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Our writers suggest works that illuminate and tackle issues of police brutality, social injustice and racial inequity.
The show about race, sex and trauma didn’t earn back its costs, but did demonstrate that audiences would turn out to see, and argue about, risky material.
“Dragon Spring Phoenix Rise,” the unlikely offspring of a Chinese-American opera impresario and the writers of “Kung Fu Panda” — with songs by Sia — aims to show just how high th…
After child molestation accusations of “Leaving Neverland,” books about the pop icon are already being rewritten. Who will have the last word?
The Kenyan-Mexican star of “Us” and “Black Panther,” who seems to excel at everything — even rap — is an exception in her industry, for better and worse.
In 2018, the 34-year-old actor directed his first film, starred in a cable series and returned to Broadway in “True West.” Oh, and did we mention the baby?
We checked in with some nominees to see how they’re feeling about being recognized.
Why the linchpin of Marvel’s “Avengers” movies — and walking image of American fortitude — is giving it all up to play a villain on Broadway (and learn to tap dance).
The Chelsea space gets an appropriate send-off — an improv marathon complete with dance party and Dumpster comedy — before the group moves to Hell’s Kitchen.
Arts in the Armed Forces, founded by the actor and veteran Adam Driver, will grant $10,000 to a playwright who has served in the military.
She’ll play Nala alongside Donald Glover’s Simba, with Billy Eichner and Seth Rogen appearing as Timon and Pumbaa.
The New York governor signed a bill that is the latest salvo in a growing movement to preserve the animals.
Denzel Washington and other cast members reflect on the legacy of the Pulitzer Prize-winning “A Soldier’s Play,” which is being revived Off Broadway.
Houston’s Alley Theater, drenched and damaged by the recent hurricane, is rising above the floodwaters with plans to salvage its productions.