Having stepped away from one of dance's most celebrated companies just as Covid-19 began to hit, the choreographer and teacher returns to New York City Ballet to create his first work for the company as part of his ongoing calling to support and nurture the future of the art form.
The drag queen brings their progressive vision to everything they do, from a run for City Council to voter mobilization to their role as performance director at the Q in Hell's Kitchen.
After becoming the first Black woman to create a work for New York City Ballet last fall, the choreographer prepares for a busy year of performances, commissions, and classes.
The DJ and producer behind iconic gay nightlife events like Ty Tea and Devil's Playground is dedicated to bringing together his community in celebration.
After releasing her breakthrough fifth album 'Thirstier' last year, the musician is back on the road touring across North America and Europe but still says there's no place like home.
After spending the shutdown reframing and refocusing their work, the tap and swing dancer returned to the New York stage last fall with a celebration of contemporary swing now headed on a national tour.
After years of pushing for more diversity and inclusion in the world of classical music, the soprano says she appreciates the changes she sees her tradition-minded colleagues making but recognizes the need to go further.
After three seasons on the groundbreaking series 'Pose,' the actor returned to Broadway this winter in 'Thoughts of a Colored Man,' another step in his body of work focused on openness and self-exploration.
As the first Black composer in the Metropolitan Opera's 138-year history, the six-time Grammy winner is expanding the art form with stories that reflect an underrepresented community.
After over a year away from the stage, the jazz pianist and drummer returned with a flurry of shows last fall and sets off on a North American tour tomorrow night.
After returning to the stage mere months after giving birth during the pandemic, the longtime City Ballet principal dancer prepares for her farewell season.
After nearly a decade at Houston Ballet—and an unexpected yearlong hiatus in Hong Kong—the Chinese dancer joins New York City Ballet ready for a new set of challenges.
After spending the pandemic shutdown focusing on her musical theater camp Broadway Weekends at Home, the star of 'Diana, the Musical' is finally back on stage.
In a new gender-swapped revival of Stephen Sondheim's 'Company,' the Broadway veteran pushes representation forward and steps into an iconic role as half of a gay couple overcome by panic on their wedding day.
As he completes his move from performer to creator, Alvin Ailey's first-ever resident choreographer is breaking new ground for dance in both the virtual and real worlds.
The playwright of 'Thoughts of a Colored Man' looks to Broadway's rebirth with hope for change, understanding, and empathy.
After spending last year filming HBO Max's 'Gossip Girl' reboot, the actor is finally back onstage in a downtown revival of Stephen Sondheim's 'Assassins,' helping to illuminate the pulse of violence that courses through American politics.
The same September weekend he took home his long-overdue first Tony Award, the star of 'Moulin Rouge! The Musical' resumed performances with fresh eyes and a new perspective.
The playwright and star of 'Ni Mi Madre' was a pioneer this season in one of the first Off Broadway shows to return to regular in-person performances.
As only the second Black male principal in American Ballet Theatre's long history, the dancer is working to make the ballet world a more inclusive place.
After eighteen months of darkness, our Fall issue celebrates the return of live performance to New York in all its glorious variety.
As she prepares to return to her star-making run as Tina Turner with Broadway reopening, the Tony nominee looks ahead to her next role as Mamie Till-Mobley, activist and mother of Emmett Till, and her ongoing work for equity and inclusion with the Broadway Advocacy Coalition.