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Recipients named for NYSAF NEXUS grants and The Kleban Prize

The 2021 recipients of two prestigious theater initiatives for developing artists – one new, one well-established - have been named by New York Stage...

Celebrate the 25th anniversary of ‘Rent’ with the New York Theatre...

2021 marks a major date in American theater history: the 25th anniversary of the opening of Jonathan Larson’s groundbreaking rock musical Rent, which will...

Two must-see streams on Monday give perspectives on empathy and Shakespeare

As says the old English proverb - popularized by Jacobean playwright John Fletcher in his 1624 play A Wife for a Month - March is...

First annual ‘LGBTQ Short Play Festival’ from Triangle Rainbow Productions

In partnership with Van Dirk Fisher (Founding Artistic Director of the Riant Theatre/Strawberry One-Act Festival), Triangle Rainbow Productions Executive Director Anthony Fusco is presenting...

Off-Broadway offerings for the weekend

There’s a full slate of streaming options coming this weekend from Off-Broadway and Off-Off-Broadway, with a multi-faceted variety that truly offers something for everyone,...

Chapter two of ‘Myths and Hymns’ from MasterVoices

MasterVoices - the country’s first interracial and interfaith chorus, founded by famed American choral conductor Robert Shaw in 1941 - continues its presentation of...

Classic plays from Red Bull and Mint streaming on Monday

Two acclaimed Off-Broadway companies continue their mission of presenting rarely produced plays from the past, and works by undeservedly forgotten women dramatists, with virtual...

Observing Purim with NYTF and the Congress for Jewish Culture

In celebration of Purim next week - the spring festival held to commemorate the defeat of Haman's plot to massacre the Jews, as recorded...

All-star virtual reading of ‘Broadway Baby’ children’s book on Sunday

A star-studded online reading of the new best-selling illustrated children’s book Broadway Baby, written by theater operator and producer Russell Miller (Guys & Dolls, Blood Brothers, Paramour,...

New play festivals from TRU and LAByrinth streaming next week

On Sunday, February 21, beginning at 5 pm, Theater Resources Unlimited (TRU) - the leading non-profit network for developing theater professionals - presents its...

Model Majority celebrates the Lunar New Year with a Saturday night...

On Saturday, February 20, at 8 pm, NYC’s premiere Asian American sketch comedy team, Model Majority, founded by Veronica Dang in 2018, presents a...

A university’s need to ‘Adjust the Procedure’ amidst pandemic crises and...

A co-presentation by JCS Theater Company and Spin Cycle, the world premiere of Adjust the Procedure, written and directed by Jake Shore (award-winning Off-Broadway...

Intrepid Museum’s Kids Week offers performing arts programs on Wednesday

Kids Week (February 15-19) at the Intrepid Museum is going virtual this year, with dozens of streaming demonstrations, shows, workshops, performances, and special guests...

A virtual remount of ‘Borders’ examines international separation and connection in...

Amidst the ongoing pandemic shutdown of live performance venues, Off-Off-Broadway’s Dirty Laundry Theatre adapted emerging Israeli playwright Nimrod Danishman’s original stage play Borders, which...

Marsha Mason leads an all-star cast in Keen Company’s ‘Sorry, Wrong...

Off-Broadway’s Drama Desk and Obie Award-winning Keen Company continues its 21st season with an all-star audio presentation of Lucille Fletcher’s classic radio thriller Sorry,...

A weekend of Valentine concerts from Broadway favorites

Valentine’s Day falls on Sunday this year, but the celebration is not limited to just one day. Three favorites from the NYC stage are...

A return to the performing arts with 100 days of ‘NY...

Governor Andew M. Cuomo has just announced that, beginning on Saturday, February 20, an unprecedented and expansive festival featuring hundreds of pop-up performances (many...

Selections for streaming this week

Numbering among this week’s assorted streaming selections are a timely discussion, a revealing interactive phone call, and the remount of an iconic concert from...

15 Questions in 15 Minutes with Andrew Barth Feldman

At the age of eighteen, Long Island native Andrew Barth Feldman has already far surpassed his Warholian fifteen minutes of fame and has a...

Choreographer Jenn Rose is honored with the 4th annual SDCF Breakout...

The not-for-profit Stage Directors and Choreographers Foundation (SDCF), founded in 1965, as an affiliate of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society, has announced that...