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Michele Roberge resigned after the administration of California State University, Long Beach, canceled a performance of “N*W*C,” which focuses on race.
Jordan Harrison won for outstanding new play for “Marjorie Prime” and Zayd Dohrn won for promising new play for “The Profane,” which will have its premiere in March.
Ms. Ferrentino won for her play “Ugly Lies the Bone,” a New York Times Critics’ Pick.
The Tony-winning Broadway producer will oversee theater, food and fashion projects at the Westfield malls.
The popular mini-concert series tied to the musical “Hamilton” will retire, at least temporarily, after the performance on Wednesday.
The show, which originated in a London pie shop in 2014, will arrive at the Barrow Street Theater in February.
Laura Benanti will perform songs from across her career; the season also includes Judy Collins and Christine Ebersole.
The Soulpepper Theater Company will stage new plays and musicals at the Pershing Square Signature Center in the summer of 2017.
Bob McGrath, Emilio Delgado and Roscoe Orman were all part of “Sesame Street” for more than 40 years.
The comedian will perform a one-man stand-up set centered on politics.
The musical, which stars Laura Benanti, Zachary Levi and Jane Krakowski, was nominated for eight Tony Awards.
The New Yiddish Rep will produce a staged reading of “God of Vengeance,” the subject of the current play “Indecent,” for two performances in June.
This year’s crop of musical writers includes Brian Crawley and Adam Gwon.
“She Loves Me” garnered four awards and “Long Day’s Journey” three.
Ms. Topol, who recently directed “Ironbound” at Rattlestick, will take over the theater company.
The Lortel Awards, which celebrates Off Broadway works, announced its winners on Sunday.
The theater will host a new John Kander musical as well as a premiere from Nicky Silver.
Taylor Mac, Josh Radnor and Santino Fontana will present new works this summer.
The Irish Repertory Theater production of this work by Conor McPherson starts previews on May 17 and opens on June 9.
The actor will play the Shakespeare’s melancholy Danish prince in a 2017 production by Theater for a New Audience.
She will receive a $10,000 award for her play “Utility.”
The stage adaptation of Mark Haddon’s novel will have played 800 regular performances when it finishes its run.
The season will also include a revival of Horton Foote’s “The Roads to Home.”
Lena Hall and Michael C. Hall, who performed in “Hedwig and the Angry Inch,” will present “Radiohead: Obsessed” at Café Carlyle in Manhattan.
Julia Jarcho, Ethan Lipton and Eric Dufault will present plays at Summerworks.
The two-time Emmy winner will make a splash on Broadway next January as the lead in the Théâtre du Châtelet’s production.
The actress Diane Lane pays tribute to Elizabeth Swados, the composer, writer and director.
Schedule conflicts are cited as Mr. Prince withdraws as the director of “The Band’s Visit.”
David Bowie will be honored at a tribute concert at Carnegie Hall featuring the Roots and Cyndi Lauper.
She will take a recurring role on the Fox television series "Empire" instead.
Kwame Kwei-Armah and Shaina Taub are spearheading a musical adaptation of “Twelfth Night.”