"The Life" and "Steel Pier," two of the many musicals which opened at the tail-end of the season, tied for top honors from the Drama Desk's annual awards with nine nominations apiece. Both shows are in the running for Outstanding New Musical; "Violet," the country-flavored tuner which had a ...
The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) has awarded Theatre Communications Group (TCG) in excess of $700,000 to further develop and administer a theatre residency program for
Judging by the size of the crowd at the New York Public Library of the Performing Arts' recent two-day conference "Cultural Institutions and the Web: Real World Strategies," the arts community's interest in the Internet as a business tool is
Quite a few artists from distant cities are currently performing in New York‹some in conjunction with the recent Cabaret Convention, others because New York is, well, New
Writers and visual artists may offer spry depictions of the landscape we take for granted, fashioning it into something fresh and resensitized, yet no artistic medium is better poised to explore the physical potential of a place than dance. Heidi Duckler's "fearless monkeys," as she calls them, do precisely ...
During Cabaret Month, Back Stage will be listing artists appearing at various cabaret rooms around town. Call for further information on specific times, cover charges, and