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The production of “Straight Line Crazy,” by David Hare, will begin preview performances Oct. 18 and have a nine-week run.
Three productions — two fictional walking tours and one “docu-theater” play — weave New York City’s landmarks into interactive theatrical storytelling.
The festival welcomes foreign troupes for the first time since 2019; other City Center highlights include Twyla Tharp and “The Light in the Piazza” at Encores!
The Tony Awards are being held Sunday at Radio City Music Hall.
The ballet star discusses what’s next in his first interview since he won his job with the company back after a nude photo sharing scandal.
The university is commemorating the African Grove Theater, part of a new building opening in 2023.
Chan, a former principal with Houston Ballet, entered the company as a soloist in 2021 and now becomes its first Chinese principal.
On Monday, the nominees for the 75th Tony Awards will be announced. The ceremony will take place on June 12 on CBS and Paramount+.
While for-profit theater owners and operators agreed to stop checking proof of vaccination this week, several nonprofit Broadway theaters continue to require it.
The industry hopes that ending vaccine checks will make theatergoing more attractive, and that the remaining mask mandate will help keep audiences safe as cases have risen.
The company has announced five works for its 2022-23 lineup, which will include Agnes Borinsky’s “The Trees,” directed by Tina Satter.
Tracy Weller’s new multimedia theater piece focuses on those buried in New York City’s potter’s field and the inmates who dug the graves there.