Holland America Ship Line Seeking Musicians for Partnership With Lincoln Center
Perhaps you could travel around the world playing your favorite instrument.
The Rise of the Telerehearsal: You No Longer Need to Be in the Same Room to Create Theater
Two groups of artists (one on Broadway, one off-off-Broadway) explain how Internet technology is changing their process.
Elevator Repair Service Brings Faulkner's The Sound and the Fury to Life
The company returns to the Public Theater with its latest production.
Works by Lucas Hnath and Anaïs Mitchell Added to New York Theatre Workshop Season
By David Gordon
The pair joins David Bowie and Elevator Repair Service on the lineup for the East Village venue.
Jan Maxwell Will Star in Her Sixth Collaboration With Potomac Theatre Project
By David Gordon
The off-Broadway company will present a revival of Scenes From an Execution, with Maxwell in the lead.
Claybourne Elder, Brynn O'Malley, Debra Monk, and More Will Help Honor James Lapine
Lapine will receive Signature Theatre's Stephen Sondheim Award.
David Geffen Donates $100 Million for Avery Fisher Hall Transformation and Renaming
The performing arts building will be renamed David Geffen Hall.
Legendary Songwriter John Kander Shares the Inspiration Behind His New Musical, Kid Victory
Kander authors the show with Greg Pierce.
Song of Spider-Man: The Inside Story of the Most Controversial Musical in Broadway History
Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark co-book writer Glen Berger dishes in this page-turning tell-all that gives readers a rare peek inside the Broadway sausage factory.