Choose Your News
Taking the company reins, Michael Novak has planned a tour to honor Taylor with nine programs of his work. [Read More]
Lucas Hnath will have the most-produced play and be the most-produced playwright across the country this season, according to a list compiled annually by American... [Read More]
Lucas Hnath's Ibsen sequel will be seen at 27 theaters, and work by women is dramatically represented on American Theater magazine's annual tally. [Read More]
Watch clips from "Agon" and "A Midsummer Night's Dream" and read interviews with Mr. Mitchell, ballet's "godfather of diversity." [Read More]
A look at the shows, actors and production teams who won at the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards. [Read More]
The photographs will appear at the David Zwirner Gallery in New York in November as a part of the first complete presentation of Arbus's "Untitled"... [Read More]
After being shamed for working at Trader Joe's, Geoffrey Owens took the high road and said he wasn't ashamed for making an honest living. Since... [Read More]
Stefano Massini's play about the Lehman brothers earned acclaim in London and will make its North American debut at the Park Avenue Armory in March. [Read More]
Masha Gessen has organized six panels on the theme of reimagining democracy that cover topics like "A Post-Work World." [Read More]
The David and Gladys Wright House in Phoenix is listed for almost $13 million after a planned to donate the house was canceled in June. [Read More]
Ms. Yee won the outstanding new American play award for "Cambodian Rock Band," and Ms. Backhaus's "India Pale Ale" won promising new American play. [Read More]
Miami takes on Louisiana State in college football, and the neo-noir film "Chinatown" is streaming. [Read More]
Ron Carlson resigned from the University of California Irvine after an accusation surfaced that he had fondled a student while teaching at Hotchkiss, a high... [Read More]
A traveling Smithsonian exhibition, "Water/Ways," will examine the political, economic and cultural roles water plays, at six museums in the state. [Read More]
The donation, by Edward P. Bass, a Yale alumnus, will help the natural history museum add 50 percent more exhibition space and new classrooms. [Read More]
The Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland said this week that wildfire smoke had cost it about $2 million this year. The smoke also has taken... [Read More]
The Italian government had issued an export license for the portrait last year, but now argues that it had not realized the subject was a... [Read More]
Chase F. Robinson, the president of the Graduate Center of the City University of New York, will assume his post at the Smithsonian on Dec.... [Read More]
"Sakina's Restaurant," which originally ran in 1998, will play at the Minetta Lane Theater in October. A Patti Smith show is also in the new... [Read More]
The New York International Fringe Festival will be split into two, with one slate in Manhattan and a "bring your own venue" slate in the... [Read More]