By Bennett Liebman
Upstate theaters ask state for slice of arts-relief fund
Broadway theater capacity rises as ticket prices tumble
Broadway Grosses Fall, but Average Attendance Rises, as Shows Close
Omicron hampers Broadway. Fewer tourists are there for just a score of shows
Coming to Broadway this spring a bevy of Jewish writers
Off Broadway's Perfect Crime Closes Due to Copper Pipe Theft
Stephen Sondheim Leaves Rights to His Works to a Trust
James Snyder Fired from Harry Potter Following Misconduct Allegations
Broadway's 'Phantom Of The Opera' Welcomes First Black Christine To The Full-Time Cast
Landmarks Commission Approves Public Theater's Revitalization Plan for Delacorte
New Law Could Reduce Pay Inequity On Broadway
Veteran NYC cabbie performs to help struggling theater
Touring Through Omicron: Broadway Shows Hit Bumps on the Road
How Theatres Are Facing the Omicron Wave
Protecting the creative economy during COVID
Los Angeles Is Changing. Can a Flagship Theater Keep Up?
Chicago theater is determined to recover -- how will it?
Getting real about economic justice in theater
The Black List, Founded in Hollywood, Expands Into Theater
West End's small shows squeezed out in price-cutting dash for audiences
Venues keep rolling with virtual performances
Guthrie Theater finishes pandemic year in the black
Can theatre survive Covid?
Ian McKellen keen to star in a stage musical: 'I'm available but incompetent'
The Great British Baking Show Is Being Adapted into a Stage Musical