Go Inside Michelle Williams T. Williams’ Return to Broadway in Once On This Island The Destiny’s Child singer stepped into the Tony Award-winning revival as Erzulie November 30.
Posts published in November 2018
Knickers the Steer Really Is Big. But Most of Us Don’t Know a Cow’s Normal Size. If you thought Knickers was a once-in-a-lifetime giant, you may not be spending enough time with cattle.
Driver Who Ran Over Mother of Girl Killed by MS-13 Is Charged With Negligent Homicide The Suffolk County prosecutor, Timothy D. Sini, announced the indictment of a woman who first dismantled a memorial for Evelyn Rodriguez’s daughter, who was killed…
Harvey Weinstein Pushes Again for Manhattan Case to Be Dismissed The producer’s lawyers accused the district attorney’s office of hiding information that casts doubt on one of Mr. Weinstein’s accusers.
Nina Beilina, Soviet Violinist and Festival Founder, Dies at 81 Concerned about diminishing opportunities for Jews in her homeland, she emigrated to the United States and started over.
Upcoming Equity Auditions for Moulin Rouge, Hadestown, Ain’t Too Proud, The Shawshank Redemption, and More Find your next job with this selection of upcoming auditions for Broadway and shows and around the country.
A Look at Fabulation, or The Re-Education of Undine Off-Broadway The Signature Theatre’s revival of Lynn Nottage’s play, directed by Lileana Blain-Cruz, will open December 10.
Watch Lin-Manuel Miranda Receive His Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame Rita Moreno and Weird Al Yankovic were on hand to pay tribute to the Hamilton creator as he received his latest accolade.
Aleshea Harris’ What to Send Up When It Goes Down Extends The critically acclaimed New York premiere, directed by Whitney White, will now continue through December 16 at A.R.T./New York Theatres.
Read Reviews for Come From Away Tour The national tour of the Broadway musical plays the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles through January 6, 2019.
McKinley Belcher III and Mandi Masden to Star in Loy A. Webb’s The Light Off-Broadway The New York premiere from MCC will mark the company’s inaugural production in its new uptown theatre.
Top Theatre Stories: November 30, 2018 The latest about Be More Chill, Cats movie, and The New One in today’s news.
Watch DCappella in a Sneak Peek at Their New Album and Upcoming Tour Disney’s a cappella group sings Aladdin’s “Friend Like Me.”
Sending Lewd Nudes to Strangers Could Mean a Year in Jail The New York City Council has introduced a bill with bipartisan sponsorship aimed at curtailing technology-enabled sexual harassment.
Cher Reacts to Seeing Her Life on Stage in The Cher Show on Broadway The icon made a surprise visit to the new Broadway musical based on her life and career just days before its December 3 opening night.