Andy Byford Resigns as New York City’s Subway Chief He arrived nearly two years ago to turn around the city’s failing subway, making significant progress.
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Watch the Trailer for Ben Platt-Led Thriller Run This Town, to Be Released on Twitter The drama also stars Broadway alums Jennifer Ehle and Damian Lewis.
See Lesli Margherita, Richard Kind, and More Pay Tribute to Mel Brooks at Feinstein’s/54 Below The tribute, hosted by Kind, also featured The Prom’s Angie Schworer, Brad Oscar, Lee Roy Reams, Jelani Remy, the Skivvies, and more.
Annabella Sciorra Testifies in Weinstein Trial: ‘He Raped Me’ The actress fought back tears as she told a rapt courtroom, in excruciating detail, about the night she said she was attacked.
Check Out Production Photos of Sex/Crime at London’s Soho Theatre Alexis Gregory’s dark comic queer thriller opened January 22.
Watch the Trailer for Upcoming Documentary We Are Freestyle Love Supreme The film about the hip-hop improv troupe founded by Lin-Manuel Miranda, Thomas Kail, and Anthony Veneziale premieres at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival.
Emmy Winner Joe Pantoliano Will Star in World Premiere of Drift Off-Broadway Bobby Moresco will direct the limited engagement at New World Stages.
New York City to Force Stores to Accept Cash The City Council is set to pass a bill that would put New York at the forefront of a national movement to ban cashless businesses.
Off-Broadway Premiere of Romeo & Bernadette: A Musical Tale of Verona and Brooklyn Opens January 23 Justin Ross Cohen directs the Mark Saltzman musical.
5th Annual BroadwayCon Kicks Off January 24 With 3 Days of Broadway Fan Fever From show panels featuring Beetlejuice and Moulin Rouge! to interviews with Donna McKechnie to autograph signings, and more, don’t miss the ultimate behind-the-scenes convention.
Bess Wohl’s Grand Horizons Opens on Broadway January 23 Leigh Silverman directs the new play, starring James Cromwell, Jane Alexander, and more.
Michael I. Sovern, Who Led Columbia in Eventful Era, Dies at 88 During his tenure, 1980-93, the university was restored to financial health, divested from companies tied to South Africa and admitted women to its college.
Lee Gelber, Dean of New York Tour Guides, Dies at 81 “He knew our city better than anyone else,” a colleague said, “and made it his goal for everyone else to know it, too.”
A Party Spot Opens Near Chinatown Omar’s La Boite, the new supper club and bar from Omar Hernandez, takes over the former Happy Ending space.
New Stage Adaptation of Mahabharata to Play Canada Why Not Theatre and Shaw Festival team up for the two-part epic, adapted from the Sanskrit text.