Joseph Papp

Broadway Shockers 2017: Shakespeare in the Park's Julius Caesar and Donald Trump
New York's favorite free Shakespeare theater leaped into national politics this summer.
Joseph Papp Way Officially a Part of the City
The intersection of Lafayette and Astor Place was officially named Joseph Papp Way in a ceremony held today.
Joseph Papp Way to Honor Public Theater Founder Joe Papp
Lafayette Street and Astor Place will officially be renamed on December 1.
Illyria
Richard Nelson returns to the Public Theater to tell the story of the Public Theater.
The 11 Most Exciting Shows Opening in New York This Fall
Here are TheaterMania's picks for the new season.
Abe Vigoda, Noted Character Actor of Stage and Screen, Dies at 94
Vigoda most notably appeared in Barney Miller and The Godfather.
Sticks and Bones
The New Group revives David Rabe's debut play about a returning veteran of the Vietnam War.
EXCLUSIVE: Meryl Streep, Kevin Kline, and More Featured in Free Public Theater Posters for Papp Exhibit
The exhibition will showcase posters created for Public productions by Paul Davis.
Summer in New York City Means Free Outdoor Theater
The Hudson Warehouse, which bills itself as "The Other Shakespeare in the Park," is one of a multitude of companies offering free theater in the city this summer.