Drama Desk President: NYC Theater is "Hopping"

May 6, 2017
By Joe Maniscalco 

Charles Wright (c) with Javier Muñoz and Laura Benanti.

New York, NY - Playwright Robert Anderson famously once said, “You can make a killing in the theater, but not a living.” Drama Desk President Charles Wright, however, says that while that observation may still hold true — today’s theatrical industry is “hopping.” 

GM Credits Workers With Giving Revived Hudson Theatre the Best of B'way

May 6, 2017
By Silver Krieger

Inside the revived Hudson Theatre.

New York, NY – The Hudson Theatre, located just off Times Square on 44th Street, has a storied history stretching all the way back to its glorious debut in 1903. After going through some hard times, the venerable old venue reemerged this past February following an extensive, multi-million-dollar restoration effort. LaborPress recently sat down with Hudson Theatre General Manager Eric Paris to learn more about the playhouse’s intriguing century-long odyssey, and how it is now helping to make the lights on Broadway shine brighter than ever.

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