He gained a wide following as a crusty hospital administrator on the 1980s medical drama “St. Elsewhere.”
The lifting of pandemic capacity restrictions repaves the Great White Way.
Studio Theatre’s “Until the Flood,” Signature Theatre’s “Midnight at the Never Get” and Arena Stage’s “A More Perfect Union” excel in the absence of in-person attendance.
“Blindness” at Shakespeare Theatre Company and “Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter” at GALA Hispanic Theatre are leading the way
Theaters, bars, restaurants, museums, retail stores, gyms and more come under the order.
He inspired George Balanchine to create roles for him and created National Dance Institute to mold generations of new dancers.
Dance and music performances, featuring Roman Mejia, Tiler Peck, Gregory Porter and Jason Moran, will be on demand through Aug. 1.
Final Bow for Yellowface’s “10,000 Dreams” virtual festival focuses on promoting the work of marginalized choreographers and holding dance companies accountable.
The actress toiled in obscurity for decades before her breakthrough at 56 as Cher’s sardonic mother in the 1987 romantic comedy.
Theater Alliance devises a landmark piece for the Web, with four plays across the city’s quadrants.
How covid restrictions have redefined ‘putting on a show’ for one theater.
At a time without live performance, “The Juxtapose Tenement” conjures theatrical magic in the cyber realm.
The production, streaming through May 16, isn’t well served by the elaborate production design.
As he cedes control, a string of hits will be left in the hands of others.
Surviving the shutdown with loans and donations, theater leaders look to the future and how to bring people back to shows.
The British actress also starred onstage as Medea and was married to actor Damian Lewis.
“Until the Flood,” by Dael Orlandersmith, looks at systemic racism from multiple perspectives.
Diverse offerings are available online from American Ballet Theatre, Jacob’s Pillow, Juilliard, Mark Morris and more.
Beginning in October, the lineup features 12 musicals playing to theaters at full capacity. Fingers crossed.
“Here I Am” is Mélisande Short-Colomb’s story, written at Georgetown University and premiering Tuesday.