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Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker, the Wooster Group and Toshiki Okada lead the roster of dance and theater artists.
Works by Lauren Gunderson, Lauren Yee and Larissa FastHorse see multiple productions, while “Bright Star” proves a popular musical.
The Broadway director and producer was a mainstay in the pages of The New York Times.
The 2019-2020 slate includes performance pieces that deal with blackface, environmental destruction and colonialism.
Atlantic Theater Company will host the world premiere of “The Bedwetter,” based on her 2010 memoir, along with a new play by Stephen Adly Guirgis.
The fall season at N.Y.U. Skirball Center will also include 10 interdisciplinary performance works by artists like John Kelly and Mette Ingvartsen.
A team of workers spent Friday at the Park Avenue Armory putting together the centerpiece of the set for “The Lehman Trilogy,” an 800-square-foot transparent cube.
This space, in Brooklyn, plans to move into new quarters by midsummer. JACK also will have a new full-time co-director, Jordana De La Cruz.
Mr. Coster-Waldau, known for playing Jaime Lannister on HBO’s “Game of Thrones,” is no stranger to the bloody side of feudal politics.
Theater for a New Audience will present Jackie Sibblies Drury’s shape-shifting play, which had its premiere at Soho Rep.
Ms. Washington said on “The Tonight Show” on Monday that the Netflix version will “kind of be this movie-play hybrid event.”
An art exhibition, a play and more events that will help you commemorate the civil rights leader.
Quotes from notable actors, musicians, writers and dancers who made us laugh and cry and look at the world in new, myriad ways.
The company will commission 22 plays, with more than half set to go to female playwrights and playwrights of color, its artistic director said.
The star is revisiting her role in Samuel Beckett’s “Happy Days” at Madison Square Park, in a costume by Arlene Shechet, whose art is on display there.
Lucas Hnath’s Ibsen sequel will be seen at 27 theaters, and work by women is dramatically represented on American Theater magazine’s annual tally.
In plays like “Intractable Woman,” about a murdered investigative journalist, Stefano Massini seeks to create a “biopsy of reality.”
From circus to Sophocles, the Brooklyn Academy of Music’s executive producer leaves his mark.
Stefano Massini’s play about the Lehman brothers earned acclaim in London and will make its North American debut at the Park Avenue Armory in March.
Masha Gessen has organized six panels on the theme of reimagining democracy that cover topics like “A Post-Work World.”
Ms. Yee won the outstanding new American play award for “Cambodian Rock Band,” and Ms. Backhaus’s “India Pale Ale” won promising new American play.
Air-quality concerns have cost the theater festival about $2 million in ticket sales and led to cancellations of free outdoor performances.
“Sakina’s Restaurant,” which originally ran in 1998, will play at the Minetta Lane Theater in October. A Patti Smith show is also in the new lineup.
The New York International Fringe Festival will be split into two, with one slate in Manhattan and a “bring your own venue” slate in the other boroughs.
The season — with work by Melanie Maar, Miguel Gutierrez and Niall Jones — is focused on creative process, ahead of a move to a new facility in 2020.
Craig Peterson, the artistic director of the center, says the new season will focus how local issues on the Lower East Side mirror national concerns.
Other presidents have dawdled, too, but President Trump is the first to go this long without awarding national medals in the arts and humanities.
Several world premieres are part of the 2018-19 season at La Mama Experimental Theater Club, which won the 2018 regional theater Tony Award.
They include a musical version of Amy Heckerling’s “Clueless,” Edie Falco’s turn as a Democratic political operative and a new play by Jesse Eisenberg.
These are the winners of the 72nd annual Tony Awards.
Ms. Washington and Steven Pasquale will star in the Broadway debut of Christopher Demos-Brown’s “American Son,” beginning in October.