Professor Who Is Corruption Expert Accused of Laundering .5 Million The Florida professor was often quoted by journalists. Now he’s charged in a scheme to hide ill-gotten gains from Venezuela.
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Rare Virginia Woolf Materials Sold to New York Public Library The newly acquired items include rarities like eight letters written by Woolf’s husband and sister shortly after she disappeared and committed suicide.
Confidence (and the Speech) Opens November 20 at Theatre Row Off-Broadway Susan Lambert Hatem’s play stars April Armstrong as U.S. President Jimmy Carter.
Ashley Blanchet, Christopher Sieber, More Star in Paper Mill Playhouse’s Cinderella Beginning November 20 The Rodgers and Hammerstein musical officially opens at the New Jersey venue November 24.
Campbell Scott, Andrea Martin, and LaChanze Star in Broadway’s A Christmas Carol, Opening November 20 Matthew Warchus directs the new version of the holiday classic from Harry Potter playwright Jack Thorne.
Come From Away Star Jim Walton’s 10 Favorite Theatregoing Experiences The Broadway veteran reflects on his favorite stage performances, including those given by Elaine Stritch, Gregory Hines, and more.
Racist Manifesto Lands on Syracuse Students’ Phones, Deepening Crisis Gov. Andrew Cuomo called for an outside monitor after a series of racist incidents that has left Syracuse University besieged.
Man Who Threatened to ‘Put a Bullet’ in Rep. Omar Pleads Guilty Congresswoman Ilhan Omar asked for leniency in sentencing the western New York man.
Tony Winner Idina Menzel to Perform at N.Y.C.’s Saks Fifth Avenue Holiday Window Unveiling The Frozen 2 star sing from the upcoming Disney sequel and her new album Christmas: A Season of Love.
A Look at Truffles: Music! Mushrooms! Murder!!! Off-Broadway The murder mystery musical continues at The Secret Room NYC through December 28.
The Market Line Opens in the Essex Crossing Complex The latest from Nick Anderer of Marta and Maialino, a first U.S. location for a Canadian restaurant group, and more restaurant news.
Jeffrey Epstein Suicide: Two Jail Workers Charged The indictment charged the workers with making false records and conspiring to defraud the United States.
From Grease! to Bandstand: A Look Back at Laura Osnes On Stage A celebration of the two-time Tony nominee on her birthday, November 19.
Heidi Schreck Named Winner of Smithsonian Magazine’s American Ingenuity Award Schreck is the recipient of the award from the Smithsonian Institution’s flagship publication.
Laura Osnes, Tony Yazbeck, Norm Lewis, and More Celebrate Jacques d’Amboise’s 85th Birthday The Tony Award nominees joined a host of Broadway alums for a one-night-only performance at the National Dance Institute.