Hurricane Sandy

Full Casting Announced for Manhattan Theatre Club's By the Water
By David Gordon · Oct 6, 2014

The new drama is written by Sharyn Rothstein.

Manhattan Theatre Club and Ars Nova to Present Hurricane Sandy Drama By the Water
By David Gordon · Jul 9, 2014

Sharyn Rothstein's play will receive its world premiere at the Studio at Stage II.

Broadway Grosses Slightly Down for 2012-2013
By Zachary Stewart · May 28, 2013
Broadway shows brought in $1.14 billion this season, on par with last season, even though attendance was way down.
Did That Seriously Happen? Nine Theater News Moments That Didn't Fit on Another List
By Editorial Staff · Dec 31, 2012
From Pulitzer drama to Amy Adams' squirrel hair, the theater moments that made us go, "Wait, seriously?"
Broadway Blows Back Hurricane Sandy Relief Concert Pushed Back to December 10
By Bethany Rickwald, Sarah Moore · Nov 26, 2012
Broadway's David Hyde Pierce, Patrick Wilson, Eden Espinosa and company of Wicked will now appear December 10th
David Hyde Pierce, Patrick Wilson, Eden Espinosa, and More to Blow Back at Sandy
By Bethany Rickwald, Sarah Moore · Nov 20, 2012
Broadway's brightest stars and the cast of Wicked come together to sing for Hurricane Sandy relief.
Solar One's Miracle on 23rd Street
By Hannah Miet, Kimberly Kaye · Nov 9, 2012
Hurricane Sandy flooded Solar One and its stage. The rebuilding process has been tough -- but not without a fairy-tale ending.
Broadway's Cinderella, With Laura Osnes and Santino Fontana, Delays Previews to January 24
By David Gordon · Nov 8, 2012
Laura Osnes and Santino Fontana will star in Broadway's Cinderella.(© Carol Rosegg) The Broadway production of Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella, originally ...
Newsies Stars Corey Cott and Kara Lindsay Headline November 13 Oh Sandy Benefit Concert
By David Gordon · Nov 6, 2012
Kara Lindsay(© Tristan Fuge) Newsies stars Corey Cott and Kara Lindsay are among the performers who will sing songs of hope, love, and the musical Grease during Oh Sandy,
Off-Broadway Theaters Hit Hard by Sandy, But Artists Hit Harder
By Hannah Miet · Nov 5, 2012
When the lights came on, off-Broadway theaters discovered the most damage was done to artists in the aftermath of Sandy.