See Todrick Hall Return to Broadway in Chicago A look at the November 30 curtain call as the star steps into the role of Billy Flynn.
Posts published in November 2017
Correction Captain Charged With Beating Teenage Rikers Inmate Prosecutors say Capt. Stanley Arkhurst, 42, beat an 18-year-old prisoner in a shower, then covered up the attack, with help from four other officers.
Broadway Casting Director Fired From Telsey + Co. Following Sexual Misconduct Allegations The theatre, film, and television casting company terminated the Emmy-nominated Grease Live! casting director following reports of sexual misconduct.
Number of DACA Applications Stuck in the Mail Tops 900 Lawyers had put the number of renewals rejected because of Postal Service problems closer to 100. Now their clients have to reapply for work permits.
If the City Never Sleeps, Should Its Subway? A research group has proposed ending weekday overnight subway service to enable much-needed repairs. Riders and transit advocates called the idea elitist and unfeasible.
Read Reviews for The Parisian Woman, Starring Uma Thurman in Her Broadway Debut The play by House of Cards creator Beau Willimon officially opened November 30.
De Blasio Changes His Cabinet, but His Feud With Cuomo Remains Mayor Bill de Blasio lost two deputy mayors, gained a new one, and gave new life to his feud with Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo.
About New York: Politics in the Subways: Great When It Works, a Mess When It Doesn’t The release of a new report suggesting breaking up the M.T.A. is a reminder that politics has not always been the cause of subway…
Metropolitan Diary: Shopping On an Empty Stomach An older couple takes a tender break.
Neighborhood Joint: The Diner With the Braille Menu The Malibu Diner, in the Chelsea section of Manhattan, has been the go-to restaurant for blind and visually impaired New Yorkers for 40 years.
Jack Doroshow, 78, Drag Pageant Impresario, Dies Mr. Doroshow organized pageants in the 1960s, before the gay- and transgender-rights movements had gotten rolling. He hosted them as Flawless Sabrina.
Tony Winner Deanna Dunagan, Rob Riley, and More Tapped for the Goodman’s Blind Date The Cold War play by Rogelio Martinez is set to receive its world premiere in Chicago this winter.
Exclusive: Hear Patti LuPone Preview New Song ‘No Matter What’ From Disney Junior’s Vampirina The animated series based on the children’s book Vampirina Ballerina features songs by musical theatre songwriters Kooman and Dimond.
Audra McDonald and Kelli O’Hara Will Perform at Barbara Cook Memorial Norm Lewis, Renée Fleming, Frank Langella, and more will also be part of A Tribute to Barbara Cook.
Watch Frank Sinatra High School Students’ Emotional Response Upon Meeting Miss Saigon Star Eva Noblezada Students from the Queens high school were treated to a performance of the Tony-nominated revival at the Broadway Theatre.