The theater’s Off-Center series, which Mr. Friedman led until his death last year, will stage his 2003 musical “Gone Missing” in July.
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Aaron Mattocks, who has a background as a performer, choreographer and administrator, will be the theater’s new director of programming.
The Off Broadway company will keep its home in Hell’s Kitchen, but will use the Greenwich House Theater as its primary venue beginning in early 2019.
Endowed by Ellsworth Kelly, Cy Twombly and Roy Lichtenstein, the Foundation for Contemporary Arts awards went to Lisa Robertson, Anne Boyer and Fred Moten.
The “Hedwig” actress will pay homage to David Bowie, Radiohead and many others as part of “Obsessed,” a project involving a new EP each month in 2018.
Howard Pollack on writing “The Ballad of John Latouche,” the first biography to explore the cult figure’s prolific career.
Among the artists chosen are Jack Ferver, who puts a queer spin on classics, and Alice Sheppard, who choreographs for disabled dancers.
“Bangsokol,” one of the first symphonic works to reckon with the Khmer Rouge era, has its New York premiere on Friday.
The program, a highlight of the festival’s 2018 season, will be organized by Daniel Ulbricht, a New York City Ballet principal dancer.
Christmas stalwarts like the Rockettes’ Radio City show, participatory events including a festive caroling walk, and even a dose of Taylor Mac’s wild cabaret.