“Indecent,” Paula Vogel’s loving paean to Sholem Asch’s “God of Vengeance,” will get its own resurrection this Friday.
When Rebecca Taichman won the Tony Award for best direction of a play for her work on “Indecent,” she took the opportunity to state her ideals.
The play was co-created by Rebecca Taichman, whose direction of it won a Tony Award
Ticket sales took a significant turn for the better over the past week, after the production picked up two Tony Awards.
The play was Vogel’s Broadway debut.
A number of themes can be identified in the seemingly endless sequence of New York theater awards.
Page Six reports Oprah was seen “dabbing back tears.”
Good news for ‘Oslo,’ ‘Indecent,’ ‘Hello, Dolly!’ and ‘Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812’ in this year’s Tony nominations.
Enjoying its triumphant Broadway debut, ‘Indecent’ — a Yiddish tale of scandal and tragedy — is particularly well-suited to the Trump era.
On a Manhattan Monday, in an airy rehearsal studio far enough west of Times Square to make a grumbling city-dweller breathe with freedom, a group of journalists greeted each other forlornly.