Jamael Westman, center, plays Alexander Hamilton in the London version of “Hamilton.”
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.
Dickie Beau in the eclectic “Re-Member Me,” which mixes drag, dance and Shakespeare.
Sam Crane, center, and Iestyn Davies, right, relaxing during off hours on Broadway by playing video game soccer. Mr. Crane’s wife Pinny and daughter Iris were at left, his son Kit standing on the couch behind him.
From left, the lighting designer Jane Cox, the costume designer Toni-Leslie James, the sound designer Jessica Paz and the scenic designer Rachel Hauck at the Delacorte Theatre in Central Park.
Ayad Akhtar maintains that what he calls the “attention-finance complex” has contributed to the collapse of a collective well-being.
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The actress Lauren Ridloff, starring in “Children of a Lesser God” on Broadway, near her Brooklyn home.
Gavin Lee, center, as Squidward Q. Tentacles in “SpongeBob SquarePants,” which garnered 12 Tony nods.
Anika Noni Rose, center, stirring passion and resentment in the title role of “Carmen Jones,” Oscar Hammerstein II’s adaptation of Bizet’s “Carmen.”
Tiffany Villarin, left, is pursued by Gregg Mozgala, as a young version of Richard III, in “Teenage Dick,” a Ma-Yi theater production.
From left, the actor Edward Barbanell; the director Scott Ellis; the actress Jamie Brewer; and the playwright Lindsey Ferrentino, author of “Amy and the Orphans.”
Kellie Overbey (with David Aaron Baker) during a particularly explosive period in the life of the title character in “Mary Page Marlowe.”
Alexandria Celia, center, used a squirt gun painted black in “Miss Saigon” at Somerset Berkley Regional High in Massachusetts.
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.
An illustration by Miguel Covarrubias is featured in artwork for a production of Eugene O’Neill’s play “The Hairy Ape” at the Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival.
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