Oscar Nuñez and Sarah Drew Will Star in One-Night-Only Performance of I Love Lucy: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Sitcom The Actors Fund presents the live performance of the play by Gregg Oppenheimer March 2 in…
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Tovah Feldshuh Is Leona Helmsley Will Return to Feinstein’s/54 Below The six-time Tony nominee returns in February with highlights from the new musical The Queen of Mean.
Loy A. Webb’s The Light Begins Performances Off-Broadway January 23 The play is the first production from MCC in the Off-Broadway company’s new home in midtown.
Overlooked No More: Mabel Stark, Fearless Tiger Trainer Stark was one of the most celebrated animal trainers in a field dominated by men. She performed with tigers until she was nearly 80, then took her own life when she was…
Broadway’s The Phantom of the Opera to Play Milestone Performance The Andrew Lloyd Webber musical remains Broadway’s longest-running production.
Drone Scare Near New York City Shows Hazard Posed to Air Travel The shutdown of Newark Liberty International Airport on Tuesday reminded travelers how vulnerable airports are to the threat of wayward drones.
A Look at Eddie and Dave Off-Broadway The world premiere by Amy Staats opened January 22 at Atlantic Theater Company’s Stage 2.
Jonas Mekas, ‘Godfather’ of American Avant-Garde Film, Dies at 96 Lithuanian-born, he arrived in New York in 1949 and became a prolific filmmaker, curator, critic and evangelist for independent movies, especially experimental ones.
Go Inside the Opening Night of Colin Quinn’s Red State Blue State Off-Broadway The new solo show opened January 22 at the Minetta Lane Theatre.
White Supremacist Pleads Guilty to Killing Black Man in New York to Start a ‘Race War’ James Harris Jackson said he fatally stabbed Timothy Caughman as practice for a terror campaign against blacks who date whites.
Abingdon Will Present Estelle Parsons in The Prompter Plus Concert of Tonya & Nancy: The Rock Opera Both events will take place in February at the Lucille Lortel Theatre.
New York Today: N.Y. Today: Yes, Spider-Man Is a Hometown Hero, but Which Borough? For years, a family named Parker lived at Spider-Man’s real address, on Ingram Street. Not any more.
Cuomo’s Blunt Subway Strategy: Humiliate the M.T.A. to Force Change The mass transit system needs higher fares to shore up its finances. But Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo opposes the increase.
Living In: Stony Brook, N.Y.: A Scenic Hamlet on the North Shore Residents praise the harbor, the historic architecture and the public schools — even if they have to brave the Long Island traffic and the high taxes.
Past Tense: Nuclear Anxiety, Empty Streets and Scenes of New York on High Alert Civil defense drills were mandatory, but who were they for?