From Truck Driver to Uber Driver to Terror Attack Suspect The authorities spent Tuesday digging into the past of Sayfullo Saipov, an Uzbek national who was named in the Manhattan attack that killed eight.
Posts published in October 2017
Disney’s The Lion King By the Numbers How many puppets does the show use? How much does Mufasa’s mask weigh? Find out below!
Meet the Woman Who Opened in Broadway’s The Lion King 20 Years Ago—and Never Left How original cast member Lindiwe Dlamini has kept the Disney smash fresh for two decades.
Think The Lion King is Hamlet? Think Again. The classic tale of The Lion King has more layers than you think.
How Did Julie Taymor Come Up With the Mask Designs for Each Lion King Character? The Tony-winning director and costume designer reveals the one-word ideograph that allowed her to translate animated characters into captivating onstage creatures.
What Keeps The Lion King Going 20 Years and Counting In its 20th year, The Lion King continues its reign as one of Broadway’s most visually stunning and beloved musicals.
Playbill Vault’s Today in Theatre History: November 1
How Well Do You Know Your Sondheim Movie Musicals? If you are a Sondheim super fan, you have got to know his musicals’ movie adaptations too. Take our quiz to find out where you stand!
Step Inside Broadway’s Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre Inside the Theatre, the photo feature series that documents Broadway’s historic playhouses, continues with the Gerald Schoenfeld.
Senate candidate sends tone deaf donation email after NYC truck attack A tone deaf candidate for state Senate sent out an email fundraising pitch just hours after the terror attack that killed eight people in lower Manhattan — and even…
The Manhattan Terror Attack: What We Know and Don’t Know Eight people were killed and at least 11 were injured when the driver of a rented truck drove down a bike lane. Many details remain unclear.
A Mangled School Bus, Bodies Everywhere; ‘It Was Surreal’ A truck ramming bicyclists. The driver emerging with weapons drawn. For those who saw the attack, it was as confusing as it was gruesome.
At Halloween Parade, a Thinner Crowd and a ‘Tense Environment’ Blocks from where driver drove a truck into pedestrians and cyclists, the annual Village Halloween Parade went on, its revelry tinged with determination.
Neighborhood on edge over famed Christmas light displays Brooklyn’s dazzling “Dyker Lights” Christmas displays are a winter wonderland for thousands of visitors — but neighbors are fed up with the traffic, trash and obnoxious strangers brought to their neighborhood each…
NYPD allegedly told school to keep quiet about recovered knife The NYPD wants the flow of weapons found in city schools out of sight and out of mind. Yet another knife was recovered at a Manhattan school last week —…