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Audible offers free audio-plays of hits from the New York stage

For a limited time, Audible Theater, a division of Amazon, is offering free audio versions of a selection of popular stage productions from the...

Announcement of two emergency grants for the theater community with application...

In response to the widespread impact of COVID-19 on the theater community, two more philanthropic organizations have recently announced the availability, by application, of...

A new pocket anthology of ‘Sondheim: Lyrics’ to commemorate his 90th...

This month marked the 90th birthday of Broadway icon Stephen Sondheim (b. March 22, 1930, NYC). The milestone in the life of the eight-time...

Feinstein’s/54 Below launches its ‘At Home’ series of free cabaret concert...

Starting this evening, Feinstein’s/54 Below will offer an At Home series of free one-time-only streamings of its popular cabaret concerts to keep audiences entertained...

The ‘Boy Band Brunch’ is on! An interview with The Boy...

With the current shutdown of all performance venues in New York, The Boy Band Project has found the perfect solution to keep its popular...

Broadway coronavirus updates: emergency relief agreement for union employees and two...

The coronavirus has upended the old maxim “The show must go on.” It was just announced that two major productions, which had been suspended...

How the closure of NYC theaters affects press agents: an interview...

With this week’s government-ordered closure of all theaters and performance venues in NYC, we’ve all become aware of the impact the safety precautions implemented...

15 Questions in 15 Minutes with Erik Ransom

Composer, lyricist, librettist, actor, singer, musician – Erik Ransom does it all, and does it all so famously that the New York-based artist was...

The coronavirus makes the lights go out on Broadway: all shows...

It was just announced by The Broadway League that all Broadway performances are suspended immediately, in the midst of the busy opening season. This...

Conor McPherson takes a new approach to the jukebox musical in...

In Girl from the North Country, playing an open engagement at Broadway’s Belasco Theatre following successful runs in London and Off-Broadway at The Public...

One family’s struggle with immigration and deportation in ‘72 Miles to...

Among the most widely debated topics in our country, not just during this current primary election season but over the past decade, are the...

A masterful exhibition of conceptual art and clowning by Joel Jeske...

As you enter the Jeffrey and Paula Gural Theatre at A.R.T/NY, you make your way through a professionally installed conceptual art exhibit, in which...

Concept overshadows content and quality in ‘West Side Story’ at the...

Trouble and controversy have plagued Belgian director Ivo van Hove’s re-envisioned revival of West Side Story, playing an open-ended run at the Broadway Theatre,...

How is Broadway addressing the issue of the coronavirus?

The Broadway League - the national trade association for the Broadway theater industry, with more than 700 members comprising theater owners, operators, general managers,...

An emotional elegy to love and art in ‘Incantata’ at Irish...

Irish Repertory Theatre’s US premiere of Incantata, which made its acclaimed debut at the 2018 Galway International Arts Festival, is an emotion-packed elegy to...

Bittersweet lessons ‘About Love’ and life in Culture Project’s new adaptation...

Russian author Ivan Turgenev’s autobiographical short story “First Love,” first published in 1860, is the subject of a new retelling in Culture Project’s About...

Observing depression across three generations of women in ‘Anatomy of a...

Atlantic Theater Company’s American premiere of Anatomy of a Suicide by Alice Birch paints a painful and disturbing portrait of life-threatening depression across three...

A harrowing story of the abduction and abuse of ‘Dana H.’...

Award-winning playwright Lucas Hnath takes a provocative and personal approach to an acutely disturbing crime story and its aftermath in his latest work Dana...

A wild lampoon of the Wild West in Clubbed Thumb’s ‘Tumacho’...

Following its premiere run of Ethan Lipton’s Tumacho in 2016, Clubbed Thumb (a resident company of Playwrights Horizons) is back with the Obie Award-winning...

15 Questions in 15 Minutes with Broadway’s Mauricio Martinez

A native of Monterrey, Mexico, and resident of New York City, Mauricio Martinez’s ongoing “fifteen minutes of fame” have spread like wildfire throughout his...

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