Nicole Herrington is the Theater editor.
Readers and New York Times critics alike share their experiences of the show that became the sound of the city.
By Nicole Herrington
The long-running stage show has been a part of the city’s theatrical landscape for nearly 29 years.
Jesse Williams and Jesse Tyler Ferguson will reprise their roles in the play, which won a Tony for best revival in June.
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The “Killing Eve” star will reprise her role in Suzie Miller’s solo show, which is wrapping up a run in London.
The musical, which shuttered temporarily in January as the Omicron variant spread, has struggled with the slow return of tourists to the theater.
By Nicole Herrington and Michael Paulson
I’m The Times’s theater editor. Here are five things I've been reading, watching and listening to.
The royal musical had a bumpy road to Broadway, from a delay caused by the pandemic to a filmed version of the show on Netflix that was widely panned.
Ntozake Shange’s choreopoem begins performances in March at the Booth Theater, home to the original 1976 production.
What you need to know before venturing back out to see art, from safety precautions to the exhibitions still on view.
By Peter Libbey and Nicole Herrington