A new historical drama at New Jersey’s Premiere Stages sifts through the history of Seneca Village, a black and immigrant community razed for Central Park.
Bookwriter Robert Horn, along with Nashville song pros and director Gary Griffin, aims for the heart as well as the humor of the TV variety chestnut.
Best known stateside as the big-screen Eponine, Barks throws herself into the role of a mischievous French waif.
They have little in common but their country of origin, but the former director of the National and the founder of Theatre Workshop are British leaders to be reckoned with.
The Chinese opera diva, who has revivified a classic form, rides a wave of adulation to Lincoln Center.
In his funny, heartrending new play ‘Guards at the Taj,’ the writer of ‘Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo’ and ‘Gruesome Playground Injuries’ asks big questions through two small lives.
Two new books look at companies that serve audiences outside the institutional theatre’s cocoon of privilege.
The real-life story of jailhouse meetings between two music-loving siblings is the basis of a new play at B Street Theatre.
Leadership transitions at Mu Performing Arts, Penumbra Theatre, and the Guthrie Theater raise questions as well as expectations for the future.
Lin-Manuel Miranda packed everything he knows about history, hip-hop, and musical theatre into his new hit show. No wonder ‘Hamilton’ is changing everything.