How to Listen to Audra McDonald, Timothée Chalamet, and More Perform For Free NPR’s Playing on Air, presenting new plays
Tracy Letts’ Mary Page Marlowe Begins Previews June 19 The new drama pieces together the portrait of an ordinary woman
Donja R. Love’s Sugar in Our Wounds Opens Off-Broadway The Manhattan Theatre Club production continues its run at New York
Stage Directions: Doug Hughes Reveals the Biggest Mistake He Ever Made as a Director The Tony-winning director shares the one
Nathan Lee Graham Is The Wiz at the St. Louis Muny The 1974 musical begins performances June 19 at the
Once On This Island Receives 12th Annual ACCA Award for Outstanding Broadway Chorus June 19 The award is presented by
Trenton Grieves After a Shooting at Event That Was ‘a Beacon’ Rival gangs opened fire at an overnight art event
Behind the ‘Buffalo Billion,’ a Bid-Rigging Scheme Emerges Dr. Alain Kaloyeros, the architect of many of Governor Cuomo’s economic development
New York’s Elite Girls Schools Are Starting to Admit Transgender Students The Brearley School in Manhattan announced that all applicants
Lawsuit Says Voting System in Long Island Town Shuts Out Latinos The suit seeks to change the town of Islip’s
Metropolitan Diary: Celebrity Twofer Seeing one famous face but missing another.
First Look at Anna Netrebko and Plácido Domingo in Berlin State Opera’s Macbeth The production runs through July 2.
James H. Tully Jr., Former New York State Tax Chief, Dies at 87 He signed a tax pact with Connecticut,
Get a Sneak Peek at Liz Callaway and Christy Altomare Singing ‘Journey to the Past’ Together The Anastasia stars of
How Do You Cover Up Falling Asleep on a Broadway Stage While Holding an Accordian? This week in the life