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Tony Shalhoub, Katrina Lenk, and More to Return to The Band's Visit for Broadway Bow The new musical by David Yazbek and Itamar Moses begins performances October 7.
Neighborhood Joint: When Soft Serve Isn’t Enough, Add Cotton Candy Ruimilk Soft Icecream, a tiny shop in Flushing, Queens, is a popular spot for those with a sweet tooth and an Instagram account.
New York Today: New York Today: Color Coding the Subway Tuesday: Restoring a pioneering subway map, lifesaving technology, and a call for fasting advice.
Pride 2017: Defiant on the Dance Floor: L.G.B.T.Q. Night Life in New York, 2017 A year after the shooting at Pulse in Orlando, dance parties and events have roared back in New York City, in a celebration of community.
Pride 2017: Same-Sex Parents Still Face Legal Complications Laws covering parenting can be contradictory around the country, especially with adoptions. Custody issues can emerge even years after a child is born.
When the Job Is One Never-Ending Signal Malfunction Subway and rail workers, the unwilling faces of their troubled agencies, face the wrath of frustrated riders when trains are delayed or disrupted.
At Colleges, Demographic Changes Everywhere but the Top A national survey of higher education leaders found little shift in who is in the president’s office, as well as plenty of concern about budgets.
How the Broadway Community Showed Love and Strength 1 Year Ago Lin-Manuel Miranda, Bernadette Peters, Whoopi Goldberg, Carole King, Audra McDonald, and more gathered to show their support for the victims of Pulse Nightclub with Broadway for Orlando.
Mario Cantone Plays Café Carlyle Gig June 20–23 The comic actor earned a Tony nomination for Laugh Whore.
Fulfillment Center Opens June 20 Abe Koogler’s newest work debuts Off-Broadway in a production from Manhattan Theatre Club starring Deirdre O’Connell.
How to Balance Writing and Acting in Theatre and TV I Love Dick writer, playwright, and actor Heidi Schreck proves it can be done—even if it means waking up at 4 AM.
Playbill Vault's Today in Theatre History: June 20
The Public’s Hamlet, with Oscar Isaac, Begins June 20 Fresh off two Broadway productions, Tony winner Sam Gold returns downtown to direct the Shakespearean tragedy.
Take a First Look Inside Rehearsals for Disney’s Broadway-Bound Frozen The stage adaptation of the animated film, which will star Caissie Levy and Patti Murin, began rehearsals June 19 ahead of its August premiere in Denver.