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The 41-year-old singer-songwriter is back on Broadway in September for her fourth starring turn in “Waitress.”
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A version of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” is planned, along with the company’s puppet series, an examination of the Tulsa Race Massacre and more.
The fall season also includes appearances by a Supreme Court justice, Broadway actress and presidential biographer.
Highlights include a photography exhibition on female leaders in public housing and a contemporary play about the life of Mary Shelley, the author of “Frankenstein.”
The Pregones/Puerto Rican Traveling Theater will use the funds, along with $7 million from the city over the last eight years, for an expanded South Bronx space.
“Merry Wives,” an adaptation of Shakespeare’s comedy, had already pushed back its opening night by nearly two weeks after an injury to its leading man.
The composer and producer blamed Britain’s coronavirus restrictions for the delay.
The Lucille Lortel Theater Foundation, which has managed the 97-year-old theater for the past decade, will take over the building in Greenwich Village.
The foundations are adding $5 million to the Disability Futures program, which will continue through 2025 with two more classes of 20 fellows each.
The theater will produce three plays in an ambitious 2021-22 season, but it has also committed to a five-day workweek and reforms that prioritize artists.
“Sun & Sea,” which won top honors at the Venice Biennale in 2019, will make its U.S. premiere at the Brooklyn Academy of Music this fall.
Arbery’s “Corsicana” was added to the theater’s slate for next summer, along with four plays previously announced for 2021.
The Criminal Queerness Festival offers three works that address subjects including addiction, fluid identity and social change.
How did the ratings board overlook songs filled with lust and damnation? “Maybe we bamboozled them with gargoyles,” one filmmaker said.
When The Times staged a musical number for its live event series, the performance served as a sneak preview of a theater world preparing for takeoff.
Federal regulators cited the Shubert Organization for four workplace safety violations in the death of an employee in the Winter Garden Theater.
From a calm socialite, she morphed into an unhinged puppy kidnapper and then a vindictive glamourpuss. Why don’t we hate her?
Discovering Broadway, a nonprofit founded in 2019, brings actors and writers to Central Indiana for weeklong retreats to workshop their new musicals.
Robert L. Lynch, the longtime president and chief executive who had been on paid leave since December, retired on Thursday, the organization’s board announced.
Bryan Fonseca, the founder of a notable company, died of complications from Covid-19. But at the theater named for him, the show goes on.
Applications for the $1,000 grants, from the New York Foundation for the Arts, can be submitted through June 15.
The 2018 workshop for a possible revival of the lush musical was never meant to be seen by the public, but will now stream as a benefit this weekend.
The production will feature lyrics by Florence Welch of Florence and the Machine and a book by the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Martyna Majok.
The 91-year-old composer told the Public Theater last year that he was no longer working on a show based on the films of Luis Buñuel.
A stage adaptation is in the works for Broadway, the West End and Australia. The goal is a 2023 debut.
The Park Avenue Armory is postponing “Afterwardsness” after three members of the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane dance company tested positive for the coronavirus.
“It shouldn’t be an uncomfortable idea that it could be all Black women being represented in this space,” said the star, who’s also working on a new album.
Andra Day and Viola Davis are the category’s first pair of Black nominees since 1973, when Diana Ross was nominated for “Lady Sings the Blues” and Cicely Tyson was up for “Sounder.”
It was the final role — and first win — for the late star of “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom,” who died in August from colon cancer at age 43.
Here’s a quick guide with everything you need to know for the Hollywood Foreign Press Association film and television awards.