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The small theaters that help make the city a theater capital are cutting back as they struggle to recover from the pandemic.
The musical, now midway through a sold-out Off Broadway run at the Public Theater, will transfer to the Shubert Theater in March.
A show about the televangelist, with songs by Elton John and Jake Shears, had a run in London last year and plans to open in New York next season.
The production, a new translation by Heidi Schreck, will also star Alison Pill, William Jackson Harper, Alfred Molina and Anika Noni Rose.
“The Heart of Rock and Roll” is a romantic comedy featuring songs by the chart-topping 1980s band.
Rachel Chavkin of “Hadestown” will direct the show, which had developmental productions in Massachusetts and California.
A new production, directed by Kenny Leon, will feature a diverse cast and will aim to speak to contemporary America.
An acclaimed revival of the musical plans to open in March at the Nederlander Theater.
Heidi Schreck’s play will have at least 16 productions around the country; last season’s most-produced play, “Clyde’s,” came in second.
The musical, about early-20th-century efforts to win the right to vote for women, will open in April at the Music Box Theater.
The show said Thursday that it would play a final performance at the Nederlander Theater on Jan. 14, but did not rule out continuing elsewhere.
“Hell’s Kitchen,” a musical inspired by the singer-songwriter’s teenage years in New York, is set to open Off Broadway.
Thomas Schumacher is relinquishing his role overseeing the division’s business operations.
Starting with the next academic year, the drama school will eliminate an “unrealistic burden” for graduate acting students.
How hotshot directors are reimagining “Cats,” “Evita,” “Jesus Christ Superstar” and “Sunset Boulevard.”
Sondheim said days before his death in 2021 that he did not know when it would be finished, but the musical, now called “Here We Are,” begins performances Thursday.
The position is one of the few nonunion segments of the theater industry’s work force.
His pending departure, in 2025, means that there are job openings for the top artistic positions at three of the four nonprofits operating Broadway theaters.
The nonprofit, a singular institution in New York’s theatrical ecosystem, has presented acclaimed works like “Between Riverside and Crazy” and “Next to Normal.”
The Congresswoman was asked to leave after being accused of being loud and recording the show at a moment when many theaters are debating how to deal with raucous audience behavior.
Kelli O’Hara and Brian d’Arcy James will reprise the roles they played Off Broadway earlier this year.
The prominent Los Angeles nonprofit chose the playwright to oversee its artistic programming at a time of crisis for American theaters.
The show, with a group of circus artists as part of the cast, is adapted from Sara Gruen’s best-selling novel.
The theme “No Place Like Home” will drive shows and festivals in both large cities and rural locales of this country on July 27, 2024.
The play, by Amy Herzog, is about a mother caring for a chronically ill child.
“Mother Play,” set in the 1960s, will feature Lange as a mother raising two children, played by Jim Parsons and Celia Keenan-Bolger.
The subscription model, in which theatergoers buy a season’s worth of shows at a time, had long been waning, but it fell off a cliff during the pandemic.
The show, which was capitalized for $20 million, will end its Broadway run on Sept. 3 after 123 performances. Its producers say they are planning a national tour.
The show, which opened in the spring of 2022, has had a remarkable box office turnaround after Michele replaced its original star.
The new production, directed by Josh Rhodes, had a brief run at the Kennedy Center in Washington in May. Casting has not yet been announced.
The big-budget musical that tried to position itself as a nostalgic love letter to the city will close after a summer of dropping sales.