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The estate attributed the change in plans to labor issues and not a forthcoming documentary detailing abuse allegations against the late pop star.
Performers and stage managers who help develop hit shows will share in the riches following an agreement reached Friday between their union and producers.
The newest feat to be undertaken by the Public Theater’s Public Works program will be an adaptation of the Disney musical “Hercules.”
The show has an unusually ambitious touring schedule, especially for a musical that was not a huge success on Broadway.
The song, written for the pregnant protagonist of “Waitress,” has been claimed, unexpectedly, by men, children and singers of all sorts.
At the time of its closing, the show will have played 589 regular and 36 preview performances. The Broadway run will be followed by a national tour.
“Paradise Square” is the most expensive show Berkeley Repertory Theater has ever done. Its creators are prestigious, its major patron notorious.
Mr. Miranda will play King Arthur on March 4, with the proceeds to benefit the nonprofit Lincoln Center Theater.
The show, which uses Ms. Morissette’s song catalog to tackle sexual violence and addiction, had a sold-out run in Massachusetts last year.
The musical will be a prequel to the film, telling the story of how Mike Lane became a stripper.
The acclaimed performers will perform a revival of the intense and intimate Terrence McNally play starting in May.
The show, “Don’t Stop ’Til You Get Enough,” will run this fall, from Oct. 29 to Dec. 1, at the James M. Nederlander Theater.
MCC Theater, an influential but itinerant Off Broadway nonprofit, has finally found a home.
Andrew Barth Feldman, a high school junior on Long Island, is an ardent theater fan who has been acting since he was 8. Now he’ll be leading the cast in his favorite show.
The play, written by and starring Heidi Schreck, is about gender and American legal history.
The show’s creator hopes its 17-day run in San Juan will call attention to the struggling island’s needs as well as its riches.
After the bookstore announced it was being forced from its home by rising rents, Mr. Miranda teamed up with “Hamilton” associates and the city on a rescue plan.
Mr. Miranda and three of his “Hamilton” collaborators have purchased the Drama Book Shop, a century-old theater district purveyor of scripts, sheet music and other stage-related reading …
Actors’ Equity said it would prevent its members from testing out material during a play’s development until a new contract is reached.
Actors’ Equity is threatening to bar members from participating in developmental labs without a better financial deal.
The musical grossed more than $4 million, while plays showed surprising strength at the box office, too.
The island has shaped the “Hamilton” creator’s identity. Now he’s bringing the musical to San Juan, and things are getting complicated.
With Lin-Manuel Miranda in the title role, the musical will delay performances and run in a San Juan arts venue, not at the University of Puerto Rico.
The music industry conglomerate also owns the Rodgers & Hammerstein organization and has a joint publishing-licensing venture with Andrew Lloyd Webber.
The darkly revisionist production, which was staged this fall at St. Ann’s Warehouse, will play the Circle in the Square.
Harper Lee’s estate objected to elements of Aaron Sorkin’s early stage adaptation. Now it arrives on Broadway with concessions from both sides.
The revival of Harvey Fierstein’s Tony-winning play will mount a national tour with Michael Urie continuing in the lead role.
In the middle of the opening-night performance on Monday, the actor who plays Sonny Bono criticized Mr. West for looking at his cellphone. The rapper apologized.
Two Iranians and a Syrian were allowed entry to perform “The Jungle,” a play about refugees, after urgings by Sting and an ex-archbishop of Canterbury.
Regional productions of the Broadway hits are the subject of a legal dispute between competing theater operators.
The show won the Tony Award for best musical revival, but was not a financial success.