First Look at A Chorus Line at New York City Center The cast of all-star dancers includes Tony Yazbeck, Melanie Moore, Jay Armstrong Johnson, and Olivier winner Leigh Zimmerman.
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Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s Fleabag to Receive New York Debut Following an acclaimed London run that led to a serialized adaptation by BBC Television and Amazon, Fleabag will begin performances in New York February 2019.
Thom Pain (Based on Nothing), Starring Michael C. Hall, Extends Off-Broadway Run Again The Signature Theatre production opened November 11.
Max von Essen, Matt Doyle, More Set for 2018 Sparkle Benefit for The Actors Fund The seventh annual concert from Scott Nevins will take place December 2.
Amazon HQ2: How New York and Virginia Won the Beauty Contest Eager candidates offered name changes, helipads and even cactuses to entice the company into setting up shop.
The New Brothels: How Shady Landlords Play a Key Role in the Sex Trade As prostitution has moved into residential buildings, a former detective who ran a string of brothels found a partner in one of the city’s worst landlords.
New York Today: New York Today: Amazon Deal in Queens, El Chapo’s Defense and Voting Machine Snafus The Amazon deal finally becomes official. We tell you what it means for New York.
Mike Birbiglia Sounds Off on Cellphones in His Theater Four times recently he’s stopped his solo Broadway show to make his feelings known — gently but firmly. Getting too angry can backfire.
Living In: Lawrence Park West, Yonkers: Affluent Setting, Without the Price Tag The area resembles nearby Bronxville more than it does the rest of Yonkers, except when it comes to the (much lower) home prices and property taxes.
A Look at the Original Cast of the Chicago Revival on Broadway In celebration of the show’s 22nd anniversary on Broadway, we take a look at the original cast in 1996 and at their 20-year reunion.
Anastasia Star Christy Altomare’s 10 Favorite Theatregoing Experiences Marin Mazzie, Bernadette Peters, Hamilton, and Jessie Mueller are among Altomare’s picks.
Actress Paz de la Huerta, Alleging Rape, Sues Harvey Weinstein for Million Unable to persuade the Manhattan district attorney to take her case, the “Boardwalk Empire” actress said in a lawsuit the producer raped her twice.
The Other Josh Cohen Celebrates Opening Night Off-Broadway David Rossmer and Steve Rosen’s acclaimed musical returned to New York for a limited run at the Westside Theatre November 12.
The Acting Company to Present Nambi E. Kelley’s Native Son and Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure in 2019 The two plays will be performed in repertory at the Duke on 42nd Street in the summer.
Three-Time Tony Winner Glenn Close to Be Honored With Film Festival at Museum of the Moving Image Getting Close, beginning November 23, is set to include screenings of 10 films from Close’s film career.