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A stage adaptation is in the works for Broadway, the West End and Australia. The goal is a 2023 debut.
The Park Avenue Armory is postponing “Afterwardsness” after three members of the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane dance company tested positive for the coronavirus.
“It shouldn’t be an uncomfortable idea that it could be all Black women being represented in this space,” said the star, who’s also working on a new album.
Andra Day and Viola Davis are the category’s first pair of Black nominees since 1973, when Diana Ross was nominated for “Lady Sings the Blues” and Cicely Tyson was up for “Sounder.”
It was the final role — and first win — for the late star of “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom,” who died in August from colon cancer at age 43.
Here’s a quick guide with everything you need to know for the Hollywood Foreign Press Association film and television awards.
The Disney songwriting power couple behind “Frozen” and “Coco” wrote the very spoiler-y “WandaVision” theme that has permanently lodged itself in people’s brains.
Two former students of Mr. Franco’s have agreed to drop their claims that he had intimidated them into performing explicit sex scenes. Mr. Franco has denied the allegations.
The Emmy-nominated writer and performer will work with Matthew López to adapt the comedy for the stage.
“NY PopsUp” will kick off Feb. 20 and run through Labor Day.
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said that New York urgently needs to bring the arts back — not only to help jobless artists, but to make sure that New York City survives.
Fans in the theater world, including Matthew Broderick and Debra Messing, will appear in a Christmas Day telethon to try to save the West Bank Cafe.
The Department of Cultural Affairs announced Tuesday that more than 1,000 of the city’s cultural organizations would receive the funds.
Like her character, Jo Ellen Pellman identifies as queer, and she is making her film debut in the Netflix musical alongside A-listers like Meryl Streep and Nicole Kidman.
Richard D. Parsons, the former Time Warner chief executive who led the Harlem nonprofit’s board for 19 years, will be succeeded by Charles Phillips.
The Westchester Broadway Theater was one of the last remaining professional dinner theaters in the country.
Lee and Kwame Kwei-Armah will write the movie musical, about the invention of the little blue pill, which will feature music by Stew Stewart and Heidi Rodewald.
The 54-year-old man fell from a ladder above the stage at the theater that most recently hosted “Beetlejuice.”
“The Right Girl,” about a film executive who confronts sexual exploitation, was aimed for a live production. Instead, it was recorded by actors at home.
After a grueling run and tumultuous summer, the Tony-nominated star of “Tina — The Tina Turner Musical” relishes the time to heal.
“I’m so deeply moved,” said the actor, who was nominated for best lead actor for his role in “Sea Wall/A Life” and was a producer for that show and “Slave Play.”
The 56-year-old actress received her fourth Tony nomination for her role as a creative-writing professor grappling with a cancer diagnosis in “The Sound Inside.”
Twelve nominations, including one for Best Play, is an encouraging sign: “It feels very invigorating that the community wants to have this conversation right now.”
After three decades, the noted experimental New York theater company will stop producing shows in 2022.
And just 20 percent of shows on New York stages were written by people of color in the 2017-18 season, a report says.
The Billie Holiday Theater in Brooklyn will spearhead The Black Seed, a strategic plan that will offer grants to up to 50 theaters across the country.
Ten voices from around the world reflect on performing in — and ushering and seeing — some of the first live shows since March.
Laura Linney, Patti LuPone and Jeremy O. Harris will also feature in the digital performance of scenes from Tony Kushner’s two-part epic on Oct. 8.
Creative professionals can receive $5,000 grants through the end of the year, thanks to additional funding by the Mellon Foundation and others.