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In Tina Howe Premiere, Theatre 167 Confronts Climate Change
Fans of innovative theatre will surely recognize this as an event.
Theater Critic Helen Shaw: Monster in the Audience
"We prepare and experience and think and respond, but know? I don't know anything."
Summer Read: Hot-Blooded Saga of a New York Immigrant
Anna Fishbeyn's brash and impressive debut novel queries, "What price assimilation?"
Gotta Minute? Nuts and Bolts of the One-Minute Play Festival
Can a play really tell a story in a minute?
For Parent Artists in Theater, Rachel Spencer Hewitt Is a PAAL
For parent artists, a new advocacy network to address needs and raise visibility.
The De Wolfe Questionnaire: Jennifer Stahl, Dance Magazine
The Editor in Chief of Dance Magazine on authors, family and changing to running shoes.
More Women in Ballet Must Go From Pointe to Power
Why is it so difficult to see women not just as fouetteing ballerinas but choreographers?
A Film Festival Grows in Inwood
A film festival in a Northern Manhattan neighborhood has quietly taken root.
Broadway in January: The Best Time for Show Tickets?
Is it the best worst time or the worst best time to get show tickets for Broadway?
Calvin Levels and Lonny Price on the Legacies of Great Painters
Listen to Levels and Price discuss a new play about Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat.
Theater Is Immersed in Caffeine at a Harlem Coffee Shop
In a gentrifying neighborhood "Full City+" evokes nostalgia for the great ’70s sitcoms .
Melkis Alvarez-Baez’s Passion for Nonprofit Work at NPCC
Interview with a nonprofiteer who just cannot get enough nonprofit management!
Lin-Manuel Miranda Reawakens the Wonder at United Palace
Magic returns to an historic movie house with the help of Broadway's superstar.
John O’Hurley on Why We Need the Great American Songbook
A podcast with the Seventh Most Interesting Man in the World.
Singer Marilyn Maye: A Force of Nature at 88
Johnny Carson invited the "outstanding" singer on the Tonight Show 76 times.
Gorilla Theater: 26 Years Later an Actor Returns to the Park
Sometimes life brings you back to the exact same spot you were standing in before.
Post-“Hamilton,” Broadway Diversity Is Flimsy
Broadway offers no riposte to Hollywood racism.
Carnegie Hall Celebrates 125 Years of Great Performances
Explore the history of Carnegie Hall as it celebrates its 125th anniversary
Innovation in Arts Funding: Eight “Actual” Responses
Reflections on making theater without funding.
Eating Disorders in the Dance World
"I also know that no one wanted to step on my toes and tell me how to live..."