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Dreamgirls Tony Winner Jennifer Holliday to Perform in Westhampton Beach Holliday will appear in concert during Memorial Day Weekend.
As Durst Murder Case Goes Forward, HBO’s Film Will Also Be on Trial Robert Durst’s lawyers plan to attack the veracity of a documentary that played a major role in the decision to charge him with murdering his friend.
Women on Broadway Launches Spotlight Series to Push for Gender Parity in Theatre The annual Women’s Day on Broadway branches out with two May panels focused on parenthood and journalism in theatre.
Past Tense: When the Old Penn Station Was Demolished, New York Lost Its Faith Today’s version is humiliating and bewildering.
See the Cast of The Phantom of the Opera Celebrate 13,000 Performances on Broadway The beloved Andrew Lloyd Webber classic is the longest-running show on Broadway.
The Great Comet’s Nick Choksi Set for New Play Evil Eye, Coming to Audible Listen to an exclusive clip from the audio play by Madhuri Shekar, available for pre-order now.
Zoe Lister-Jones Teams Up With Leigh Silverman for Musical Stage Adaptation of Band Aid MCC will present the new musical as part of its upcoming PlayLabs, alongside David Zheng’s play Ching Chong Maka Hiya.
Confused About Congestion Pricing? Here’s What We Know Drivers will have to pay to enter the heart of Manhattan starting in 2021, but the specifics have yet to be decided.
No Noise Complaints Here With their amazing sound systems, hi-fi bars and clubs in New York City cater to discerning audiophiles.
Rupert Murdoch Drama Ink Opens on Broadway The new James Graham play, directed by Rupert Goold, officially opens at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre April 24.
She Was Fired After Raising Questions About a DNA Test. Now She’s Getting Million. Marina Stajic, an official at the Office of Chief Medical Examiner in New York City, raised concerns that the test could lead to wrongful convictions. Her…
Nearly 8,000 Boy Scout Leaders Have Been Accused of Sexual Abuse Since 1944, Researcher Found A professor reviewed long-secret files. The Scouts say that every account of suspected abuse has now been reported to law enforcement agencies.
Gays? Palestinians? Speaking Your Mind Can Spell Trouble on the City Council Two New York City councilmen lost their committee seats after making remarks about gays and Palestinians that some found offensive.
Read What Critics Had to Say About Tootsie on Broadway Santino Fontana stars in the new musical adaptation of the classic movie.