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Park, the first Asian American female composer on Broadway, was nominated for best original score.
Gospel soul returns to the stage as the long-running musical is revived for Black History Month at El Museo’s El Teatro.
Robert Lyons, the founding artistic director, said it was time for a new generation to take over the West Village stage.
Garth Fagan, who won a Tony in 1998, is known for threading ballet training and discipline into his Afro-Caribbean movement.
In addition to Smith’s “The Wife of Willesden,” the Academy will present its annual DanceAfrica festival and a music series curated by Solange Knowles.
Schele Williams will direct and JaQuel Knight is choreographing a new production of the show, with additional material by Amber Ruffin. It will start its tour in Baltimore.
Luis A. Miranda Jr., a political consultant and activist whose son, Lin-Manuel Miranda, composed one of the Public’s biggest hits, “Hamilton,” was named chair of the theater’s board.
Haunt the streets at Halloween parades. Dance at a “Zombie Prom.” Or find your way through a corn maze. We’ve got you covered on how to celebrate.
The play, adapted from his memoir of the same name, will run for 75 performances starting in October.
The musical adaptation, part of Free Shakespeare in the Park, is a remounting of an acclaimed production that had a short run in 2017.
Abigail Barlow and Emily Bear gained prominence through TikTok and won a Grammy Award for their musical take on the hit streaming series.
Zollar, founder of the dance ensemble Urban Bush Women, will receive a cash award of $250,000 for pushing the boundaries of art and contributing to social change.
The company, which had been on tour in France when the Russian invasion of Ukraine began, will make a stop at Fall for Dance at City Center.