New York State Trooper Is Shot Dead Trooper Joel R. Davis, 36, was killed as he approached the home of an active duty U.S. Army soldier, whose wife was found dead.
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Broadway’s Rising Stars to Shine in July 10 NYC Concert See who may be singing in the Tony-winning shows of tomorrow.
Betty Buckley Shares Her Story Songs in Sag Harbor July 10 The Tony-winning performer will sing Jason Robert Brown, Rodgers & Hammerstein, and more.
La Chanze Will Get Stage Fright in NYC July 10 Check out the summer lineup for the weekly talk show at NYC's Therapy.
Lawmakers Question Trump’s Stake in Subsidized Housing Complex Two Democrats are demanding information about potential conflicts of interest, saying the president could profit from decisions made by the housing department.
Dominique Morisseau’s Pipeline Opens July 10 The Lincoln Center Theater production stars Disgraced actor Karen Pittman and Namir Smallwood.
What to Expect When Margaritaville Comes to Broadway Tony-winning director Christopher Ashley and Tony-nominated choreographer Kelly Devine spill the details on the show they call “sheer entertainment.”
2017 Lincoln Center Festival Kicks Off July 10 The 22nd annual event features performances across dance, music, theatre, and film from around the U.S. and the world.
NYMF 2017 Kicks Off July 10 The annual New York event showcases brand-new shows, works in development, concerts, emerging and established artists, and more.
Playbill Vault's Today in Theatre History: July 10
Celia Keenan-Bolger: Off-Broadway’s A Parallelogram Is ‘Our Town Meets Black Mirror’ In Bruce Norris' latest play, the performer shares a mysterious bond with fellow Tony nominee Anita Gillette.
Think You Know Everything About Wicked? Think Again. Composer Stephen Schwartz shares stories from Wicked’s beginnings, what song was the toughest to get right, and thoughts about the upcoming film.
Bill Would Give Green Cards to Undocumented 9/11 Volunteers Several Democratic members of New York’s congressional delegation are seeking to protect hundreds of ground-zero workers from deportation.
Metropolitan Diary: The Urban Jurors People scatter after the intense experience of rendering a verdict.
The Siren Call of Restaurant Week, and How It All Started Visitors and residents thrill to sit down for New York’s fanciest dining at a discount, but it wasn’t originally thought to be great for the restaurants.