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Mar 26, 2014

National Theatre of China Makes U.S. Debut

National Theatre of China Makes U.S. Debut

Michael Harrington, executive director of NYU Skirball; Wang Xiaoying, director of "RICHARD III" and deputy director of National Theatre of China; and Anny Wangyu, interpreter for Wang Xiaoying, have an...

Mar 24, 2014

Review: Tyne Daly, in "Mothers & Sons"

Review: Tyne Daly, in "Mothers & Sons"

Terrence McNally glances over his shoulder and then looks straight ahead in his 20th Broadway play, which features Broadway's first legally married gay couple.

Mar 23, 2014

Review: "Les Miz" Storms the Imperial

Review: "Les Miz" Storms the Imperial

There's no more turntable, but this is the same musical about salvation, romance and rebellion you already love—with a memorable Broadway debut by Ramin Karimloo.

Mar 21, 2014

"Phantom" Casts Its First Black Lead

"Phantom" Casts Its First Black Lead

Plus Fantasia returns to “After Midnight,” the new Rockettes show gets moved to 2015 and calling all Joneses - “The Realistic Joneses” wants you!

Mar 20, 2014

Review: A Magical Ride In “Aladdin”

Review: A Magical Ride In “Aladdin”

Disney’s latest film-to-stage transfer is a whole new world of bright, bold musical comedy.

Mar 17, 2014

Q&A: Jonatha Brooke, on "4 Noses."

Q&A: Jonatha Brooke, on "4 Noses."

The singer-songwriter dealt with her mother's descent into dementia the only way she knew how—she wrote songs about it.

Mar 16, 2014

Laura Benanti to Host Drama Desk Awards

Laura Benanti to Host Drama Desk Awards

Plus Citi Bike offers Broadway discounts, Audra McDonald sings Yahoo Answers and Sondheim’s Birthday becomes a national holiday.

Mar 14, 2014

Review: "Rocky" Comes Back in Late Rounds

Review: "Rocky" Comes Back in Late Rounds

The new musical starring Andy Karl and directed by Alex Timbers makes some missteps, but has plenty of heart—and a knockout finale.

Mar 12, 2014

“Pretty Woman," The Musical?

“Pretty Woman," The Musical?

Director Garry Marshall is trying to bring his hit 1990 film to the stage.

Mar 9, 2014

“Fiddler on the Roof” Returns

“Fiddler on the Roof” Returns

Plus, the long-awaited premiere of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s “Hamilton,” a new trip “Into the Woods” planned, and your dog could be a Broadway star!

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Robber Preys on 20-Somethings at NYC Delis, Shops

Robber Preys on 20-Somethings at NYC Delis, Shops

Police are looking for a robber who preys on victims in their 20s as they stop for coffee or a bite to eat near New York University, grabbing wallets, laptops and bags from unsuspecting diners .

Toddler Falls Out Window, Isn't Hurt: NYPD

Toddler Falls Out Window, Isn't Hurt: NYPD

A toddler who fell out of a third-story window in lower Manhattan early Wednesday miraculously wasn't seriously injured in the plunge, police say.

Teen's Home Swarmed by Cops in Apparent "Swatting" Hoax

Teen's Home Swarmed by Cops in Apparent "Swatting" Hoax

Police armed with guns and outfitted with bulletproof vests swarmed a Long Island home Tuesday, responding to what they thought was a gunman holding his family hostage only to learn the entire call was a hoax.

DA: Pizza Delivery Man Admits Raping Woman in NYC

DA: Pizza Delivery Man Admits Raping Woman in NYC

Prosecutors say an 18-year-old has admitted raping a woman in her Manhattan apartment after delivering pizza to one of her neighbors.

NYPD Twitter Campaign Backfires

NYPD Twitter Campaign Backfires

An NYPD social media campaign backfired when the police department asked New Yorkers for photos with cops and Twitter erupted with unflattering pictures of officers making arrests, tangling with citizens and in...

13-Year-Old Boy Hit by Stray Gunfire Leaves Hospital

13-Year-Old Boy Hit by Stray Gunfire Leaves Hospital

A 13-year-old boy who was hit in the head by stray gunfire while waiting for the bus in Brooklyn with his aunt last week left the hospital Tuesday, and thanked everyone for all the support he has received.