Kyle Jean-Baptiste, 21, died Friday night after falling off his mother’s fire escape in the Clinton Hill section of Brooklyn.
Kyle Jean-Baptiste was born in New York and “Les Misérables” was his Broadway debut.
Police were searching Friday for a robber who held up two Dunkin’ Donuts locations on Broadway – one on the Upper West Side, the other in Washington Heights.
As Broadway faces off against pocket-size sound-and-light shows, performers and some patrons say a hyper-connected culture is shredding the immersive experience of live theater.
Obama and Sasha arrived in the city Friday for a Democratic fundraiser.
The Women’s World Cup ticker-tape parade is over, but the celebrations continue.
It may have been the final act of a drama that’s had all of Broadway talking.
A search was under way Monday night for suspect tin a wheelchair who held up a bank in Astoria, Queens.
Two floors were evacuated at the Viacom headquarters in Times Square late Wednesday afternoon, after an electrical problem caused the floors to fill with smoke.
Performances for the 2015 Tony Awards were announced, revealing a list of performers that is sure to entertain even the most untheatrical of viewers.
“Wolf Hall Parts One & Two” is up for eight awards.
Comedian Larry David will soon end his run in the Broadway play “Fish in the Dark,” which he wrote and directed.
Helen Mirren, who won an Oscar in 2006 for playing Queen Elizabeth in “The Queen” is nominated for a Tony for playing Elizabeth again in “The Audience.”
The first group of performers have been announced for “The 69th Annual Tony Awards”
David Letterman said goodbye as the host of “Late Show” Wednesday night, and is now officially retired.