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“For us, there was no option of not doing River to River,” said Lili Chopra, who curated the festival with Nanette Nelms.
The company will travel from Nebraska to New York City — through 14 states — in six sleeper buses and three production trucks.
“The Seven Deadly Sins,” a theatrical anthology series, will start off on June 23 at a series of storefront windows in the Meatpacking District.
“A Beautiful Noise,” featuring songs from the hit-maker's deep catalog, will play a monthlong run in Boston in 2022, with New York planned next.
The dance center in western Massachusetts will stage its summer festival from June 30 to Aug. 29.
Several performances this spring, including a new work by Ayodele Casel, will be recorded onstage at this dance dedicated theater.
Ayodele Casel, Tina Landau, Michael McElroy and PigPen Theater Co. will shape the new public park’s performance programming for its first three seasons.
The choreographer’s nomination was among the 15 that “Jagged Little Pill” earned on Thursday.
“The whole experience of being in this play was like nothing else,” says Smith, the only woman in “The Inheritance,” about contemporary gay life.
The 74th annual Tony nominations were announced at noon.
Broadway.com delayed its “Show of Shows,” set to air Sunday online, in solidarity with those “in the fight for equality and unity” after George Floyd’s death, the site said.
Appointment viewing is back. Find out what online events to look for in coming days, and when to tune in.
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The podcast series features world premieres by the playwrights Robert O’Hara, Heather Christian, Lucas Hnath and Jeremy O. Harris, among others.
Some places have decided to remain open: movies and theater for smaller audiences, galleries by appointment, comedy clubs, jazz, zoos and the Statue of Liberty.
Aran Bell and Roman Mejia among the nominees in the dance category. Sophia Anne Caruso and three actors new to Broadway are competing for the theater prize.
The show will open in the late fall at the August Wilson African American Cultural Center in downtown Pittsburgh.
Favorites like Reggie Wilson and Steve Reich will also appear at the arts center in Fort Greene.
At their best, the artists who died this year could make us see the world in new ways — even as they made us laugh and cry. Here is a tribute to some of them, in their own words.
Jennifer Tipton, a lighting designer who works in dance, theater and opera, is this year’s recipient of the award from the Baryshnikov Arts Center.
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.