Digging Out From a Snowy Spring Day The fourth nor’easter this month dumped 20 inches of snow on parts of
U.S. Premiere of Yerma, Starring Billie Piper, Begins at the Park Avenue Armory Simon Stone’s acclaimed adaptation of Federico Garcia
Denzel Washington-Led The Iceman Cometh Begins on Broadway March 23 George C. Wolfe directs the new production of the Eugene
Look Back at Heather Headley, Sherie Rene Scott, and Adam Pascal in Aida on Broadway The show opened at the
Playbill Vault’s Today in Theatre History: March 23
De Blasio Donor Says He Steered Thousands in Bribes to Mayor’s Campaigns A Long Island restaurateur testified that Bill de
Read the Reviews for Broadway’s Frozen The new Disney musical officially opened March 22.
Police ‘Testilying’ Remains a Problem. Here Is How the Criminal Justice System Could Reduce It. After investigating police lying, our
New York G.O.P.’s Hopes Are Raised by Nixon. (Cynthia, That Is.) Republican leaders say that Cynthia Nixon’s challenge to Gov.
Robert S. Rubin, Banker Who Defended Brooklyn Museum, Dies at 86 As chairman of the Brooklyn Museum, he refused to
Metropolitan Diary: Tapping Apples Sounds from a trip to the supermarket.
With a MetroCard and Needles, a Vet Makes House Calls Dr. Jeff Levy, a veterinary acupuncturist, rides the subway to
First Look at Anthony Ramos, Vanessa Hudgens, Ana Villafañe, and More in Kennedy Center In the Heights Lin-Manuel Miranda and
Julie Yip-Williams, Writer of Candid Blog on Cancer, Dies at 42 More than chronicling her colon cancer, she wrote about
City Council’s Latest Power Play: Giving Itself More Money Speaker Corey Johnson increased the Council’s budget by $17 million as