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We freshen up in them, overhear theater gossip in them, and wash our hands before leaving them. Now we rank them.
David Byrne's 'American Utopia' gives audiences a chance to reflect on the world they want to see.
Lincoln Center's Passport to the Arts program has been running since 1989, but this is the first year it's online, bringing accessible programming to disabled audiences now through Zoom.
The protagonist of Goethe’s 1788 play, 'Egmont,' which Beethoven set to music, is a man who speaks out when his fellow citizens are too afraid. Liev Schreiber narrates this timely new prod…
The Tonys have a key platform in a moment of monumental shifts. Will the awards show rise to the occasion?
For 'The Parsnip Ship,' audio theater is not a stopgap for live drama; this is an accessible and pure artform unto itself.
Six feet of distance between them won't do anything to dampen Foy and Smith's chemistry.
Join in a 'Social DisDance' party, or try one of writer Paula Vogel's 'recipes' for creating a new play.
Writer and HIV/AIDS educator John MrDargh and his husband, Tim Dunn, reflect on Matthew Lopez’s epic two-part play, and what a new generation of LGBTQ activists now face.
For the team behind Classical Theatre of Harlem's modernized Dickens' classic, it's personal.
He's been called 'the most technically accomplished male ballet dancer in the United States.' Here, Herman Cornejo talks about the most memorable moments in his career so far.
We can thank productions like 'The Band's Visit' for paving the way for this year's uptown migration of risky, dazzling downtown shows.