Свежие театральные новости Нью-Йорка
04.08.2020 18:37 The (Virtual) Theatrical Fringe Moves Front and Center
Expanding content and experimenting with form, the avant-garde finds a congenial new home online, as two recent offerings demonstrate.
04.08.2020 19:08 The Rockettes’ ‘Christmas Spectacular’ Is Canceled
MSG Entertainment, which owns Radio City Music Hall and manages the Rockettes, cited the uncertainty of the coronavirus.
30.07.2020 19:46 Appointment Theater, Coming to a Screen Near You
A roundup of streaming theater: almost naked, kind of sacred, sort of mysterious and more.
04.08.2020 18:40 Review: A Sci-Fi Classic Featuring a Multiverse of Stooges
In “The 7th Voyage of Egon Tichy,” an experimental theater lab operating from a closet adapts a timely tale about the solitude of cramped quarters.
31.07.2020 17:40 Provincetown: Go for the Mask Compliance, Stay for a Show
In this gay haven known for its nightlife, the crowds are smaller this summer. And the nightclubs are closed. But by the pool, the show goes on.
03.08.2020 23:39 Adam Max, Patron of Brooklyn Cultural Institutions, Dies at 62
He was chairman of the Brooklyn Academy of Music and a benefactor of St. Ann’s Warehouse. He and his wife also helped create a center for women’s history.
31.07.2020 14:00 The ‘Wildcat’ Episode, or, Did Broadway Love Lucy?
With her sitcom over and marriage finished, Lucille Ball fulfilled an old dream: a stint on Broadway. It did not go well.
30.07.2020 13:00 How I Spent My Summer Vacation: Singing, Dancing, Knife Fighting
When actor training migrated online, our reporter gave herself two weeks to learn as many theater skills — and knife skills — as she could.
03.08.2020 22:55 For Greece’s Theaters, the Coronavirus Is a Tragedy
Playhouses were already suffering from deep funding cuts after a decade of austerity. Now, with the pandemic, many speak of ruin.
04.08.2020 21:49 It’s a Book. It’s a Podcast. It’s a Three-Act Play, in Your Ears.
Jesse Eisenberg’s audio drama, “When You Finish Saving the World,” is coming to Audible ahead of a film adaptation with Julianne Moore.
01.08.2020 02:49 The First Equity-Authorized Indoor Theater Is Moving Outdoors
A Barrington Stage Company production won the blessing of the actors’ union, but was unable to get permission from Massachusetts state officials.
03.08.2020 14:56 7 Things to Do This Weekend
How can you get your cultural fix when many arts institutions remain closed? Our writers offer suggestions for what to listen to and watch.
30.07.2020 16:27 Looking Back, Watching Stars as They Rise in Britain
Streamed productions from the archive of the Royal Shakespeare Company show the development of some top-rank British performers.
28.07.2020 22:37 With Daytime Emmy, Alan Menken Joins the Elite EGOT Club
Mr. Menken, the decorated songwriter and composer behind “Beauty and the Beast” and “The Little Mermaid,” completed his EGOT qualifications with his work on a Disney Channel series.
29.07.2020 18:57 Review: Listening in the Dark to a Cruel Tale of ‘True History’
Shaun Prendergast’s play, written to be performed in darkness, asks audiences to imagine what the “ugliest woman in the world” looks like.
26.07.2020 18:38 ‘In These Uncertain Times’ Review: Love, Loss and Zoom
Source Material presents a postmodern approach to talking about grief and isolation in quarantine.
26.07.2020 17:49 ‘The Persians’ Review: Aeschylus’s Ancient Portrait of Defeat
This staging by the National Theater of Greece was broadcast live on Saturday from the amphitheater of Epidaurus.
24.07.2020 08:38 London’s West End Comes Out of Lockdown. For an Afternoon.
On Thursday, 640 theatergoers attended the first West End performance since March. But some producers say further shows are unlikely until social distancing ends.
23.07.2020 18:36 8 Things to Do This Weekend
How can you get your cultural fix when many arts institutions remain closed? Our writers offer suggestions for what to listen to, read and watch.
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