In the theater world, women are wielding more power as producers.
The Lincoln Center Theater show is written by James Lapine, Tom Kitt and Michael Korie, and will star Carmen Cusack, Harry Hadden-Paton and Tony Yazbeck.
Robert Nederlander and Carole Shorenstein Hays can compete to program shows in their now separately operated playhouses.
The Roundabout Theater Company productions each explore race in America.
Female producers, migrating from nonprofit theater and the entertainment industry, are bringing new skills and values to the commercial stage.
Mary-Louise Parker will reunite with her original co-star, David Morse, in the spring for the Broadway debut of Paula Vogel’s Pulitzer-winning play.
The film and TV actor will portray Scrooge in Jack Thorne’s adaptation of Dickens, which has been a London holiday hit since 2017.
Andrew Lloyd Webber, Stephen Sondheim, Patti LuPone and others recall memorable moments with the longtime director and producer who died this week.
“Six,” a British pop musical about the guess-how-many wives of Henry VIII, will open early next year.