Two Protesters Disrupt ‘Julius Caesar’ in Central Park A production of the Shakespeare play was interrupted by protesters objecting to a scene where a character resembling President Trump is murdered.
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Divas on the Green to Feature Julie Halston, Liz Callaway, and Capathia Jenkins June 17 Original versions of “Journey to the Past” and “Stop the Show” will be heard at the concert in Armonk, New York.
Joel Grey to Perform at Concert Tribute to Liza Minnelli June 17 Pasadena Pops’ Broadway: The Golden Age is scheduled for the L.A. County Arboretum.
Playbill Vault's Today in Theatre History: June 17
TFANA’s Measure for Measure Begins June 17 Cherry Orchard director Simon Godwin helms the Shakespearean comedy in Brooklyn.
Trailblazing Writer-Director Robert O’Hara Won’t Be Limited By Anyone’s Imagination The Bootycandy playwright and director of Tarrell Alvin McCraney’s The Brother/Sister Plays breaks the mold with his theatrical perspective for Bella: An American Tall Tale.
Why Michael Feinstein’s Unconventional Passion is His Biggest Asset In the words of Ben Platt, “What makes you strange makes you powerful.”
Protesters Interrupt June 16 Performance of Public Theater's Julius Caesar Public Theater Artistic Director Oskar Eustis uses the Trump presidency as the concept for this controversial take on Shakespeare’s political drama.
Family Recalls Life of Avid Cyclist, as Questions Are Raised About His Death A 36-year-old banker, who moved to New York for the woman he loved, was struck and killed by a charter bus while riding a Citi Bike. Citi…
Legionnaires’ Outbreak on Upper East Side Kills One and Sickens Six The city’s health department is investigating the cause of the outbreak in Lenox Hill. The disease infects 200 to 400 New Yorkers a year, the city says.
Cast Members from Cats, School of Rock, Phantom of the Opera Will Offer Free Sing-Along in Central Park The event will celebrate the creation of an Andrew Lloyd Webber Sing for Hope Piano.
City Tries to Head Off Summer Surge in Homeless When school ends, the number of families seeking shelter jumps, a trend the de Blasio administration is trying to change with information and assistance.
Brooklyn, as Hollywood Never Sees It Jim McKay’s new film, about bicycle delivery men and soccer in Carroll Gardens and Sunset Park, is having its premiere at BAMcinemaFest.
Max von Essen Will Join Kathleen Turner in Hollywood Nurses Reading, Narrated by Rosie O'Donnell The sold-out reading of the new pulp comedy will benefit The Phyllis Newman Women’s Health Initiative.
Celebrating Joyce at Bloom’s Tavern, of Course Devotees of Joyce and the novel “Ulysses” met in a Manhattan tavern for Bloomsday breakfast, a fictional meal in the book that occurred on June 16, 1904.