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Cast Set For ANNE FRANK, A MUSICAL Off-Broadway

After a sold out debut in 2019 (at the Center for Jewish History), Anne Frank, a Musical, returns Off-Broadway at the Actors Temple Theatre. Learn more about the cast, and how to get tickets here!

ANNE FRANK, A MUSICAL to Return Off-Broadway at The Actors Temple Theatre Beginning in October

After a sold-out debut in 2019 (at the Center for Jewish History), Anne Frank, a Musical, will return Off-Broadway at the Actors Temple Theatre (339 West 47th Street, New York, NY 10036). Written by Jean-Pierre Hadida and adapted in English by Dylan Hadida, this musical has been highly recognized in France for the last ten years.

The Civilians to Present FANTASTIC FLOPS AND FIASCOS This Month

On Monday, May 15th, acclaimed theater group The Civilians will present the third installment of their Artist in Residence program with their performance, “Fantastic Flops and Fiascos.”

Lara Downes, Michael Mwenso, And Friends Celebrate Earth Day At The Greene Space On April 20

On the cusp of Earth Day and the release of her forthcoming album Love at Last, Billboard chart-topping pianist, cultural catalyst, and media personality Lara Downes co-hosts and performs in Love At Last: A Celebration Of The Earth And Its Inhabitants, a special event at The Jerome L. Greene Performance Space at WNYC and WQXR on Thursday, April 20 at 7:00 p.m. 

The Greene Space At WNYC And WQXR Name The Civilians As Spring 2023 Artist-in-Residence

Investigative theater company The Civilians curates three nights of live performances on March 13, April 17 and May 15.

The City Of Chicago Commits To Advertising Equity In Local Media

Today, Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot signed an Executive Order designating that City of Chicago departments allocate at least 50 percent of their annual advertising spending to community media outlets.

Aventura Arts & Cultural Center Announces 2023 Stand-Up Comedy Series

The coming arts season will delight comedy lovers as Bobby Collins, MODI and Henry Cho headline the 2023 Stand-Up Comedy Series presented by the City of Aventura at the Aventura Arts & Cultural Center. 

Flushing Town Hall's Queens Jazz Orchestra to Honor Phil Schaap and Charlie Parker with BIRD FLIGHT

On Friday, June 17, 2022, Flushing Town Hall’s Queens Jazz Orchestra will return live to the stage with 'Bird Flight,' a special tribute program honoring Phil Schaap and the genius of Charlie Parker.

André De Shields to Star as Frederick Douglass at Flushing Town Hall for Juneteenth

On Sunday, June 19 at 2:00 PM and 7:00 PM, André De Shields will return to Flushing Town Hall to reprise his role as the esteemed abolitionist leader and influential thinker in two, live performances of his self-crafted, solo show, André De Shields is Frederick Douglass: Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory.

Photos: On the Red Carpet for Opening Night of PARADISE SQUARE

Paradise Square opened on Broadway at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre last night, Sunday, April 3rd. BroadwayWorld was there on the red carpet and you can check out photos from the big night!

Bring Your Dog To Governors Island for Saturday “Dog Days”

The Trust for Governors Island has announced that Governors Island visitors will, for the first time ever, be allowed to bring their dogs onto the Island starting this year.

NY Public Radio Appoints Kristina Newman-Scott as Executive Director of The Jerome L. Greene Performance Space

New York Public Radio (NYPR), home of WNYC, WQXR, Gothamist, WNYC Studios, The Jerome L. Greene Performance Space, and New Jersey Public Radio, announced today that Kristina Newman-Scott has been appointed the newly created position of Executive Director of The Jerome L. Greene Performance Space.

Tino Gagliardi is the New President of NYC Musicians' Union Local 802

The New York City musicians’ union Local 802 is welcoming Tino Gagliardi as its new president and executive director. Gagliardi ran unopposed to win a three-year term to lead Local 802, historically the largest local union of professional musicians in the world. His term began on January 1, 2022.

Industry Pro Newsletter: AEA's New Executive Director, More Restrictions Around the Globe

While the production shutdowns (and recent closing announcements) are an echo of March 2020, it is important to remember that across Broadway and across the country, there were many productions that were able to continue their holiday performance schedule without interruption, thanks to the health and safety protocols that theatres have in place.

Mayor de Blasio Announces Scaled Back New Year's Eve Times Square Celebration

Mayor de Blasio today announced details for a scaled back Times Square New Year’s Eve, with additional protections in place to ensure a safe celebration. In addition to requiring proof of full vaccination and being outdoors, attendees will also be required to wear masks. Viewing areas will be filled with fewer people to allow for social distancing.

New York City Announces Vaccine Mandate for Private Sector Workers

The mayor has announced a first-in-the-nation vaccine mandate for private-sector workers. The mandate, which will take effect on December 27th, will apply to roughly 184,000 businesses.

Broadway Community Reacts to Stephen Sondheim's Passing

In the wake of Stephen Sondheim's passing, there has been an outpouring of grief from the Broadway community and beyond. Read them all here.

Mayor De Blasio Announces $50 Million Capital Investment In Brooklyn Museum

Today, Mayor de Blasio announced a historic $50 million capital investment in the Brooklyn Museum. Provided through the City's Department of Cultural Affairs, the funding will support a transformative plan that encompasses gallery renovations and infrastructure projects aimed at updating the Brooklyn Museum's 120-year old, City-owned landmark building for the 21st century and signals an important recognition of the museum's growing role in the life and wellbeing of Brooklyn, New York City, and beyond.

Governors Island Now Open to the Public Year-Round

Starting today, November 1, New Yorkers will be able to access Governors Island’s open space, cultural programming, and recreational resources beyond its traditional May through October season for the first time.

Industry Pro Newsletter: Patrons More Willing to Give, Broadway Grosses to Return

With new data released this week from the Broadway League, a clearer picture of Broadway’s reopening is emerging - and the signs are encouraging for venues across the globe. So far, Broadway has played to audiences at 85% of capacity.

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