Theater

Review: The Compassion of ‘A Thousand Ways (Part Two)’

In the theater, my stranger and I — I still do not know his name, or the bottom of his…

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Katori Hall’s ‘The Hot Wing King’ Wins 2021 Pulitzer Prize For Drama

Katori Hall’s comedy-drama play The Hot Wing King, which was given a world premiere by Off Broadway’s Signature Theatre Company…

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‘Worlds Fair Inn’ Review: You Can Check Out Anytime You Like

What have we learned from all of those dark nights, and will anything have changed now that the lights are…

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Running the Show From the Kitchen Table

A cartoonist marvels as his wife juggles directing an Oregon theater, and their family, during the pandemic. Source

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Want ‘Springsteen On Broadway’ Tickets? Get In (Virtual) Line And Prepare To Pony Up

Longtime Bruce Springsteen fans are well-practiced in the art of waiting in line for tickets, a skill that could come…

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Jeff Daniels to Return to Broadway in ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’

Aaron Sorkin’s stage adaptation of “To Kill a Mockingbird,” which before the pandemic was the rare play to have a…

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Free of Protesters, Paris Theaters Reopen With Little Imagination

PARIS — When the Odéon Theater reopened to audiences here with a staging of “The Glass Menagerie” at the end…

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Fran Drescher Tells ‘The View’ That ‘The Nanny’ Musical Coming Soon To Broadway

Despite the Covid death last year of its announced co-composer Adam Schlesinger, The Nanny Broadway musical is “almost ready to…

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Shubert Foundation Awards Record $32.1M In Grants To 575 Non-Profit Arts Groups

Following an unprecedented year of hardship for the performing arts, the Shubert Foundation announced today that it would award a…

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Theater to Stream: Pride Goes Online

Let rainbow-festooned theater and cabaret take over your computer, tablet or television this month: With streaming, you can now bask…

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