13 Off-Broadway Shows Not to Miss June 15–30 As summer kicks into gear, see new musicals, some Shakespeare with a twist, and a Golden Globe-winning screen star downtown.
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Hello, Dolly! Tony Winner Gavin Creel Shares His 10 Favorite Theatregoing Experiences Ever Victoria Clark, Toni Collette, Alan Cumming, and Harvey Fierstein are among the actors whose performances most stand out in Creel’s mind.
Can You Remember All the 71st Annual Tony Award Winners? You probably remember Best Musical, but can you remember all of the winners of the 71st Annual Tony Awards? Take our quiz to find out!
Playbill Vault's Today in Theatre History: June 14
New York City Police Officers Told to Relax Stance on Petty Offenses Seeking an alternative to broken-windows policing, New York City will prioritize civil tickets rather than criminal summonses for certain low-level crimes.
About New York: A Million Mistake That the City Won’t Admit The settlement with two wrongfully convicted men brings the total New York has paid since 2014 to $200 million, and yet it admits no wrongdoing.
World Premiere of Muriel’s Wedding Musical Casts Its Muriel Initial casting has been announced for the production, which will premiere in Australia in November at the Sydney Theatre Company.
Metropolitan Diary: Only Saw the Sequel A theatergoer describes hesitating before seeing a show.
How New York Is Saving a Fish That Swam With Dinosaurs Biologists gathered in a small upstate river town for the Department of Environmental Conservation’s annual artificial propagation, which has released 100,000 lake sturgeons over 25 years.
Broadway’s Sweat Announces Closing The Pulitzer Prize-winning play by Lynn Nottage will play its final performance June 25.
Dear Evan Hansen Tony Winner Alex Lacamoire on Why Live Theatre Is Important The Tony-winning orchestrator discusses how theatre has impacted his life and the lives of others.
Spring Awakening Star Alexandra Socha Traces Her Life and Struggles in Finding Home Her solo show will be showcased at Feinstein’s/54 Below June 28
TNT’s Shakespeare-Themed Will to Sponsor the Public Theater's Julius Caesar with Outdoor Market The marketplace, featuring music, performers, and giveaways, will be open for the final weekend of the run.
Want to Write, Design, or Act on Broadway? Tony Winners Offer Words of Advice See what wisdom Pasek and Paul, Cynthia Nixon, Steven Levenson, and more had to offer at the 71st Annual Tony Awards.
Fit City: Taking Night-Life Cue, Gyms Lower the Lights Cycling, boxing and running studios, as well as some full-service gyms, are using sophisticated lighting systems to heighten the exercise experience.