News: a revival of David Mamet's "American Buffalo" starring Laurence Fishburn and Sam Rockwell will play on Broadway this spring; the Broadway revival of "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" will play the Booth Theatre; Kristin Chenoweth will bring her new concert "For the Girls" to the Nederlander Theatre in November; New York Magazine/Vulture theatre critic Sara Holdren is stepping down to focus on directing, a replacement will be hired; Broadway's "The Great Society" will host voter registrations at the Vivian Beaumont Theatre; Jason Danieley donated his late-wife Marin Mazzie's costumes to the Manhattan School of Music; and Mandy Patinkin will release a new solo album in October
Read: the upsetting results of a new study that looked into why there are fewer women designers in theatre (spoiler alert: discrimination and lack of support for working parents), The Guardian's ranked list of the top 50 pieces of theatre this century, and this profile of "Slave Play"
Listen: to the song "Clairvoyant" from the forthcoming Off-Broadway musical "Scotland, PA"
Watch: this extraordinary new PBS American Masters documentary about actor Raúl Juliá (video expires October 11th), this new "behind the scenes" look at the upcoming "Cats" feature film, and this teaser from the new musical "Becoming Nancy" now in Atlanta
RIP: Tony Award-winning Broadway legend Phyllis Newman is dead at 86; Betty Corwin, who founded the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts' Theater on Film and Tape Archive, is dead at 98; and beloved Broadway stage manager Artie Gaffin has passed away (marquee lights will be dimmed this evening in observance)