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    David Byrne Is Coming to Broadway

    David Byrne Is Coming to Broadway


    David Byrne (left) performing “American Utopia” in Uruguay last...

    The pop artist is retooling his “American Utopia” show for a 15-week run from October to January.
    Caught in the Middle of #MeToo: Unions That Represent Accusers and Accused

    Caught in the Middle of #MeToo: Unions That Represent Accusers and Accused


    Amar Ramasar performing with fellow New York City Ballet dancer Sara Mearns in 2015. On Saturday they will dance together again after an arbitrator ordered Mr. Ramasar...

    From the shop floors of factories to ballet’s grandest stages, unions are rethinking how they balance their responsibilities in sexual harassment cases.
    Solving the 6 Biggest Mysteries of This Broadway Season

    Solving the 6 Biggest Mysteries of This Broadway Season


    The “Network” actors Tatiana Maslany and Tony Goldwyn shared a kiss while being filmed in front of the Belasco...

    How does she stay so still? Is that scene really live? And how tall is that guy, anyway? We dig into the burning questions about Tony-nominated shows.

    Daniel Fish’s ‘White Noise’ Set for American Debut


    The fall season at N.Y.U. Skirball Center will also include 10 interdisciplinary performance works by artists like John Kelly and Mette...

    The fall season at N.Y.U. Skirball Center will also include 10 interdisciplinary performance works by artists like John Kelly and Mette Ingvartsen.
    Home Is Where the Greek Drama Is

    Home Is Where the Greek Drama Is


    Ann Liv Young, with her daughters, Akiko, left, and Lovey. Ms. Young’s Bushwick apartment will be the site of her new version of...

    The choreographer and performance artist Ann Liv Young is using her Bushwick apartment — and her daughters and animals — in her version of “Antigone.”
    Heavenly or Hellish? Our Critics Debate the Broadway Season

    Heavenly or Hellish? Our Critics Debate the Broadway Season


    Caitlin Kinnunen, center left, and Brooks Ashmanskas received Tony nominations for “The...

    Adventurous directors and galvanizing performances made for unexpected — and very welcome — departures on what once felt like the Staid White Way.
    Tony Awards 2019: Who Will Win (and Who Should)

    Tony Awards 2019: Who Will Win (and Who Should)


    Stuart Graham, left, and Paddy Considine in “The Ferryman,” which both critics expect to win the best play...

    The chief theater critics for The Times choose who they think should win and who should have been nominated.
    Review: In ‘Curse of the Starving Class,’ a House Is Really Divided

    Review: In ‘Curse of the Starving Class,’ a House Is Really Divided


    From left, Maggie Siff, David Warshofsky (on table), Gilles Geary and Esau Pritchett in Terry Kinney’s revival of “Curse of the Starving Class,” a Sam Shepard play from...

    Terry Kinney’s unbalanced Sam Shepard revival, with Maggie Siff and David Warshofsky, finds the prophecy in a wild and woolly play from the 1970s.

    Review: ‘Democracy in America’ Misses Our Current Moment


    Romeo Castellucci’s Tocqueville-inspired spectacle, presented by Peak Performances, offers highbrow style without the substance to back it...

    Romeo Castellucci’s Tocqueville-inspired spectacle, presented by Peak Performances, offers highbrow style without the substance to back it up.