Inside Rehearsal for Off-Broadway’s Intimate Apparel Opera The Lincoln Center Theater production, featuring a libretto by playwright Lynn Nottage and a score by Ricky Ian Gordon, will begin performances February 27.
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Markia Smith, Olivia Hartshorn, and More to Star in Off-Broadway Premiere of Indoor Person The world premiere, by Kayla Martine, is part of Normal Ave’s 2019–2020 season.
A Look at the U.K. Tour of The Croft The world premiere of Ali Milles’ new thriller opened performances at the Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham, January 22.
NYPD Officer Charged in Murder of His 8-Year-Old Son The child’s mother described Thomas Valva as a “loving, happy boy.”
Eden Espinosa and Jeremy Jordan Sing a New Alan Menken Song From Rapunzel’s Tangled Adventure “Nothing Left to Lose” appears in an upcoming episode of the Disney Channel animated series.
World Premiere of Exodus-Inspired Goshen to Play Chicago The work explores modern-day themes of social injustice through the biblical story.
These People Really Care About Fonts A regular mixer brings together designers and typography nerds who get consumed by spacing and serifs.
The High Line’s Latest Starchitect Project Thomas Heatherwick, who created the Vessel at Hudson Yards, has designed buildings where every window is a bay window.
From Album to Stage and Back Again: Ain’t Too Proud’s Journey to the Grammy Awards We talked with orchestrator Harold Wheeler and music supervisor and arranger Kenny Seymour about recreating the iconic hits of The Temptations.
Gloria: A Life Begins at American Repertory Theater January 24 The Cambridge, Massachusetts, engagement follows the Emily Mann play’s Off-Broadway premiere and a run at the McCarter Theatre.
Inside the Press Preview of Young Jean Lee’s We’re Gonna Die The special preview, featuring director-choreographer Raja Feather Kelly and star Janelle McDermoth, took place January 22 at The Green Room 42.
Fairway Is So Crowded! How Can It Be in Bankruptcy? How a local favorite lost its way: numerous missteps and a nationwide disruption in the supermarket industry.
Read Reviews for Grand Horizons on Broadway The new Bess Wohl play, directed by Leigh Silverman, opens at The Hayes January 23.
Sonny Grosso, Cop Who Severed ‘French Connection,’ Dies at 89 He and his partner broke the heroin case that inspired that 1971 film. After he retired, he became a movie and television producer and consultant.
Frederic Berman, Protector of Renters in New York, Dies at 92 He helped institute safeguards for tenants of 1.4 million rent-controlled apartments in the ’60s and was a key player behind the Rent Stabilization Law.