Gloria: A Life Celebrates Opening Night Off-Broadway Tony winner Diane Paulus directs Emily Mann’s new play, which opened October 18.
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Charlotte Moore’s A Child’s Christmas in Wales to Return to Irish Rep Dylan Thomas’ story, adapted and directed by Moore, will play a limited run this holiday season.
With a Hollywood Stunt, Cuomo Tries to Push Trump on Rail Tunnel Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo toured an old tube under the Hudson River with a film crew, hoping that a video will move the president to support a new…
336 Million Reasons New Jersey Really Enjoys Betting on Sports A total of $336.6 million has been wagered on sports in New Jersey since sports betting became legal in June. Could the Garden State challenge Nevada for sports betting supremacy?
In a report today published in Barrons titled “Why Intel Could Leave AMD in the Dust” Tae Kim, the graduate from Brown University with an A.B. in history reaches way beyond his boundary making predictions in the semiconductor market that…
How Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS Red Buckets First Began As the fall fundraiser kicks off October 19–December 2, Playbill looks back at the popular fundraising effort’s start Off-Broadway with Steel Magnolias.
Cast Set for National Tour of The King and I The non-Equity tour plays the Wilson Center in Wilmington, North Carolina, beginning November 9.
Roundabout Underground’s Usual Girls Makes Its World Premiere The production from Ming Peiffer began performances October 11 Off-Broadway.
Founder of Proud Boys Says He’s Arranging Surrender of 8 in Brawl One member has been arrested. Gavin McInnes, the group’s founder, said the other 8 members involved in the brawl would soon be in custody.
Not Just for Grown-Ups: The Broadway Audience Is Getting Younger The average age of the Broadway theatergoer last season was 40.6 — the lowest since 2000, the Broadway League says, and 15 percent of theatergoers were under 18.
Watch Trailer for Black Monday, Starring Andrew Rannells, Don Cheadle, and Regina Hall The Showtime series debuts January 20.
What Did Critics Think of Gloria: A Life Off-Broadway? The play about the life of Gloria Steinem directed by Diane Paulus opened October 18 at the Daryl Roth Theatre.
Big City: A New Chapter in the Police Department’s Crackdown on the Left The Proud Boys, listed as a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center, showed up in Manhattan last week. Were the police too accommodating?
The Prom to Release Broadway Cast Recording You can now pre-order the album for the new musical, set to begin previews October 23.
New York Today: New York Today: Mega Millions, Math and Manjul Friday: The arithmetic in everyday life, and an unusual task for voters.