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The venue will expand its cultural offerings with a slate of multidisciplinary works, including projects by its master artist-in-residence, Ta-Nehisi Coates.
“Lemmings: 21st Century,” a satire on modern festival culture, will have a two-night engagement in March.
The production, “Last Summer at Bluefish Cove” by Jane Chambers, is backed by producers including Ellen DeGeneres and Lily Tomlin.
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.
Mrs. Trudeau, the former first lady of Canada, and Ms. Nyad, the endurance swimmer, will perform in three-night limited engagements at the Minetta Lane Theater this fall.
The 2019-20 season also features appearances by Billy Porter and Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
“The Season of Anarchy: The Return of the Macs” will include a new play by Mr. Mac and a festival of works by Mr. Wellman.
The nonprofit organization is unveiling a new name — Film at Lincoln Center — in an effort to reach a wider audience.
An immersive show opening at the museum in February will feature new works by the performance artist.
The extensive project, funded by the Herb Alpert Foundation, will replace the building’s facade and update its public gallery space.
The new limited series “Fosse/Verdon” shimmies onto FX. And Nicole Kidman’s crime thriller arrives on Hulu.
The Australian comedian will start the American tour of her new show in San Francisco on April 29 and wrap up in Manhattan this summer.
The play, by Florian Zeller, is slated for Manhattan Theater Club’s 2019-20 season, along with works by Jeff Augustin and Qui Nguyen.
Ring in the year of the Pig with a concert, festival or film screening.
The 2019 winners of the awards, given by a panel to the year’s most promising lyricist and librettist, are Shaina Taub, Sarah Hammond and Charlie Sohne.
Quotes from notable actors, musicians, writers and dancers who made us laugh and cry and look at the world in new, myriad ways.
Stream the Boss’s Broadway show from the comfort of your couch. Or watch a personal investigation into the medical industry.
The playwright took the prize for “The Bandaged Place,” a play about an abusive relationship between two gay men.
The biographical jukebox musical, which opened on Broadway on April 23, struggled to win over audiences.
After its debut in Boston, the stage adaptation of the 2001 film will arrive in New York next summer.
The one-woman play by Phoebe Waller-Bridge will have a five-week run at SoHo Playhouse in the spring.
John Leguizamo’s one-man Broadway show comes to Netflix. And Samantha Bee hosts a special episode of “Full Frontal” ahead of the midterm elections.
NBC celebrates 15 years of “Wicked” on Broadway. And Alexandra Pelosi breaks out of her liberal shell in a new documentary.
Two documentaries celebrate the lives of inimitable writers: the playwright Arthur Miller and the film critic Roger Ebert.
Meet eccentric New York personalities through the HBO series “High Maintenance.” And catch the teenage comedy “Mean Girls” before it leaves Netflix.
Damien Chazelle’s musical on the wonders and struggles of making it in Hollywood comes to HBO. And life goes on in Season 2 of “One Mississippi.”
Mr. Keach received medical testing after struggling through his opening night performance of “Pamplona,” a play about Ernest Hemingway, at the Goodman Theater.
What if Trump and Clinton’s genders were swapped? Previews of the re-enactment of the 2016 debates will come to the Theater Center on Wednesday.
The prequel will star Iain Armitage as a 9-year-old Sheldon Cooper, with Jim Parsons of “Big Bang” providing narration as the adult Sheldon.