First Look at Amy Schumer and Laura Benanti in Meteor Shower on Broadway The comedy also stars Keegan-Michael Key and Jeremy Shamos.
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Allison Janney Named Honorary Chair of 2018 Women’s Voices Theater Festival Twenty-six Washington, D.C., theatres are joining forces for the January through February showcase.
An Early Peek at DaDong, a Palatial Home for Peking Duck The sprawling restaurant, which seats 440, is the first branch outside China.
Restaurant Review: At Ugly Baby, the Name Isn’t All That’s Unusual A new Thai restaurant in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn, cooks dishes rarely seen in New York, and a few standards.
The Neediest Cases Fund: After a Stroke on the Subway, Slowly Relearning the Basics Holly Gambal was homeless and struggling with mental illness when she collapsed amid strangers. She is working to rebuild her cognitive skills and regain strength in…
New York Today: New York Today: Om for the Holidays Tuesday: Meditation tips for a stressful time of year, free ice skating and the library’s top books for kids.
Lesli Margherita Stars in Who’s Holiday! Opening Off-Broadway November 28 Playwright Matthew Lombardo’s twisted take on the Dr. Seuss’ classic How The Grinch Stole Christmas premieres Off-Broadway.
Playbill Vault’s Today in Theatre History: November 28
Meet the Woman Who Fought to Record and Preserve Broadway Shows Betty Corwin, the woman responsible for NYPL’s Theatre on Film and Tape Archive, explains how she founded the comprehensive database to create live theatre’s legacy.
Threats, and Hints of a Deal, in New York Democrats’ Divorce Saga The state Democratic Party has stepped in to try to broker a deal between warring Democratic factions in New York. Or else.
What’s in That Can of Chock Full o’Nuts? ‘No Nuts,’ Can Promises The coffee maker’s nut-free disclaimer on its container is intended for consumers beyond New York who might be confused about what is inside.
Trump Paid Over Million in Labor Settlement, Documents Reveal Papers in a lawsuit involving work by illegal immigrants on Trump Tower’s site, sealed since 1998, were unsealed by a judge last week.
In Camden, a Memorial Marks Where Slaves Were Brought Ashore Signs are being placed across the U.S. to commemorate where those sold into slavery first arrived. Some see it as a counterpoint to Confederate monuments.
Vera Shlakman, Professor Fired During Red Scare, Dies at 108 She had taught economics at Queens College and written a groundbreaking book when she refused to say if she was a Communist. An apology came years later.
Metropolitan Diary: A True Broadway Baby A cellist grows into a childhood nickname.