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Neil LaBute Film Some Velvet Morning, Starring Stanley Tucci, Acquired by Tribeca Film
The film will be released theatrically and via several on-demand platforms this winter.
The Film Society
The Keen Company presents a passable staging of a great play by Jon Robin Baitz.
Annie Baker and Rajiv Joseph Win This Year's Steinberg Playwright Awards
The awards are presented every two years to mid- and early-career American playwrights.
Tommy Tune, Marni Nixon, and More Broadway Vets Come Out to Support the Making of Broadway: Beyond the Golden Age
Filmmaker Rick McKay rallies support from the Broadway community to fund the second installment of his three-part Broadway-themed series of documentaries.
Wynton Marsalis Has Selected 17 "Jazz at Lincoln Center All-Stars" to Join After Midnight on Broadway
The world-class band will perform jazz legend Duke Ellington's original arrangements in the Broadway ode to the Cotton Club.
The Play Company's Season to Begin With Site-Specific This Is My Office by Andy Bragen
The American premieres of Jonas Hassen Khemiri's I Call My Brothers and Toshiki Okada's The Sonic Life of a Giant Tortoise will complete the season.
Terrence McNally Wants Us To Know That He Is Not Retiring Any Time Soon
Words of wisdom on playwriting, patience, and the pendulum of Broadway from the four-time Tony-winning playwright and 2013 Skylight Honoree.
Meryl Streep Makes a First Appearance as the Witch in Into the Woods
The Oscar winner brings Stephen Sondheim's youth-seeking hag vividly to life in Disney's new movie version of the musical.