New Jersey Government Shuts Down Over Budget Standoff The most immediate effect of the impasse will be on those headed for the holiday weekend to state-run parks and beaches, which will be closed.
Posts published in June 2017
Michael Cerveris Kicks Off Broadway Concert Series in Provincetown July 1–2 The popular vacation destination will see and hear top stage talent by the beach.
Fame Cast Members Recount Their Favorite Memories In honor of the 35th anniversary reunion concert, stars of the iconic '80s TV series share their favorite memories.
How Every Broadway Role Has Led Telly Leung to Playing Disney’s Aladdin The musical’s newest prince says he’s ready to take on the role of a lifetime.
Playbill Vault's Today in Theatre History: July 1
Can You Name the 17 Broadway Shows From These GIFs? Test your Broadway knowledge.
5 Nights of Musical Theatre Not to Miss This Month From rarely seen revivals to concert events, July has a lot in store for musical theatre fans.
Bronx Hospital Shooting: What We Know and What We Don’t Know A doctor opened fire on his former colleagues at Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Center, killing one person and injuring six others before committing suicide.
As a Doctor Tried to Take Lives, Others Rushed to Save Them The immediate care given to many of those wounded at the Bronx hospital shooting could be the most critical factor in whether they survive.
Manhattan Prosecutor Joins Inquiry Into Russian Meddling in Election Andrew Goldstein joins the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election, with Tatiana Martins taking his place in the Manhattan federal prosecutor’s office.
Gunman Kills Doctor and Himself in Bronx Hospital Shooting; 6 Others Hurt The gunman, who was wearing a white lab coat, opened fire with an assault rifle inside Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Center, officials said.
De Blasio, in Reversal, Says New York Will Pay Million for His Lawyers Mayor de Blasio, who was not charged, said he would raise $300,000 for legal fees related to “nongovernmental work” examined by federal and state prosecutors.
Colleagues in Blue Hold Their Collective Breath for Injured Officer Officer Dalsh Veve, 35, remains in a coma a month after being slung off a speeding car in Brooklyn and sustaining catastrophic head trauma.
Sketching Performer Auditions for the M.T.A. Auditions for the Music Under New York program take place at Grand Central Terminal, and Joan Chiverton is there to illustrate them.
Claims Over Shellfish Fuel a Battle in the Bay A dispute pits baymen on Long Island Sound who hand-rake for clams against a shellfish company that uses dredge boats to mechanically harvest clams and oysters.