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The initiative, with New York Theater Workshop, Soho Rep and others, aims to foster inclusion of Asian-American theater artists, technicians and administrators.
Russell Granet will be the new president and chief executive of the organization, taking over as Cora Cahan steps down.
The new space will be financed by a $20 million gift from the Leon and Toby Cooperman Family Foundation.
David Korins is bringing some of Chatsworth House, the stately home from the movie “Pride and Prejudice,” to New York — for a show at Sotheby’s.
The Brooklyn-based playwright, who is 37, earned the $25,000 prize for her play that deals with race and family.
The company acquired The Works Entertainment, the makers of the Illusionists magic franchise and other shows.
For the first time in her career, Ms. Caldwell will perform as an openly transgender woman, in a part that tracks closely with her own life.
The Oscar- and Tony-winning actor will play the lead role in a production of the Eugene O’Neill drama, directed by George C. Wolfe.
Students and alumni are frustrated by the turmoil in Harvard’s graduate theater program and have trained their ire on its leader, the director Diane Paulus.
In his first interview since being ousted as Kermit, Steve Whitmire said he had been given little warning. Disney painted a different picture.
A new setback for a school that has ties to the acclaimed American Repertory Theater, but from which students leave with enormous debt.
A cease-and-desist letter came as a surprise to Kevin Broccoli, who had planned to bring his play “James Franco and Me” to New York in August.
These writers and performers are using the warmer months to take some risks, test themselves and expand their talents onstage.
The bandleader Paul Shaffer will host the festival, which is to include performances from many of the musicians whose careers were shaped there.