From left, Stephen Payne, Josh Charles, Armie Hammer and Paul Schneider are the father and sons of Young Jean Lee’s “Straight White Men,” which opened on Broadway on Monday.
A backstage memorial to Jeff Loeffelholz, a standby actor in the musical “Chicago” who killed himself in June.
The producer Orin Wolf embracing Sasson Gabay, who will succeed Tony Shalhoub in “The Band’s Visit,” during a party after the musical won 10 Tony awards.
André Sills as the title character in Shakespeare’s “Coriolanus,” directed by Robert Lepage for the Stratford Festival in Canada.
Ariana DeBose, center, in “Summer The Donna Summer Musical.” which features such hits as “Hot Stuff” and “I Feel Love.”
Natalie Soto during a walk-on role as a part of the stage crew in “Dance Nation” at Playwrights Horizons.
In “Fire and Air,” James Cusati-Moyer, sitting in the foreground, is the dancer Nijinsky and Douglas Hodge, behind him in the top hat, is the impresario Diaghilev. Members of their circle, from left: Marsha Mason, John Glover and Marin Mazzie.
Robert De Niro, introducing Bruce Springsteen, used President Trump’s name three times in a short, obscene salvo.
Front row from left, Hal Prince, Jan Horvath, Andrew Lloyd Webber and Cameron Mackintosh celebrating Mr. Prince’s 90th birthday after a performance of “The Phantom of the Opera” earlier this month.
“In satire, you sort of imagine the unimaginable,” said Robert O’Hara, whose new play, “Mankind,” envisions a world without women.
David Binder, who will officially take over as artistic director of the Brooklyn Academy of Music in January, inside its opera house.
Long Wharf Theater, in New Haven, has been a prominent American stage company for decades, earning the Tony Award for best regional theater and regularly transferring productions to Broadway.
From left: Louise Shuttleworth, Laura Matthews, Laurence Pears, Russell Dixon and Antony Eden in “A Brief History of Women,” part of the Brits Off Broadway festival.
“I know what it’s like to be in a room with a rock star,” said Joe Penhall, whose new play “Mood Music” is about the recording industry.
Lucas Papaelias as Dan and Ella Kennedy Davis as his daughter Julie in “This Flat Earth,” directed by Rebecca Taichman, at Playwrights Horizons.
Lia Williams as a charismatic schoolteacher in the title role of “The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie,” directed by Polly Findlay at the Donmar Warehouse in London.
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