? This spate of shows that put the watcher to work are rewarding, but often in contrasting ways.
She had a leading role as an uptight debutante-turned-hippie in the original Broadway production. She died of Covid-19.
The 54-year-old man fell from a ladder above the stage at the theater that most recently hosted “Beetlejuice.”
A second lockdown has put productions on hold and added extra drama to an already fraught theater season.
Mr. Horovitz found success Off Broadway, working with actors who later became household names. But his career was tarnished when women came forward to describe a pattern of sexual misconduct…