When deciding where to spend your summer, you may have one goal in mind: Which program is going to get me closest to the career path of my dreams? But the impact that summer study programs can have is wide-ranging—and sometimes surprising.
New works, well-known music and—of course—The Nutcracker: There are plenty of performances to choose from as the winter holidays approach. Here are seven that caught our eye this month.
It’s hard to imagine New York City without The Phantom of the Opera. The announcement that the longest-running show on Broadway would play its final performance on February 18, after 35 years at the Majestic Theatre, made headlines
Broadway is keeping Jennifer Weber busy these days. On November 17, & Juliet opens with Weber’s enthusiastically pop-y, hard-hitting choreography. Three days later, another project of Weber’s makes its Great White Way debut: KPOP.
November 1957 marked Chita Rivera’s first appearance on the cover of Dance Magazine.
The decision on four Scott Rudin Broadway contracts has sparked a broader conversation on the overall use of nondisclosure agreements with regards to Actors’ Equity Association’s 50,000-plus members nationwide.
A bevy of intriguing premieres, international companies debuting or returning stateside, Broadway-bound musicals that turn what’s expected on the Great White Way on its head—the 2022–23 performance season promises to be full of surprises.
As an actress, dancer, director, Tony Award honoree and a Deaf artist, Alexandria Wailes is a force to be reckoned with.