Lucy Thurber with Alexander Lambie, left, and Cesar Rosado, two students who inspired her play “Transfers.”
From left, Quincy Tyler Bernstine, Kyle Beltran, and Jennifer Kim, with Thomas Jay Ryan, above, in “The Amateurs,” in which a medieval theater troupe goes on tour with “Noah’s Ark” and other works.
Robert De Niro, introducing Bruce Springsteen, used President Trump’s name three times in a short, obscene salvo.
Robert Sean Leonard, left, and Paul Sparks in “The Zoo Story,” the one-act that is the second half of “Edward Albee’s At Home at the Zoo” at the Signature Theater.
From left: Eli Gelb, Idina Menzel and Will Brittain in Joshua Harmon’s “Skintight.”
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.
Terrence Mann as the title character and Will Swenson, seated, as his infernal nemesis in “Jerry Springer — The Opera.” A hit in London almost 15 years ago, the show is finally getting a full-fledged production in New York.
Justin Jain, Matteo Scammell and Ross Beschler in the Wilma Theater production of “Blood Wedding,” directed by Csaba Horvath.
A scene from “The Birds,” directed by Nikos Karathanos, at St. Ann’s Warehouse in Brooklyn.
Lucas Papaelias as Dan and Ella Kennedy Davis as his daughter Julie in “This Flat Earth,” directed by Rebecca Taichman, at Playwrights Horizons.
From left, Nell Benjamin, Casey Nicholaw, Tina Fey and Jeff Richmond on the set of “Mean Girls” on Broadway at the August Wilson Theater.
A scene from “Network,” directed by Ivo van Hove, with (left and onscreen) Bryan Cranston.
Josie Underwood performing in “A Clown Show About Rain” at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. “I think it’s been therapeutic” she said of doing a show about mental health.
Carey Mulligan in “Girls & Boys,” written by Dennis Kelly and directed by Lyndsey Turner at the Royal Court Theater in London.
Reece Shearsmith, left, and Johnny Flynn in “Hangmen,” which arrives at the Atlantic Theater Company after a London run.
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.
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