The Off-Broadway production will now play until June 5.
Use this checklist, effective through July 31, 2022, before heading to the theatre so you can sit back, relax, and enjoy the show.
The Joaquina Kalukango-led production has been on hiatus since April 7.
Both Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker have been fighting cases of COVID, which put the Neil Simon revival on hiatus.
The Daniel Craig-led production is back after cases of COVID within the company put a pause on performances.
The stage performers' union will not re-open their audition centers, but is allowing employers to host their own in-person calls.
The change in the Off-Broadway theatre's guidelines was tweeted yesterday.
Celebrate the return of live theatre with some backstage photos from the companies of Six, Moulin Rouge! the Musical!, Tina, David Byrne's American Utopia, Stomp, Jersey Boys, and more.
New York's vaccine and mask dates have expired, but both are still required for Broadway audiences.
The front-line team has provided COVID compliance safety for 1.8 million audience members seeing more than 30 shows on Broadway and beyond.
More than a dozen shows are part of the promotion, including Hamilton, Hadestown, and more.
The immersive theatrical experience resumes performances at The McKittrick Hotel.
Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen's docu-play, with music by Steve Earle, had its 2020 Public Theater run cut short by COVID.
The Great Performances broadcast includes interviews with Adrienne Warren, Norm Lewis, Sara Bareilles, Aaron Tveit, Chita Rivera, and more.
Phylicia Rashad and Brandon J. Dirden star in the Manhattan Theatre Club premiere by Tony nominee Dominique Morisseau.
The storied venue will next present The Tap Dance Kid as part of its Encores! programming.
The Off-Broadway company recently canceled its Under the Radar Festival due to rising case numbers.
The previously announced Boy Falls from the Sky, Room, and more have new dates.
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