Broadway Actor Alex Weisman Sucker-Punched On SubwayPolice say it happened at 2:30 p.m. on Tuesday at the 103rd Street southbound B train station.
The Lights Stay Dark On Broadway: No Shows Through End Of May, EarliestAlthough an exact date for various performances to resume has yet to be determined, Broadway producers are now offering refunds and exchanges for tickets purchased for shows through May 30.
Best And Brightest Of Broadway Surprise Times Square With Pop-Up PerformanceBroadway went dark back in March when the coronavirus pandemic forced theaters to close, but on Wednesday performers came back to surprise Times Square.
Nick Cordero's Widow Amanda Kloots Reacts To President Trump's Tweet About Coronavirus: 'It Is Something To Be Afraid Of'Cordero spent 95 days in the hospital before losing his battle with COVID-19. The 41-year-old old left behind his wife and the couple's 1-year-old son Elvis.
Performers Find New Ways To Bring Live Entertainment To New Yorkers: 'It's Something I Know My Soul Has Needed'From Manhattan to Queens, talented actors and actresses have been hitting the streets, bringing New Yorkers new kinds of entertainment.
Struggling Artists Hopeful City Council Will Allow Outdoor Performances In Public Spaces With Program Similar To 'Open Streets'Theaters have been dark since the spring, but the spotlight is on a new plan that could allow shows to move outdoors.
Performing Artists In NYC Finding Ways To Return To The Spotlight As Shutdown ContinuesMore and more performers engage audiences at pop-up events, which are not publicized ahead of time.
Sen. Chuck Schumer Continues Call For $10 Billion Federal Stimulus To Support Theaters Hurt By PandemicBroadway shows closed March 12 due to the coronavirus pandemic. The shutdown is expected to last through January 3.
Front-Line Emergency Room Workers Raise Money For The Actors Fund With 'Brave Hearts For Broadway'More than 120 volunteers from around the world donated thousands of hours and a whole lot of love to make Let Us Entertain You possible.
'It Has Become A Ghost Town': Broadway Storefront Vacancies Up More Than 75% Since 2017A new survey of vacancies along the 244 blocks of Broadway found 335 street-level vacant storefronts, compared to 188 in 2017.
Local Artists Rally In Times Square For Coronavirus Relief From Congress: 'It's Just Not Enough'The group says the arts community is a big part of the American economy and without it, the country will struggle to recover.
'It's Such A Different Role Than I've Ever Played Before': Sarah Stiles On Showtime's Billions, Broadway, New MusicSarah Stiles is one of the stars of "Billions" on Showtime and a 2x Tony Award nominee. She talks with us about her new music and Broadway being shut down this year because of COVID-19.
2020 Tony Awards To Take Place Virtually This FallTony Award Productions announced Friday the American Theatre Wing's 74th Annual Tony Awards will go forward digitally this fall.
With Broadway Closed For Foreseeable Future, Young Actors Finding Creative Ways To Keep Money Coming InThe coronavirus pandemic has shuttered Broadway through the end of the year, at least, forcing thousands of young actors to find creative ways to make ends meet.
Broadway Star Nick Cordero, Who Died Sunday After Long Battle With Coronavirus, Remembered As A Force Of Nature On StageTributes are pouring in for Broadway star Nick Cordero, who died after a three-month battle with coronavirus.