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Free Shakespeare in the Park presents ‘Othello’

How do you know it’s summer in NYC? New Yorkers mark the official arrival of summer with the opening of The Public Theater’s free Shakespeare in the Park.

A queen rules at Medieval Times

Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament in Lyndhurst, N.J. has been transporting families back to Medieval Times (1066-1485) in England since 1990, and it is an amazing, wholesome form of family entertainment.

Broadway sizzles with ‘Summer’

Once again, disco is alive and well and it is at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre on West 46th Street, where “Summer: The Donna Summer Musical” is playing.

‘Bring It On: The Musical’

“Bring It On: The Musical” goes on a journey into the world of competitive cheerleading during a highly complex time in one’s life—high school.

Black theater excellence recognized with 2018 Tony noms

African-Americans are standing out on Broadway, as witnessed by the 2018 Tony Award nominations.

‘Yellowman’ addresses a timeless issue in the Black community

I want to say “thank you” to African-American playwright Dael Orlandersmith for this production.

Black theater excellence recognized with 2018 Tony noms

African-Americans are standing out on Broadway, as witnessed by the 2018 Tony Award nominations.

2018 Tony Award nominations announced

Leslie Odom Jr., who took home the Tony Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Musical for “Hamilton,” and “Waitress” actress Katharine McPhee hosted the live reading of the 2018 Tony Awards.

In a rhythm with Bebe Miller

Bebe Miller is a New York treasure and, for decades now, one of New York’s really curious dance makers.

‘The Iceman Cometh’ captivates on Broadway

Eugene O’Neill’s sobering play about the ills of alcoholism is having a powerful rebirth at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre on West 45th Street.

Dance Calendar May 2018

Heading up this month’s calendar is Paloma McGregor’s Angela’s Pulse/Dancing While Black at BAAD! (May 3-May 5) in celebration of their fifth anniversary.

Public Theater Mobile Unit brings ‘Henry V’ to the people April 27-May 13

Bringing the classics to the masses is what the Public Theater does best

Steppin’ out with Step Afrika!

This Saturday, Step Afrika! returns to New York, bringing its electrifying performance of steppin’.

‘Children of a Lesser God’ captivates on Broadway

“Children of a Lesser God” is a tremendously powerful snapshot into the sad, frustrating and complicated life that a deaf person might sometimes endure.

Grace Jones, Denzel Washington and George C. Wolfe at TimesTalks

“I start each day on my knees,” Denzel Washington revealed to a packed, 378-seat house at the Times Center in response to an audience member asking how he handles life’s slings and arrows.