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John E. McGrath of National Theater Wales will take over from Alex Poots, who has led the event since it began in 2007.
After the election in Britain, Peter Morgan writes a new scene for “The Audience.”
In “The Painted Rocks at Revolver Creek,” the acclaimed playwright brings Nukain Mabuza’s life and art to a larger audience.
The principals Sarah Lamb and Steven McRae, and Natalia Osipova will be among the cast members when the Royal Ballet comes to Lincoln Center in June.
The show will not use dance, Mr. Baryshnikov said, but will incorporate body language along with selected poems by Joseph Brodsky.
The troupe will include Judi Dench and put on a season of plays.
After a long career in film and on television, Ms. Manville earned praise and an Olivier for her turn in Ibsen’s play, starting a run at the Brooklyn Academy of Music.
A six-part series takes on Hilary Mantel’s two “Wolf Hall” novels, led by Mark Rylance as Thomas Cromwell.
The Edinburgh International Festival in August will be the first under the direction of Fergus Linehan.
A new take on the musical at the Châtelet pays homage to the film's words, action and heroes.
The 2015-16 season of “Bolshoi Ballet in Cinema” will show seven full-length ballets in some 450 spots across the United States and Canada.
The choreographer had to acquire new skills to direct a stage adaptation of the hit movie musical for Broadway.
Mr. Hallberg, a principal dancer, is recovering from foot surgery last fall and will not perform.
David Hare’s play, which has transferred from London in a production directed by Stephen Daldry, finds two former lovers reuniting.
Studio Wayne McGregor will form part of an ambitious new educational and cultural hub for East London.
Two never-produced Pinter screenplays, “Victory” and “The Dreaming Child,” will be broadcast as radio plays on the BBC.
The coming season brings exciting challenges for new artists working on and off Broadway.
Christopher Wheeldon will choreograph a new "Nutcracker" for December 2016 for the Joffrey Ballet in Chicago, replacing Robert Joffrey's version.
An exhibition planned for London and New York will celebrate 40 years of theater in both cities.
Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui has been named artistic director of the Royal Flanders Ballet, and Tamas Moricz will be associate artistic director.
The shows will be part of Rufus Norris’s first season as the theater’s artistic director.
The Royal Ballet from London will perform at the David H. Koch Theater at Lincoln Center in June.
Complicité, a troupe known for haunting experimental work, brings “Lionboy,” its first full-fledged family production, to the New Victory.
The Merce Cunningham Trust will give $250,000 to the Baryshnikov Arts Center and $375,000 to the Foundation for Contemporary Arts.
In roughly 130 pieces of correspondence to her brother, Constance Wilde described pains, exhaustion and partial facial paralysis, symptoms that are often associated with multiple sclerosis.
The Théâtre de la Ville and the Théâtre du Châtelet in Paris will close for extensive renovations after the 2016 season.
The two will create a new work based on the diaries of Vaslav Nijinsky, to have its premiere at the Festival di Spoleto in Italy in July 2015.
Those balletomanes who have never quite recovered from Peter Boal’s retirement, 10 years ago, as a principal dancer at New York City Ballet, can throw off the mourning garb. Mr. Boal, who …
American Ballet Theater and the Segerstrom Center for the Arts in Costa Mesa, Calif., will open the American Ballet Theater William J. Gillespie School on the Segerstrom campus in September,…
The Globe Theater will offer full video versions of its own productions as well as others for a fee.
The ballet company will present two seasons a year at the theater, a partnership that is a departure for both organizations.