N.E.A. Jazz Masters Include Roscoe Mitchell and Dorthaan Kirk Reggie Workman and Bobby McFerrin round out the National Endowment for the Arts’s class of 2020.
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Front Burner: Show Dad You Really Love Him Give him the gift of meat. A Korean barbecue restaurant sells over-the-top short-rib box sets in time for Father’s Day.
Dance Parade: Where 100 Styles Fit Into 20 City Blocks With the theme “Movement of the People,” the 13th edition of this annual event returned to Manhattan with 165 groups of performers.
Newark Police Officer Is Charged in Shooting Death of Fleeing Driver A grand jury indicted the 26-year-old officer in connection with the police shooting death of a man who fled a traffic stop in January.
Fosse/Verdon Recap, Episode 7: ‘Nowadays’ They both reached for the…jugular.
Hamilton to Make Australian Premiere in 2021 The Tony- and Pulitzer-winning musical will play Sydney’s Lyric Theatre.
First Look at Something Clean Off-Broadway The world premiere, starring Law & Order: Criminal Intent’s Kathryn Erbe, is set to open at Roundabout Underground May 30.
25 Days of Tonys: Before Tootsie’s Scott Ellis Was a Director, What Was His Audition Song? The director of Tootsie and Kiss Me, Kate shares the show that most impacted him and stories from his acting days.
Dream pop legends The Ocean Blue just announced their 1st album in over 6 years and are coming to Brooklyn to celebrate with a show at Rough Trade on June 23 – if you’d like to set anything up around…
Off the Menu: Le Jardinier, From Joël Robuchon’s Team, Opens in Midtown East Rita Sodi and Jody Williams’s drinks and coffee bar, a steakhouse with more than just steak at the Tuscany hotel, and more restaurant news.
Second Stage, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Ogunquit Playhouse, and More Are Hiring Playbill’s Job Listings offer an extensive selection of available jobs within the theatre industry.
See Who’s Joining Mikaela Bennett, Jason Gotay, and Ashley Brown in Muny’s Cinderella Performances begin at the St. Louis venue in July.
Angela Lansbury Reflects on Her Performance of ‘Rose’s Turn’ in Gypsy The star earned her third of five Tony Awards for the 1974 revival, directed by Arthur Laurents.
Dave Malloy’s New A Cappella Musical Octet Extends a Third Time The world-premiere production, directed by Annie Tippe, plays Off-Broadway’s Signature Theatre.
Tavi Gevinson, Steven Boyer, More to Star in Halley Feiffer’s Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow Off-Broadway Director Trip Cullman continues his long-standing collaboration with the playwright for the MCC Theater production.