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15 Questions in 15 Minutes with ‘A Strange Loop’ star James...

The one and “onliest” James Jackson, Jr. is a New York City-based actor, performance artist, Kabarettist, vocal coach, producer, and everything else a fabulous...

Touring artists to take CenterStage at Reston Community Center

Even as it faces the challenges of COVID-19, the Reston Community Center CenterStage has programmed a Professional Touring Artists Series that aims “to help...

Off-Broadway top picks: Feminist hits ‘Gloria: A Life’ and ‘Bella Bella’...

If you missed seeing them live at the theater, Gloria: A Life and Bella Bella, two popular Off-Broadway shows from the 2018 and 2019...

Coming to you online this week!

A conversation with New York’s most lauded playwright of the past season and an all-star digital world-premiere musical are among the offerings streaming early...

Celebrating the 2020 awards of the Dramatists Guild Foundation, Dramatists Guild,...

Last night, the Dramatists Guild Foundation (DGF - a national charity that supports playwrights, composers, lyricists, and book writers at all stages of their...

The New Group and #WhileWeBreathe present must-see shows to watch this...

Two compelling mid-week offerings with weighty themes take different approaches – one profoundly dramatic, one bitingly comic - to deliver their timely messages of...

Alt-cabaret artist and actor Kim David Smith talks about his new...

Cabaret sensation Kim David Smith just released his first concert album Live at Joe’s Pub earlier this month, recorded during one of his recurrent...

Andrew Goren discusses the growing value of ‘Harmony Helper’ in light...

In 2017, when Andrew Goren, CEO and Founder of Harmony Helper, developed the new digital app to help vocalists with singing, rehearsing, and perfecting...

Top picks for a streaming hot Saturday

It’s not just the weather that’s steaming; there are some sizzling shows streaming this Saturday to keep you entertained and engaged, with a choreographed...

15 Questions in 15 Minutes with Broadway’s Jennifer Sánchez

Actress, singer/songwriter, and Albuquerque, New Mexico native Jennifer Sánchez made her Broadway debut in the 2009 revival West Side Story, singing the iconic “America"...

Irish Repertory Theatre revisits ‘The Weir’ in a haunting new digital...

For the second installment of its online 2020 summer season, Off-Broadway’s Irish Repertory Theatre is presenting an all-new third-time revival of Dublin-born playwright Conor...

Arena Stage announces new season to begin in January 2021

In a swift pivot, Arena Stage has recently announced an upcoming season that reflects their commitment to compelling, dynamic work packed with drama, humor, music,...

Weekend update: New releases of songs and stories

This weekend’s top online offerings include a new album release of a cabaret concert from a favorite downtown nightclub, a virtual variety show featuring...

A telling and powerful serial podcast of ‘Richard II’ by The...

Although COVID-19 has caused the cancellation of this year’s outdoor summer performances of free Shakespeare in the Park, it hasn’t stopped The Public Theater...

The Kennedy Center introduces multiple social impact initiatives

The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts has recently revealed a plan for several ongoing and long-term social impact initiatives—and the urgency...

Recipients of the 65th annual Obie Awards

Following two postponements of its annual presentation, in May and June, in light of the coronavirus crisis and in support of the Black Lives...

Three spectacular special events streaming this week

With the extension of the shutdown of live theater through at least January 3, 2021, the ever-creative New York theater community is continuing to...

Big events streaming tonight

Despite the coronavirus shutdown of Broadway, theater-lovers can still enjoy new works and stellar performances by favorites from The Great White Way via the...

A grassroots call for government assistance for the arts

Be An #ArtsHero - an intersectional grassroots social media campaign organized to mobilize a movement in support of emergency arts relief from the government...

Synetic Theater’s much-anticipated ‘The Decameron’ is now online

Paused a month ago out of respect for Black Lives Matter protests, Synetic Theatre's much-anticipated original series The Decameron is back on the virtual...