To Kill a Mockingbird, Starring Jeff Daniels and Adapted by Aaron Sorkin, Begins Broadway Run November 1 The stage adaptation arrives on Broadway a week after the Harper Lee classic was named America’s best-loved novel.
Posts published in October 2018
Torch Song Revival, With Michael Urie and Mercedes Ruehl, Opens on Broadway November 1 The Second Stage Theatre revival of Harvey Fierstein’s Tony-winning landmark portrait of gay life in the late 1970s opens at the Hayes Theatre.
Writing the Music for Broadway’s Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Imogen Heap talks about creating the Drama Desk-winning score ahead of the album release November 2—plus an exclusive preview of the liner notes!
The Cher Show Arrives on Broadway November 1 The new musical about the life and career of the entertainment icon will officially open December 3 at the Neil Simon Theatre.
Chita Rivera Honored as Living Landmark November 1 The New York Landmarks Conservancy also honors Shubert Foundation President and Columbia University legal scholar Michael I. Sovern.
New York Attorney General Debate: 5 Takeaways From James vs. Wofford The lone debate between Letitia James and Keith H. Wofford, candidates for New York attorney general, offered clear differences between the two.
Subway Breakdancers, Clad in Armor, Go Medieval at the Met Museum Watch: The Met invited the breakdancers to perform with the museum’s collection of breastplates, gauntlets, hoods and other heraldry live in its galleries.
A Restoration for Shakespeare’s Home in Central Park The beloved but battered Delacorte Theater where Shakespeare in the Park is staged will undergo an overhaul beginning in 2020.
In Lyric McHenry’s Death, a Bronx Man Is Arrested Two months after Ms. McHenry overdosed, a budding film producer, was found on a Bronx sidewalk, a man has been charged with dumping her body there.
New York Bishop Is Accused of Sexual Abuse John Jenik, an auxiliary bishop, has been removed from his public ministry after an allegation involving a relationship with a teenage boy in the 1980s.
Democrats in an All-Hands-on-Deck Scramble to Save Menendez in New Jersey In the deeply blue state, the race between Senator Robert Menendez and Bob Hugin is tight. Party leaders are pulling out the stops to defend the seat.
A Look at Hairspray at North Shore Music Theatre The musical, which stars Brooke Shapiro as Tracy Turnblad, runs through November 11.
Go Inside Rehearsal With the Rockettes for the Christmas Spectacular The annual show at Radio City Music Hall kicks off the holiday season November 9.
Bomb Suspect Planned His Campaign for More Than Three Months, Court Papers Say Federal prosecutors described the bomb spree as “a domestic terrorist attack,” and, in court papers describing the suspect’s laptop, gave a glimpse into its origins.
Playwright María Irene Fornés Dies at 88 The prolific writer and director was the subject of the recent documentary The Rest I Make Up.