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What the stage director Lileana Blain-Cruz saw in New Orleans and how it informs her production of “The House That Will Not Stand.”
A look at the most memorable moments from this year’s ceremony celebrating Broadway.
The two actors, who have never met, share insights on understanding the character of Prior Walter and how to maintain the stamina to play him.
The Jimmy Buffett jukebox musical will wrap up July 1, but promises to tour nationally in 2019.
Disagreeing on classic musicals, agreeing on “The Band’s Visit,” and worried about a season when revivals outshone new plays.
Bette Midler didn’t sing, but talked (and talked). Russians partied in the aisles. And Ben Platt’s heartfelt speech was one of the most inspiring moments.
A team of dressers works in darkness to help the musical’s cast make 300 costume changes, fat suits and hats included.
Simon McBurney’s hypnotic one-man show or Cate Blanchett’s daredevil acting? There are also cast albums like “Bright Star” and “A New Brain.”
The romantic mystery of a girl who may be a 20th century Russian princess will open April 24, 2017, at the Broadhurst Theater.
Joe Mantello and Finn Wittrock will also star in Tennessee Williams’s 1944 drama, which will be directed by Sam Gold and start showing on Feb. 14.
Rajiv Joseph’s drama about humble sentries in 17th-century India was named the best new American play.
A New York Times theater critic, the theater reporter and the theater editor discuss how the awards derby shapes up from here.
The prize for "Sweat," the acclaimed drama about deindustrialization in a working-class city in Pennsylvania, includes a $25,000 check.
Stephen Karam’s family drama will begin performances Jan. 23 at the Helen Hayes Theater.
A revival of Eugene O’Neill’s two-character drama will begin performances in February.
“Bright Star,” which had its premiere in San Diego, will play the Kennedy Center before Broadway.
Terrence Mann will assume the role in the Broadway musical at the end of September.
The musical will have played for more than 500 performances when it closes on Sept. 13.
“Elaine Stritch: Still Here,” “Exact Change” and “Naked Hamilton” are among the shows in this year’s FringeNYC, which opens on Friday.
Florian Zeller’s play has earned acclaim in France and England.
Mr. Broderick will play a dog owner suffering a midlife crisis in A.R. Gurney’s play.
The stage adaptation of Bret Easton Ellis’s satiric novel will open on March 21.
The adaptation of Stephen King’s novel will begin performances on Oct. 22.
An unscientific survey of 44 eligible voters finds good odds for “The King and I” and Helen Mirren as Queen Elizabeth II, and tougher races in other categories.
Amy Herzog's "4000 Miles" gets an LCT3 production.
"Three Pianos" extends run by a week.
Surprise, surprise: he's got a contrary take.
Sunday's closing performances of "A Little Night Music" and "In the Heights'' were especially raucous.
Another delay for Spider Man opening
Steve Lillywhite, the Grammy-winning record producer who counts U2 as among his most frequent clients, has come aboard "Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark.''
Critics and writers for The New York Times write about shows and performances they are looking forward to seeing on New York stages in 2011.