It is church for the heart and mind. It is shul for the intellect. A mosque celebrating mankind.
One theater production’s journey back to the stage after the longest and costliest shutdown in New York theater’s history.
We visit the “Hadestown” company and a new playwright, share backstage performances, and answer your theater questions in the “Offstage” series finale.
Two critics on the show’s return — a turning point in live theater and another stage in the rock star’s lifelong evolution.
On Saturday, “Springsteen on Broadway” became the first full-length show to take the stage since the Covid-19 pandemic forced performances to shut down in March 2020.
Ms. Banes was a mainstay of the New York stage who also acted in films and on television. She died on Monday, 10 days after she was struck by a scooter as she was crossing a street in Manhattan.
Most of the prizes will be announced on the Paramount+ streaming service, followed by a starry concert celebrating Broadway on CBS television.
The city’s beach and outdoor pool season is starting on schedule after a partial and delayed reopening last summer.
On a thrilling trip to New York, a 16-year-old budding critic learned that the insistent optimism of musical theater was a beautiful lie.
A critic writes a plea to the film and TV stars who got their starts in the theater and can do more to aid its rescue.
The city is mired in an economic crisis, and the return of visitors looks distant. That’s devastating news for these three tourist destinations.
With people hunkered down at home, cities should act quickly to find a better balance between cars and pedestrians and cyclists.