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15 Questions in 15 Minutes with Broadway’s ‘Aladdin’ star Major Attaway

In 2016, Major Attaway - a more than 20-year veteran entertainer who began his career in the Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas area - made his...

Tony and Grammy winner John Lloyd Young returns to NYC for...

Fans in NYC have been waiting for nearly a year since John Lloyd Young, who was scheduled for a six-night engagement at Feinstein’s/54 Below...

Award-winning vocalist Jeff Harnar offers ‘A Collective Cy’ salute to Cy...

On Monday, January 31, at 7 pm, Birdland Jazz Club will present acclaimed vocalist Jeff Harnar and his salute to the legendary Emmy, Grammy,...

Broadway theaters to dim their lights in honor of Sidney Poitier

To commemorate the life of prolific actor, director, and cultural icon Sidney Poitier (1927-2022), who died of heart failure at his Beverly Hills home...

Be An #ArtsHero/Arts Workers United to testify before Congress

The national non-partisan grassroots campaign Be An #ArtsHero, which has evolved into Arts Workers United, has worked closely with Democratic and Republican representatives over...

Celebrate MLK Day with a free virtual concert from Off-Broadway’s NYTF...

In honor of Martin Luther King Day on Monday are two free online offerings - one a rebroadcast of an annual concert, the other...

2-for-1 tickets for NYC Broadway Week and updated COVID-19 protocols

After a two-year hiatus during the pandemic, NYC Broadway Week – a twice-yearly celebration produced by NYC & Company in partnership with The Broadway...

Off-Broadway’s award-winning ‘The Last Boy’ to commemorate Holocaust Remembrance Day in...

It was announced this week that The Last Boy . . . a new play with music by Steven Fisher, which had its sold-out...

Go backstage with the stars in ‘Great Performances – Reopening: The...

As part of its #PBSForTheArts programming – a multiplatform campaign that began last spring to celebrate the arts in America - PBS will air...

American Shakespeare Center gets new AD and sets new season

With Artistic Director Brandon Carter and a new leadership structure, the troubled company rebounds and resumes performances in February. 

A musical melodramedy with a message in ‘The Streets of New...

First presented at Off-Broadway’s Irish Repertory Theatre in 2002, in the aftermath of 9/11, The Streets of New York is back live on stage...

Streaming selections from BPN, Off-Broadway’s Red Bull Theater, and Club44 Records

If the cold weather and COVID are keeping you inside, here are three star-studded streaming selections for listening and viewing this month that will...

The classical ‘Salomon Series’ by Peoples’ Symphony Concerts goes live and...

The Town Hall continues is centennial season celebration in a collaboration with Peoples’ Symphony Concerts (PSC) - NYC’s oldest concert series offering some of...

Broadway’s ‘Mrs. Doubtfire’ announces a two-month hiatus

December is typically a boomtime for ticket sales to Broadway shows, followed by a post-holiday decline in January-February. But this season, with the unprecedented...

An electrifying night of songs and stories with ‘John Cameron Mitchell...

With its huge cult following of “Hed-heads” and significant place in both theater and LGBTQIA history, the four-time Tony Award-winning alt-culture musical Hedwig and...

15 Questions in 15 Minutes that don’t go wrong with Chris...

Since moving to the US, British-born and NYC-based Chris Lanceley from Liverpool, who has appeared on network television (FBI; Blue Bloods) and Off-Broadway, is...

Free December streamings from NYC’s The Mint and The Bad Kids

Through the pandemic shutdown, theaters reopening, and many performances currently being canceled to ensure safety, NYC companies continue to present online shows. Among the...

Darlene Love gives it all and gets it back from NYC...

Legendary singer and actress Darlene Love treated NYC fans to her extraordinary talents in a one-night-only concert at The Town Hall, Love for the...

Three mid-century icons take a long trip in the Broadway premiere...

Typically lasting eight to twelve hours, a trip on LSD, because of the distorted perception of time induced by the drug, can feel much...

COVID-19 updates on show schedules from The Broadway League and The...

With the surge of COVID-19 infections in NYC and the now daily announcements of the need to cancel scheduled performances of shows both on...