For the last five weeks, the British actress and playwright Zawe Ashton has been zipping back and forth between West 45th Street and Lower Manhattan. She has gone from speaking the words of her character
Their individuality was always undeniable. But in their latest appearance on a New York stage, it’s clear that their combined strength is what has made these women so vital, so enduring. There are, technically,
Two boldly reimagined revivals of beloved American musicals — a blood-soaked and bluegrass-tinged “Oklahoma!” and a “Fiddler on the Roof” performed entirely in Yiddish — will end their acclaimed runs January.