The NYC institution kicked off its 2022-23 season with Cherubini's opera September 27, starring Sondra Radvanovsky.
The production will play four performances at New York’s Kaye Playhouse at Hunter College.
Get a first look at the production, also broadcasting live in NYC and online.
The contemporary dance company's latest piece is inspired by choreographer Brock's real-life family history.
Skybell, who will also be seen in the November return of Fiddler on the Roof in Yiddish, reprises his award-winning work as Tevye—in English.
The musical work from composer Blake Allen is based on the F. Scott Fitzgerald short story Sleeping and Waking.
The season features world premieres by choreographers Justin Peck and Christopher Wheeldon.
A Little Sondheim Music will be presented next month at Powell Hall.
The world premiere of Adams' take on the tale from ancient history finds its setting in the 20th century.
Rosenberg has held leadership positions at San Diego’s La Jolla Playhouse and, currently, Princeton’s McCarter Theatre Center.
Justin Cooley, Jasai Chase-Owens, Erin Wilhelmi, and Samantha Williams are nominated for the Theater Artist Award.
The honors, recognizing the best in Toronto theatre, will be handed out September 19.
The "interdisciplinary collaboration" will have its world premiere at Penn State University's Center for the Performing Arts.
The operatic adaptation of the David Henry Hwang play features a libretto by Hwang and music by Huang Ruo.
Masks will remain required in the opera house.
The adaptation of Nottage's 2003 play will debut in September as part of PBS' Great Performances series.
The two-performance event will feature performances from Dorrance Dance, Stephen Petronio Company, Limón Dance Company, and more.
The opera and Broadway favorite will pay tribute to Paris and Venice in a pair of Cities That Sing concerts.
The two-night concert is part of the inaugural Charlotte International Arts Festival in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Yours, Stephen Sondheim also features the Chicago Symphony Orchestra conducted by Kevin Stites.
McKellen shares the role of the Danish prince with dancer Johan Christiansen in the re-imagined Shakespeare tragedy.
Copeland previously appeared on Broadway in the 2015 revival of On The Town.
Tony winner and Artistic Director Ted Sperling has also extended his contract with the community chorus.
Recipients will be honored during a celebration of the arts to be filmed for subsequent TV broadcast.
Directed by Joshua Bergasse, the ballet will make its world premiere at Pittsburgh’s Benedum Center before its NYC run.
The Great Performances series will also present Nashville Ballet's Black Lucy and the Bard.
The adaptation of Victor Hugo's The Hunchback of Notre Dame comes to Lincoln Center following its 1998 premiere in Paris.
The show features the duo expressing their queer identities through unique interpretations of classical and pop music.
Darren Criss and Yolanda Adams were also part of the July 4 celebration.
Darren Criss and Yolanda Adams will also be part of the broadcast, which will also be available for streaming.
The musical is based on the life of the world famous contralto Marian Anderson.
Skybell won a 2019 Lucille Lortel Award playing Tevye in the Yiddish-language production of the Bock and Harnick musical Off-Broadway.
Previous winners, each of which receive a $75,000 grant, have included Lynn Nottage, Camille A. Brown, and more.
Songs for a Summer Night is presented at the new Waterline Square Park on the Upper West Side.
The musician, whose Broadway credits include A Strange Loop and the upcoming Some Like It Hot, will release his debut jazz album June 3.
Stephen Nachamie will direct and choreograph the Stephen Sondheim-Hugh Wheeler musical.
The benefit will honor Robert Battle's decade of service as Artistic Director.
Joe Mantegna and Gary Sinise will host.
Find out when to see performances from Alvin Ailey, Jazz at Lincoln Center, and more.
The northwest corner of West 64th Street and Columbus Avenue, in front of New York’s Lincoln Center, now displays the name Jacques d’Amboise Place.
Adrienne Warren, Ingrid Michaelson, and Marilyn Maye will also be part of the upcoming season.
Doran has been with the RSC for 35 years and will conclude his tenure with Richard III.
The new works will be part of the company's 2022-2023 season.
The company kicks off its 47th season with performances at the Kaye Playhouse at Hunter College.
The Carmen-inspired production features stage design by Olivier and Tony winner Lez Brotherston.
The opera about family and race in America is one of five full productions headed for the D.C. company.
The North American premieres will be performed in repertory starring Lia Williams and Alex Lawther.
Broadway alum Zachary James and Anthony Roth Costanzo are among the principal artist winners.
The Ars Nova production has extended through May 15.
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