A pop star’s fourth album arrives; the Sarasota Ballet returns to the Joyce; and Winona Ryder is everywhere.
Performing the wrenching “Girls & Boys” has taken more fortitude than she ever expected.
A growing group of successful authors, including Michael Lewis and Robert Caro, are releasing audio originals, hoping to take advantage of the exploding audiobook market.
The audiobook company will produce plays, comedic shows, panel discussions and more in the downtown theater.
The live stage production of “Girls & Boys” will come to the Minetta Lane Theater in June, and Ms. Mulligan’s performance will be recorded for an audio play.
The production of “Harry Clarke,” a one-man show starring Billy Crudup, is the latest step in the audiobook maker’s investment in contemporary theater.
The audiobook and spoken-word company is selling access to an extensive library of short-form audio, including original programs, for $4.95 per month.
As audiobooks flourish, thanks in part to digital technologies, the industry has given many aspiring actors a steady paycheck.