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A Childhood Eden Seared by Violence. Set to Music?

A Childhood Eden Seared by Violence. Set to Music?

Abigail and Shaun Bengson, a married pair of singer-songwriters who’ve turned their personal stories into theater, most recently in “The Lucky Ones.”

When the Actors Are Students, and They’re Armed

When the Actors Are Students, and They’re Armed

Alexandria Celia, center, used a squirt gun painted black in “Miss Saigon” at Somerset Berkley Regional High in Massachusetts.

A Broadway Bigwig Lampoons Trump, Despite Family Ties

A Broadway Bigwig Lampoons Trump, Despite Family Ties

Jordan Roth, a prominent Broadway theater owner and producer, appearing in his new video series, which opened with a raunchy attack on President Trump.

Review: A Wondrous ‘Pinocchio’ With That ‘Lion King’ Magic

Review: A Wondrous ‘Pinocchio’ With That ‘Lion King’ Magic

A scene from “Pinocchio,” written by Dennis Kelly and directed by John Tiffany.

The Secret Life of Sven

The Secret Life of Sven

Sven, featured in “Frozen” at the St. James Theater — and inhabited here by the actor Adam Jepsen — has a mix of reindeer and human-like qualities.

When the ‘Mean Girls’ Were Teen Girls

When the ‘Mean Girls’ Were Teen Girls

Ashley Park, Taylor Louderman and Kate Rockwell, now starring in “Mean Girls” on Broadway, in their own high school yearbook photos.

Review: A Housekeeper Claims Center Stage in ‘Member of the Wedding’

Review: A Housekeeper Claims Center Stage in ‘Member of the Wedding’

Roslyn Ruff, as Berenice, comforts Tavi Gevinson, playing the 12-year-old Frankie, in “The Member of the Wedding.”

Review: ‘Mary Page Marlowe’ Lives an Ordinary, Extraordinary Life

Review: ‘Mary Page Marlowe’ Lives an Ordinary, Extraordinary Life

Kellie Overbey (with David Aaron Baker) during a particularly explosive period in the life of the title character in “Mary Page Marlowe.”

For Paula Vogel, a Once-Banned ‘Beautiful’ Love Story Inspires Her New Play

For Paula Vogel, a Once-Banned ‘Beautiful’ Love Story Inspires Her New Play

Rebecca Taichman, left, and Paula Vogel at the Vineyard Theater.

This Movie Romance Scandalized a Nation. Now It’s a Drama Onstage.

This Movie Romance Scandalized a Nation. Now It’s a Drama Onstage.

Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor in the 1963 film “Cleopatra.” Their on-set affair has inspired a new play.

Review: In ‘Log Cabin,’ It’s Gay vs. Trans as the Rainbow Crumbles

Review: In ‘Log Cabin,’ It’s Gay vs. Trans as the Rainbow Crumbles

From left: Cindy Cheung, Dolly Wells, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Phillip James Brannon as two gay couples who find their liberal politics challenged in “Log Cabin.”

Broadway Producer Named BAM’s New Artistic Director

Broadway Producer Named BAM’s New Artistic Director

David Binder, who will officially take over as artistic director of the Brooklyn Academy of Music in January, inside its opera house.

Review: Hit Songs to Sin By in a Smashing ‘Moulin Rouge!’

Review: Hit Songs to Sin By in a Smashing ‘Moulin Rouge!’

As Harold Zidler, who runs the Moulin Rouge nightclub, Danny Burstein delivers a master class in pandering seediness.

Review: In Shaw’s ‘Saint Joan,’ a Sane and Sensible Martyr

Review: In Shaw’s ‘Saint Joan,’ a Sane and Sensible Martyr

Condola Rashad as a sober and cleareyed Joan of Arc in George Bernard Shaw’s “Saint Joan.”

Review: Hope and Restraint at the Tonys. Then Came Robert De Niro.

Review: Hope and Restraint at the Tonys. Then Came Robert De Niro.

Robert De Niro, introducing Bruce Springsteen, used President Trump’s name three times in a short, obscene salvo.

This ‘Othello’ Is Powered by Women

This ‘Othello’ Is Powered by Women

From left, the lighting designer Jane Cox, the costume designer Toni-Leslie James, the sound designer Jessica Paz and the scenic designer Rachel Hauck at the Delacorte Theatre in Central Park.


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