New York City Theater

Not-to-be-missed streams from Broadway Podcast Network and Irish Repertory Theatre

Among the must-see digital offerings to take us into November are a serial podcast send-up of the soap-opera antics that go on with a...

Oh, what a night with The Doo Wop Project!

After a long seven-month hiatus necessitated by the COVID-19 closure of live-on-stage performances, The Doo Wop Project made its highly anticipated return last night...

Virtual thrills for Halloween week

While Halloween parties and trick-or-treating may be on hold this year, you can celebrate the season and get your thrills with a spooky selection...

Book releases for theater lovers of all ages

If you’d like to catch up on your reading during this extended hiatus of live theater, these top three book selections offer a variety...

Short works series from Theater Breaking Through Barriers and Playbill Virtual...

Streaming this week and beyond are two new series of original short works from two significant mainstay organizations of the New York theater community:...

New music releases of hits from the New York stage

Among the latest releases of music from stars and shows of the New York stage are a current single with a duet performance of...

Live and online this week

While the pandemic shutdown of Broadway continues, New York theater artists continue to reach out to fans with virtual presentations and a few live...

Erik Ransom envisions ‘The World to Come’ in a new podcast...

Award-winning New York-based composer, librettist, and lyricist Erik Ransom (his hit GRINDR The Opera won London’s Off West End Award for Best New Musical...

The new bio ‘Eubie Blake: Rags, Rhythm, and Race’ recounts the...

Authors and music specialists Richard Carlin and Ken Bloom present a densely packed, meticulously researched, and painstakingly incisive portrait of a jazz icon and...

The Public Theater examines the ‘SHIPWRECK’ of our nation in a...

In a co-production with DC’s Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company (where SHIPWRECK made its American debut in February), The Public Theater presents the New York...

Nominations announced for the 2020 Tony Awards

Today at noon on YouTube, nominations for this year’s 74th annual Tony Awards were announced to honor outstanding achievements in the 2019-20 Broadway season,...

Exciting programs in the ‘New York Butoh Institute Festival 2020’ online...

First performed in 1959, by dancers Tatsumi Hijikata (1928–86) and Kazuo Ohno (1906–2010), the abstract, expressive, and unconventional art of butoh (“dance of darkness”)...

A poetic look at paintings from London’s National Gallery in ‘Give...

Founded in 1824, and ranked seventh on the list of the world’s most visited art museums in 2019, The National Gallery in London is...

Roundabout Theatre among dozens nationwide to stream ‘It Can’t Happen Here’...

In 1935, with the ascent of Hitler and Mussolini and the rise of fascism in Europe, Sinclair Lewis (the first writer from the US...

Tune in to conversations with Broadway legends Tim Rice and Marsha...

This promises to be a great month for listening, as two major stars of Broadway and beyond share their experiences and reminiscences in new...

Updates on the extended Broadway shutdown and the upcoming Tony Awards

As anticipated, it was just confirmed by The Broadway League - the national trade association for the Broadway industry - that the suspension of...

Awards announcements from the Ziegfeld Club and NYIT

As the 2020 awards season continues, two organizations – the Ziegfeld Club, Inc. and New York Innovative Theatre Awards (NYIT) - have announced updates this...

15 Questions in 15 Minutes with The Doo Wop Project’s Dwayne...

To say that Dwayne Cooper is a triple threat would be a gross under-estimation of his many talents. He’s had featured roles in the...

A benefit livestream on ‘Angels in America’ will help amfAR to...

In response to the coronavirus pandemic, amfAR (The Foundation for AIDS research) has temporarily expanded its nearly four-decade study of infectious diseases and their...

Live solo pop-up shows go outdoors in October

What happens when NYC theaters remain closed to protect artists and audiences from the spread of the coronavirus? Innovative solo performers take their acts...