New Victory Theater to Stage World Premiere of Where the Wild Things Are Maurice Sendak’s renowned children’s book will be adapted into a play.
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First Look at Dancing With the Stars Champ Mark Ballas in Broadway’s Kinky Boots The Tony-winning musical continues at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre.
Day Care Worker Stabs 3 Infants and 2 Adults in Queens, Police Say A 52-year-old employee of the day care facility was in police custody after the incident. The police said she cut her own wrist.
Playwrights Horizons Will Use GalaPro App to Increase Accessibility Already in use in many Broadway shows, GalaPro brings captions to patrons through a low-light smartphone app.
Arthur Mitchell, Revolutionary Dancer and Founder of Dance Theatre of Harlem, Dies at 84 He broke ground as New York City Ballet’s first African-American principal dancer, creating the role of Puck in Balanchine’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
New York Showtune Sing-a-long Bar Marie’s Crisis to Cross the Pond for London Pop-Up The famed NYC landmark is set to take over British gay pub The City of Quebec October 30–November 3.
Get a Backstage Look at the Cast of Broadway’s Torch Song Harvey Fierstein’s play will begin performances on Broadway October 9 at the Hayes Theatre.
Immersive The Dead, 1904 to Return Off-Broadway for Third Consecutive Year The show will return to The American Irish Historical Society’s historic townhouse, once again restored to period decoration.
Review: Hear the Beat of Dancing Feet, Right in Times Square Three site-specific works allow even the most jaded New Yorkers to see the city’s commercial epicenter with fresh eyes.
Scene City: Prelude to Fall Fund-raisers were held for the Asia Society, the Untermyer Gardens Conservancy and the Henry Street Settlement.
Cars of New York City, in Their Banged Up and Asthmatic Glory The American myth of the open road doesn’t quite translate in New York. Hence, the junky city car.
New York Today: New York Today: The Rundown on Our State IDs Friday: Notes for your trip to the D.M.V., and the Museum of Broken Windows.
Seven Ways The Village Voice Made New York a Better Place When The Voice folded after more than 60 years, the city lost a contrarian, muckraking spirit that can never be replaced. Here, a few of its greatest hits.
Sunday Routine: How Dayna Isom Johnson, of Etsy, Spends Her Sundays When she’s not meditating, working out or cooking with her husband, the trend expert likes to visit flea markets and indie stores in the city with a friend.
The Brothel Empire and the Ex-Detective, Always One Step Ahead of the Law A former vice detective is at the center of one of the New York Police Department’s worst scandals in recent years. Here is his story, as uncovered…