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Coming soon from Red Bull, The Public, and MasterVoices

Three favorite NYC companies have new offerings making their virtual debut next week, in a variety of genres and styles. So whether you prefer...

A long struggle in ‘Whiterock Cliff’ with surviving depression and telling...

Right from the start, Ryan McCurdy warns us that he won’t be telling the truth. Or maybe he does, at least in part, in...

Joe Iconis and Family streaming live at Adelphi University on Sunday

As part of Adelphi University’s Live from Adelphi concert series, Tony-nominated Be More Chill composer Joe Iconis and his close-knit group of collaborators (lovingly...

Mark your calendar for a weekend lineup with Empathy, Heart, and...

Top offerings for the upcoming weekend include two online concerts and conversations, and a live outdoor solo show at a popular off-off-Broadway venue, so...

Everyman Theatre updates slate of plays for 30th-anniversary season

After delivering on the promise of rehearsing, filming, and streaming the first two production of the season, Queens Girl: Black in the Green Mountains...

New this week from Ballet Hispánico, Audible, and the Guggenheim

This week’s offering include a retrospective celebration of Latino dance, an audio play from the Williamstown Theatre Festival, and a museum pop-up performance by...

NY PopsUp at Broadway’s St. James Theatre

On Saturday, April 3, 2021, NY PopsUp - the statewide initiative to reinvigorate the arts – presented the first performance in more than a...

New audio series and app from the Broadway Podcast Network

Today is the day that a variety of NYC shows and venues following all COVID-19 safety protocol have been given the official go-ahead to...

An upcoming auction of ‘Stage & Screen’ memorabilia to benefit The...

In partnership with two-time Tony Award-winning actress Christine Baranski and Doyle Auctioneers & Appraisers, The Actors Fund – providing human services for the performing...

Nominations are in for the 87th annual Drama League Awards

The Drama League Awards, first presented in 1922, and formalized in 1935, have the distinction of being the oldest national theatrical honors, in addition...

Reopening of The Green Room 42 and return of the ‘Boy...

Among the first of the NYC venues to reopen on April 2, in accordance with Mayor Bill de Blasio’s safety guidelines for the return...

Celebrate and support ‘Pajama Cast Party’ and ‘Broadway Backwards’ this week

Start your week with a bang on Monday and Tuesday with two free events that celebrate the stars and shows of Broadway and also...

Online now from Florencia Cuenca, the Al Hirschfeld Foundation, and The...

Among the range of current theater-based online offerings are a new interpretation of a familiar song from a hit Broadway musical, an exhibition of...

Four Korean girls defy the male gaze in feminist thriller ‘Man...

The Strand Theater Company proudly partners with Asian Pasifika Arts Collective to present Man of God by Anna Moench. The virtual production is directed...

Weekend streaming selections from Keen Company and Dzieci Theatre

The debut of a new audio play for our times and the virtual revival of an annual Eastertime event are among the compelling offerings...

Feeling the love for ‘Amour’ with Jennifer Sánchez

Set in the picturesque Parisian district of Montmartre shortly after World War II, Amour is a musical fantasy adapted from the 1943 short story...

Classics from Miles Malleson and Tennessee Williams streaming this week

If you’re an aficionado of theatrical classics and period pieces, you can connect online this week with an all-star reading of a world-renowned drama...

15 Questions in 15 Minutes with stage and screen star Adrienne...

From her Broadway debut in Fiddler on the Roof and her award-winning performance as Rizzo in the original Broadway production of Grease, to her...

Washington Stage Guild revives Shaw’s ‘Devil’s Disciple’ with simplicity and skill

Many well-made and renowned plays are rarely seen onstage. Extensive staging requirements, such as multiple locations or an expansive cast of characters, often give...

A global community celebrates Passover with ‘The Third Seder’ concert on...

In the 1960s, young survivors of the Holocaust, striving to express their communal resilience and that of their mother-tongue, began the tradition of The...