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24.09.2020 16:39   Review: ‘Romantics Anonymous,’ a Challenge to Your Sweet Tooth

A musical about two French chocolatiers may satisfy the hunger for live song and dance, but keep the insulin handy.


24.09.2020 19:36   Review: This ‘Elephant Room’ Sequel Is a Goofball Epic

The interstellar adventure deftly mixes the lo-fi aesthetics of budget science fiction with dopey humor and experimental theater’s sensibility.


26.09.2020 09:00   This Basketball-Loving Poet Resists Categorization

Fresh off the success of his play “Barber Shop Chronicles,” Inua Ellams has a new book out, “The Half God of Rainfall,” about a son of Zeus who dominates on the courts.


25.09.2020 16:13   New Initiative Will Grant $156 Million to Arts Groups Run by People of Color

The Ford Foundation, Bloomberg Philanthropies and others are aiding national and regional groups at risk of shuttering because of the pandemic.


23.09.2020 13:42   Theater to Stream: Catty Birthdays and ‘Lessons in Survival’

In a fall season without many live shows, everything is up for grabs. That includes the canon of classics — and where Bill Irwin might be performing.


25.09.2020 18:18   Glenn Close to Headline Starry ‘Angels in America’ Benefit

Laura Linney, Patti LuPone and Jeremy O. Harris will also feature in the digital performance of scenes from Tony Kushner’s two-part epic on Oct. 8.


23.09.2020 09:45   ‘He Never Quit’: Nick Cordero’s Widow on Grief, God and Perseverance

Amanda Kloots kept the world informed while her husband, a Broadway actor, lost a battle with Covid-19. After many grueling months, she’s trying to look ahead.


22.09.2020 19:40   ‘The Humans’ Review: Surviving in a New World and New Medium

Stephen Karam’s celebrated play about economic distress looks very different in 2020 than it did in 2015 — and streaming is only part of the change.


27.09.2020 14:00   Panic! at the Disco’s Flourishes Weren’t Just Dramatic. They Were Theater.

A look back at the band’s 15-year-old debut, “A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out,” a commercial success that simultaneously satirized and celebrated staged spectacles.


27.09.2020 02:43   Things to Do This Week

This week, meet the singer Tashera Robertson, hit a photo show and try your hand at making snow fluff.


24.09.2020 16:47   7 Things to Do This Weekend

Our critics and writers have selected noteworthy cultural events to experience virtually or in person in New York City.


24.09.2020 15:53   Artist Relief Fund Raises Nearly $20 Million

Creative professionals can receive $5,000 grants through the end of the year, thanks to additional funding by the Mellon Foundation and others.


24.09.2020 11:32   Solo Plays for Anxious Times

The Bridge theater in London has resumed performances after the coronavirus shutdown with a series of monologues by David Hare and Alan Bennett.


22.09.2020 19:15   Bryan Fonseca, Independent Voice in Indianapolis Theater, Dies at 65

He directed unconventional works and championed diversity, both in the material he staged and in the actors performing it. He died of the coronavirus.


21.09.2020 19:12   How ‘Sophocles in Staten Island’ Gains in Translation

This comic short about an actor and his kids staging Greek tragedies under lockdown slyly comments on links between the politics of the family and the state.


21.09.2020 17:52   Playing Jesus in a Pandemic Summer

Nicholas Edwards starred in the closely watched “Godspell” production. “Usually the stage is a safe place,” he said, “but it became a place where I was anxious all the time.”


20.09.2020 18:59   ‘Faith Healer’ Review: Michael Sheen Stirs the Embers in the Ashes

In this enthralling streaming production of Brian Friel’s 1979 play, an itinerant miracle worker is grounded in a gritty reality.


20.09.2020 18:46   ‘Zero Cost House’ Review: Could Thoreau Save Us Now?

In the dreamscape of Toshiki Okada’s play, the American philosopher is a 21st-century presence, and an author meets his younger self.


18.09.2020 18:17   ‘Static Apnea’ Review: Breathing Together, Remaining Apart

In this brief but eerie installation, one viewer and one performer, separated by glass, share the feeling of being trapped underwater.


18.09.2020 17:47   New York City Center to Revive a Pair of Musicals About Black Lives

“The Life” and “The Tap Dance Kid,” which focus on people of color in Manhattan, are planned for the 2020-2021 season of Encores!, the center’s popular series.