Take a First Look at Jason Alexander and Sherie Rene Scott in The Portuguese Kid John Patrick Shanley’s romantic comedy debuted Off-Broadway in a production from Manhattan Theatre Club.
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London’s Wicked Celebrates 12 Years With Portraits of the Classic Characters The West End production celebrates 12 years at the Victoria Apollo Theatre September 27.
High School Stabbing Leaves One Teenager Dead, Another Critically Wounded An attack inside a Bronx high school resulted in the death of a 15-year-old boy and left a 16-year-old boy ‘in grave condition.’
See Who's Joining Skylar Astin and Krysta Rodriguez in Theresa Rebeck’s What We’re Up Against Off-Broadway Adrienne Campbell-Holt is set to direct Rebeck’s dark comedy of gender politics this fall.
What Did Critics Think of WarholCapote Premiere at American Repertory Theater? Dan Butler and Stephen Spinella star in the world-premiere production based on newly discovered tapes capturing conversations between Truman Capote and Andy Warhol.
Ayad Akhtar and Lucas Hnath Win 2017 Steinberg Playwright Awards Akhtar's play Junk is preparing a Broadway bow, while Hnath's A Doll’s House, Part 2, received acclaimed runs on Broadway.
Critical Shopper: Virgil Abloh Isn’t SHOUTING (He Just LIKES Capital Letters) A visit to Em Pty Gallery in SoHo, the new retail home of the design star’s label Off-White.
Tony Nominees Sydney Lucas and Sally Mayes Cast in Reading of New Musical Indigo The developmental reading of Scott Evan Davis' musical will be presented in October.
Debbie Gravitte to Preview Her New Album at Broadway Jazz Session The Tony Award winner will sing with Russ Kaplan and his band on October 1.
Tony Winner Kristin Chenoweth Will Host Second Annual Broadway Tastes The New York City Wine and Food Festival event features brunch dishes inspired by Dear Evan Hansen, Come From Away, The Band’s Visit, and more, plus meet-and-greets with cast members.
London Follies Star Janie Dee Records Debut Solo Album Janie Dee at the BBC will arrive October 2.
Casting Announced for Jerry Dixon-Helmed Ferguson The world-premiere production tells the story of the 2014 events in Ferguson, Missouri, through the exact testimony of the Grand Jury hearing for Michael Brown’s shooting.
The Washington Ballet Launches a Season of Masters This Fall Beginning October 4, the Company performs works by Fokine, Petipa, Ratmansky, and Balanchine.
Album: When the Streets Were Mean (but Far Less Crowded) The photographer Edward Grazda captured a city before our Gilded Age, when you could fix your car on the curb but you could never win at three-card monte.
Fundraising and Construction for New Performing Arts Center in Richmond Are Behind Schedule The Virginia Performing Arts Foundation will not meet the fundraising deadline for its new performing arts center, the Richmond Times-Dispatch reports.