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Meet The Cast of Spooky Action Theater’s ‘Collaborators’: Part 2: Joe Duquette

In Part 2 of our series with the cast of Spooky Action’s Collaborators, meet Joe Duquette. Joel: Please introduce yourself and tell our readers where...

An Interview with ‘Collaborators’ Playwright John Hodge by Roberta Alves

Playwright John Hodge fills us in on his play Collaborators which has just extended through March 13th at Spooky Action Theater. How did a film script...

Review: ‘Collaborators’ at Spooky Action Theater

In these days of a re-igniting Cold War between Russia and the United States, those old grainy black-and-white films of a long thought dead...

Meet The Cast of Spooky Action Theater’s ‘Collaborators’: Part 1: Paul Reisman

In Part 1 of our series with the cast of Spooky Action's Collaborators, meet Paul Resiman. Joel: Please introduce yourself and tell our readers where they may...

Updated online performing arts offerings

During the pandemic, an overwhelming number of arts institutions are regrouping and finding ways to keep going virtually. The following list reflects current online...

Theaters honor Dr. King’s dream by acting on #WeSeeYouWAT demands

An insurrection by far-right extremists within the U.S. Capitol; Washington, DC, looking like a war zone prepared for battle; and state capitals around the...

An all-star cast of MasterVoices launches ‘Myths and Hymns’ theatrical song cycle

As the pandemic shutdown of in-person performances continues, MasterVoices (formerly The Collegiate Chorale) is bringing its 79th 2021 season online from January through May,...

Jaime Lozano & The Familia’s ‘Songs by an Immigrant’ album gives a heartfelt voice...

Following sold-out debut cabaret concerts at Joe’s Pub and The Green Room 42 in 2019, and a featured number on Playbill’s virtual ¡Viva Broadway!...

Get a quick lift with ‘Elevator Pitch’ from Parallel Exit

Since closing its production of The Artist Will Be with You in a Moment mid-run at the A.R.T./New York Theatres this past March, with...

Erik Ransom envisions ‘The World to Come’ in a new podcast series

Award-winning New York-based composer, librettist, and lyricist Erik Ransom (his hit GRINDR The Opera won London’s Off West End Award for Best New Musical...

The new bio ‘Eubie Blake: Rags, Rhythm, and Race’ recounts the life and times...

Authors and music specialists Richard Carlin and Ken Bloom present a densely packed, meticulously researched, and painstakingly incisive portrait of a jazz icon and...

Jaime Lozano and ‘¡VIVA Broadway!’ celebrate Latinx Heritage Month

The celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month (as inaugurated by LBJ in 1968) continues in October with two more big events: a new album release...

Tony-winner John Lloyd Young of ‘Jersey Boys’ livestreams the songs of Broadway from Las...

UPDATE: Following the success of his October livestream concert discussed below, it was just announced that John Lloyd Young will return to The Space,...

Reginald Douglas and David Muse on how Studio Theatre is “doing the work”

The ground feels as if American theater might actually be shifting in the direction of change for Blacks, Indigenous people, and People of Color....

Healing with the ‘Table of Silence Project 9/11’ from Buglisi Dance Theatre and Lincoln...

This year marks the nineteenth anniversary of the tragedy of 9/11. To continue their dedication to the difficult healing process, Buglisi Dance Theatre and...

Why I am an activist artist, by JChris

As a Latino gay millennial singer-songwriter, I believe I can make a difference. I'm here because I can become one of the reasons why things...

New musical offerings to watch this week

Among this week’s top livestreams from New York are three different genres of new musical offerings – a short musical narrative, a thematic song...

Mosaic Theater announces postponements and temporary leadership change

Mosaic Theater Company has canceled its plans to open Alexandra Petri's Inherit the Wind in August and announced suspension of its on-stage season through...

The #WeSeeYou White American Theatre movement is ready to end a battle it didn’t...

Boots are on the ground. Battle lines are drawn. A collaborative network of more than 300 BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Color) theatermakers...

Five great films about theater (to help you survive staying home)

Karen Richards (Celeste Holm) the playwright’s wife: A part in a play. You’d do all that for a part in a play? Eve Harrington (Anne...