“Motown the Musical” is back on Broadway. It’s a completely engaging, soulful trip down memory lane, mixed with serious moments that echo the discrimination that Blacks have endured in this country.
You will love “She Loves Me,” playing at Studio 54. This musical comedy is just a good time at the theater.
In the audience, you get to experience a captivating story, phenomenal singing and some of the most stunning, graceful and lovely acrobatics you’ve ever seen.
Beauty of motion. Power in the sublime. An athlete poured into the body of a dancer.
There is beautiful movement, live music and a good deal of theater in Edisa Weeks’ “To Begin the World Over Again” (Gibney Dance, Agnes Varis Performing Arts Center, June 30 to July 2).
Sadly, it wasn’t too long ago that Hispanics on Broadway were as easy to spot as a unicorn, prancing in a purple passion jumper.
"Hamilton" and "The Color Purple" win big at the Tony Awards as diversity shines.
"Hamilton" may have failed Sunday night at the 70th annual Tony Awards to clinch the most awards ever won, but the smash-hit musical still helped make history.
Watching “Skeleton Crew” is like seeing a slice of life. “Skeleton Crew” is theatre at its best—a prime example of how theater imitates life.
We all know by now that once Memorial Day weekend sets in, all bets are off, and it’s summer.
Dance in June is full. Be sure to see the many festivals in and around the tristate area.
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater Artistic Director Robert Battle has announced the program for the company’s two-week Lincoln Center season, June 8-19, and it is a jam-packed choreographic grab bag featuring more than a dozen works on five different programs.
If you go to the theater to be moved, to cry and to feel inspired, then you must make plans to see the current revival of “Les Miserables,” playing at the Imperial Theatre on West 45th Street.
“Turn Me Loose” is a tour-de-force that celebrates Dick Gregory’s brilliance. Joe Morton is quick-witted, funny and poignant as the iconic comedian.
In the vast landscape of pop culture, dance has and will always be a welcomed barometer.