Track-by-Track Breakdown: Jim Vallance Walks Readers Through the Pretty Woman Score. Written with Bryan Adams, the score to Pretty Woman is a showcase for some amazing Broadway voices (Smantha Barks and Orfeh, anyone?), as well as a showcase for the…
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Scenes From the Final Salute to a Fallen Officer Family, friends and about 500 officers gathered to say goodbye to Jonathan Narain, a Rikers Island correction officer, who was fatally shot on his way to work last week.
Man Told Police That Fatal Stabbing Was ‘Practice’ for Race Attack In a police interview video shown in court, James Jackson said that he stabbed Timothy Caughman repeatedly with a sword, and that his goal was to murder more black…
Anastasia Director Darko Tresnjak Makes His Metropolitan Opera Debut The Tony-winning director talks helming the Met’s 2018–2019 season opener, Samson et Dalila.
Rare Off-Broadway Revival of Romulus Linney’s Holy Ghosts Begins September 21 The Theatre East production is directed by Judson Jones.
9 Broadway Shows Where the Actors Were Also Their Own Orchestra From Pump Boys and Dinettes to The Band’s Visit, these are the shows that took instruments out of the orchestra pit and put them into the hands of the…
Maggie Smith, Judi Dench, Eileen Atkins, and Joan Plowright Star in Tea With the Dames The film is released in the U.S. September 21 from IFC Films.
Israeli Pop Star Shiri Maimon Makes Broadway Debut in Chicago The singer joins the company of the long-running, Tony-winning revival September 21.
De Blasio Acts on School Integration, but Others Lead Charge The mayor’s approval of a middle-school diversity plan created by Brooklyn parents highlighted his own hesitation to address segregation citywide.
He Was Governor Cuomo’s Closest Aide. Now He’s Going to Prison for 6 Years. Mr. Cuomo has described Joseph Percoco as “my father’s third son.” Now, Mr. Percoco’s conviction looms over Mr. Cuomo’s future.
Yiddish Fiddler on the Roof Extends to November 18 The production from the National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene announced its third extension plus a special performance.
After Accusations of Racism, Bergen County Sheriff Is Urged to Quit The sheriff of Bergen County was reportedly recorded making racist remarks about blacks and Sikhs, following Gov. Philip D. Murphy’s inaugural speech in January.
Rockers on Broadway, Honoring Michael Cerveris, Will Offer The Who’s Tommy Reunion The concert will pay tribute to the 25th anniversary of the 1993 Broadway musical on November 12.
Annette Bening and Tracy Letts to Star in ‘All My Sons’ on Broadway Arthur Miller’s tragic World War II drama is to return to Broadway next spring via the Roundabout Theater Company.
Annette Bening and Tracy Letts to Star in Broadway Revival of All My Sons Roundabout Theatre Company will bring Arthur Miller’s play back to Broadway in the spring.