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Zoom technique classes, rehearsing with masks and then, at last, “Back to work!” for a performance at Kaatsbaan in New York
“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.
Michael Pastreich’s exit and the season cancellation arrive on the heels of covid-19 cases after the ballet’s June gala.
Deborah Rutter says action is needed to close $23 million budget gap from pandemic-related shutdown.
The revised schedule includes Broadway, dance, opera and orchestra events built around hope for a new phase of the pandemic.
Theater vets Warren Adams and T. Oliver Reid have teamed up with a philanthropist to find jobs for young black colleagues.
In the absence of live performance, the competition show offers insights into the art — especially its human side.
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.
The fallout is a lesson for other arts groups. They must build trust to reopen.
Kent’s announcement comes in the wake of the ballet’s in-person gala after which multiple attendees were diagnosed with the virus.
“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.
Area theater students produce audio versions of three classic plays after traditional summer repertory season is canceled.
The joy of social dancing is now tempered by the fear of contagion.
The Alden Theatre’s “Small Change” is a hybrid of the drive-in and live performance.
Your fine arts to-do list: Lorraine Hansberry, Michaelangelo, Richard Nelson and Shakespeare.
The holiday staple alone can help keep a company afloat all year long.
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.
To survive this pandemic and beyond, dance, theater and opera need to get online fast, according to the new streaming platform for the arts.
One-actor adaptation of Oscar Wilde novel is a world premiere.
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.
Theater actors are learning to navigate being together 24/7 and living without a stage.
Krumper’s in-your-face stomping forges an unlikely connection with the LAPD.
Yet another police killing galvanizes the theater community, but will it change what they produce?
Stories from Giovanni Boccaccio’s ‘The Decameron’ to be made available online.