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The festival will be live streamed for free, featuring performances by Frankie J. Alvarez, Lilli Cooper, Charlayne Woodard, and more.
Transport Group will broadcast the video recording of the world-premiere musical to raise funds for the Black Theatre Network.
Juliet Salazar directs the monologue play, adapted for video and performed by a cast of 10.
The virtual classes are available for adults and youth.
The Saheem Ali-helmed production, available from The Public Theater via WNYC, also features Lupita Nyong'o, Phylicia Rashad, and Estelle Parsons.
Ann Harada, Thom Sesma, Mia Katigbak, Mirirai Sithole, Emma Ramos, and others bring an iconic monologue to life in their town. OUR town.
The founder and artistic director of Blackboard Plays, and Harlem9 producer, looks towards the future.
The 31-page document of measures follows the publishing of a powerful letter in June that was signed by 300 theatremakers.
The performance of the title song will raise donations for the British Theatre Academy's training programs.
Cast members from the 2017 concert perform the title song to raise donations for the British Theatre Academy’s training programs,
The Showtime series will be penned and executive-produced by Horne's granddaughter, Jenny Lumet.
Dominique Morisseau is the honorary playwright for the 45th annual festival, which had been scheduled to take place at The Vineyard.
The new play, conceived by Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen, is based on first-person stories of New York City’s first responders during the COVID-19 crisis.
The fourth edition of the online theatre initiative, benefiting No Kid Hungry, will stream July 15–19.
The NY Classical Theatre production of Oscar Wilde’s comedy was originally staged in 2019.
Berkshire Theatre Group will stage Godspell outdoors, and Barrington Stage Company will present Harry Clarke.
Nathan Alan Davis and Karen Zacarias are among the participating playwrights in the evening of creative protest.
The live streamed conversation will bring theatre company leaders together and present actionable steps for a more equitable future.
NBT continues its founder's month celebrations, with the public release of the letter, a weekly conversation series, and more.
Selected from over 500 applicants, the 10 playwrights will be in residence at the Off-Broadway theatre for two years.
Held every Friday, the Live With Atlantic series is free and takes place over Zoom.
The legendary boxer's life will be brought to the screen in HBO's new limited series, Unruly.
The Wilma Globe model is inspired by Shakespeare's Globe theatre.
Toby Schmitz, seen on Broadway in The Present, will perform the play.
The Apple family reunites online for another free Zoom play, available on YouTube.
The play, which will stream on YouTube, is based on first-person stories of New York City’s first responders during the pandemic.
The initiative includes soft light, a video meditation on the joys and challenges of Black remembrance with Lynn Nottage, Kara Young, Keelay Gipson, and others.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning musical premieres on Disney+ July 3.
Train with Broadway stars this summer as part of the newly launched Playhouse platform.
The League will reportedly hire a company to survey all aspects of the theatre industry, among other steps towards a more equitable future.
The Tina star will lead the evening of music, dance, spoken word, and storytelling.