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Lincoln Center Festival Director Steps Down After Nearly 20 Years
By Olivia Clement | 06/28/2017
Nigel Redden will conclude his tenure this fall.
New Study Shows: Men Make More Money on Broadway Than Women, and the Majority Are White
By Olivia Clement | 06/27/2017
Actors’ Equity has released the results of its first-ever diversity survey showing disparities in hiring in the theatre industry.
The Kilroys Releases Fourth Annual “The List”
By Olivia Clement | 06/23/2017
This year’s list features plays by women and trans women of color exclusively.
Mimi O’Donnell Steps Down as Labyrinth’s Artistic Director
By Olivia Clement | 06/23/2017
After an eight-year tenure with the Off-Broadway company, O’Donnell will pursue independent directing projects.
TDF to Sponsor Open-Captioned Shows at Geffen Playhouse, Goodspeed, and More
By Olivia Clement | 06/22/2017
The Theatre Development Fund announces the regional theatres that will benefit from its National Open Captioning Initiative (NOCI).
Great Comet, Come From Away
Doll’s House, Part 2
Earn Equity Diversity Awards
By Adam Hetrick | 06/22/2017
Actors’ Equity has honored the three Broadway productions for promoting diverse and non-traditional casting onstage.
Actors’ Equity and League of Resident Theaters Reach New Agreement
By Adam Hetrick | 06/13/2017
The five-year agreement includes substantial salary increases over the life of the contract and more.
What's Next? Broadway Shows on the Horizon in the 2017–2018 Season
By Ryan McPhee, Michael Gioia, Andrew Gans | 06/12/2017
The new season is already shaping up following the 2017 Tony Awards.
TCG Honors Latinx Theatre Commons, Berkeley Repertory, and More
By Olivia Clement | 06/07/2017
The national organization for theatre announces the recipients of the 2017 National Conference Awards.
Broadway Casting Directors Plan Rally for Union Representation
By Ryan McPhee | 06/07/2017
Casting directors will assemble outside Radio City Music Hall June 8 in a call for union benefits.
Artistic Director of Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company to Step Down After Nearly 40 Years
By Andrew Gans | 06/06/2017
Howard Shalwitz is also a co-founder of the D.C. company.
War Paint, Hamilton
, and More Show Support for Casting Directors
By Olivia Clement | 06/06/2017
The Broadway community joins the call for the Broadway League to offer casting directors a union contract.
Shubert Foundation Awards $26.8 Million in Grants to The Public Theater, Roundabout, and 531 More
By Olivia Clement | 06/05/2017
See the list of performing arts organizations that have received prizes ranging from $10,000 to $325,000.
Broadway Stars Tapped for Industry Reading of
I Can Get It for You Wholesale
By Olivia Clement | 06/05/2017
Trip Cullman directs a cast that includes Nick Cordero, Lindsay Mendez, and Rebecca Naomi Jones.
Kate Burton, Nikka Graff Lanzarone Among New Members of Actors' Equity National Council
By Ryan McPhee | 06/02/2017
A total of 16 seats were filled in the union's 2017 election.
Concord Bicycle Music Acquires Imagem Music Group, Including Rodgers & Hammerstein Rights
By Andrew Gans | 06/02/2017
The theatrical rights and publishing company also represents Lin-Manuel Miranda and Stephen Schwartz, among other talents.
Producers Seek Retrial on Damages Against Press Agent
By Adam Hetrick | 06/01/2017
The show’s producers have filed a motion to reassess damages against the show’s former publicist.
Want to Present an Original Song at New York City Center?
By Olivia Clement | 06/01/2017
Encores! Off-Center’s Lobby Project offers songwriters the chance to create and perform an original track inspired by
Actors’ Equity Appoints First-Ever Director of Diversity
By Olivia Clement | 05/31/2017
Nicole S. Smart takes on the role, effective immediately.
Casting Directors Ramp Up Demand for Union Contract
By Playbill Staff | 05/25/2017
A statement from the casting directors outlines a plea for healthcare, retirement plans, and more.
Motion Filed to Dismiss Suit Against Producers Who Promised A-List Stars for Would-Be Broadway Shows
By Adam Hetrick | 05/25/2017
Al Pacino, Keira Knightley, Miley Cyrus, and Gary Oldman were among the stars promised for various Broadway productions
Broadway Has Another Record-Breaking Year at the Box Office
By Adam Hetrick | 05/23/2017
The 2016–2017 season’s 45 productions raked in $1.4 billion at the box office.
Rhinebeck Writers Retreat Will Develop Musicals by Tysen and Miller, Jenny Giering, and Will Van Dyke
By Adam Hetrick | 05/19/2017
The retreat provides a secluded summer getaway for writers of new musicals in the Hudson Valley.
MTI Acquires Rights to
My Fair Lady, Camelot, Brigadoon,
By Adam Hetrick | 05/18/2017
The acquisition also includes performance rights to Lerner and Loewe’s early work
The Day Before Spring
Verdict Reached in Case Between
Producers and Press Agent Marc Thibodeau
By Ryan McPhee | 05/10/2017
The latest trial concerning the musical that has yet to reach Broadway comes to a close.
Grosses Analysis: Examining the Box Office Boosts of Tony-Nominated Productions
By Ryan McPhee | 05/08/2017
Six shows up for big awards had their highest-grossing weeks to date.
Former Time Out Theatre Editor David Cote on the Changing Sphere of Theatre Journalism
By Adam Hetrick | 05/04/2017
Since February, the New York theatre industry has witnessed the departure of three critics from their roles at major publications.
MasterVoices Establishes the Roger Rees Fund for Musical Theatre
By Ryan McPhee | 04/28/2017
The announcement was made at the organization's April 27 presentation of
Babes in Toyland.
Joan Crawford in… Flesh & Blood
Will Get NYC Reading
By Adam Hetrick | 04/27/2017
Leslie Becker and James Moye lead the readings of the film noir parody by Joe Major.
Actors Fund Gala Will Celebrate Hal Prince, Sally Field, and Danny DeVito
By Robert Viagas | 04/11/2017
The film, TV, and stage personalities will get a salute May 8 in New York.
Memorial Celebration Held for Theatre Luminary James M. Nederlander April 10
By Andrew Gans | 04/10/2017
The event, which is open to the public, is being held at Broadway’s Minskoff Theatre.
Actors’ Equity Foundation to Host Theatre District Pub Crawl Fundraiser
By Adam Hetrick | 04/07/2017
Funds raised will benefit Actors’ Equity Foundation’s education and professional development programs.
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