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The 2014 play “King Charles III,” in which a fictional Prince Harry wants to leave the royal family, has proved to be prophetic.
The songwriting team behind the musical comedy “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” will write the score.
Ashlee Latimer fostered a young online community through the musical’s social media. Fans know her better as Mx. Thief.
Faced with staff resignations and significant debt, the organization declared bankruptcy after 15 years.
Yu won the Relentless Award for “Nightwatch,” a story based on his family that he wrote as a student at the University of California, Los Angeles.
The 1956 musical drama, with an acclaimed operatic score, will premiere this summer at Bard SummerScape in Annandale-on-Hudson.
The “Crown” duo will portray a couple at a crossroads in Duncan Macmillan’s “Lungs,” which will have a limited New York run after selling out in London.
Fans came for a big-screen experience of Martin Scorsese’s gangster epic at the Belasco Theater, ahead of the film’s arrival on Netflix. They left with a few souvenirs.
When Sarah Stiles bowed out of the series “Get Shorty” to take a role on Broadway in “Tootsie,” the TV show explained the exit with a story line based on her experience.
Costumed fans have flocked to the Winter Garden Theater for a weekly contest that colors the audience black and white and deathly green.
The 1993 comedy has a Broadway-friendly family plot, but filling one of Robin Williams’s most memorable roles could be risky.
The creators of “The Lightning Thief” musical may have added songs to the Percy Jackson story, but they’re not about to make the movie’s mistakes.
The play, which has chronicled the Lehman Brothers’ rise and devastating collapse through several sold-out runs, will open at the Nederlander Theater in March.
Richard Linklater will direct a screen adaptation of the short-lived Stephen Sondheim musical, starring Ben Platt, Beanie Feldstein and Blake Jenner.
The time-honored line in Central Park was a reliable way to get tickets. The new lottery has less certainty but may be more equitable.
The world premiere adaptation of the 1997 animated film puts everyday New Yorkers — 117 of them — in the production at the Delacorte.
The surrealist production filled with clowns and, yes, snow, joins the ranks of this season’s limited-run holiday shows.
After more than two decades and three out-of-town runs, “Harmony” is scheduled for early next year.
The Queens, Brooklyn and New York libraries’ initiative has partnered with 17 new cultural institutions since its inception, bringing the number of participants up to 50.
The royal new musical with an American creative team will open at the Longacre Theater in March.
During the curtain call for “The Prom,” a show that celebrates inclusivity, a lesbian couple exchanged their marriage vows.
When Mr. Prince died on Wednesday at age 91, he left behind several lifetimes’ worth of directing and producing successes.
Leslie Koch, who led Governors Island, will go to the Perelman Center, the final piece of the plan to revive the Lower Manhattan site.
The company that created abridged musicals for schools has begun to tailor productions for older actors in community centers and nursing homes.
The musical adaptation of the 1990 film started strong at the box office, but no one onstage turned out to have the drawing power of Julia Roberts.
Each show arrived on Broadway with a big name in its title and major creative talents behind the scenes. But audiences kept their distance.
Issues at the heart of the scandal resonate in “Admissions,” Joshua Harmon’s comedy. How did the news affect the show?
Ms. Chavkin, the only woman directing a musical on Broadway this season, won for best direction of a musical.
Mr. Cranston, who plays a journalist in “Network,” won best leading actor in a play.