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Thanks to a donation of land, the staple of New York summer theater will move to a nearby location. Riverside views will remain.
Through articles, a book, a play and more, a Times special project commemorating the ratification of the 19th Amendment focuses on lesser-known women who were crucial to the fight.
Though no dates are set, Adam Greenfield plans to present four plays, all directed by women, at the Off Broadway theater.
What was meant to have opened Shakespeare in the Park’s season has found new life as a four-part audio play with resonance in the wake of Black Lives Matter.
This year, the Kilroys collective turned a spotlight on work by female and transgender writers whose productions were canceled or postponed.
All of New York City’s major classical music institutions will be closed at least until the end of 2020.
The Broadway soprano can no longer walk. But by propping herself up on the arms of her wheelchair, she can deliver a song. And on Wednesday night, she will.
A summer stage binge reminded one young journalist of the power of great storytelling, and that cheap tickets are out there if you know where to look.