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Sarah Einspanier’s play centers on beleaguered public defenders trying to find ways to nourish themselves and maybe one another.
The intrepid young actors from Shakespeare & Company perform on a four month tour, not unlike the traveling players from Elizabethan times.
The film star is nominated for a Tony for “All My Sons,” a play with which she has a personal connection.
Laura Eason’s adaptation of the Jules Verne novel is a reminder of how to make stage magic from simple elements.
The Ensemble for the Romantic Century’s production synthesizes dramatic narrative with chamber music and some fantastic puppetry.
Dave Malloy, the “Great Comet” composer, unpacks three songs from “Octet,” his (yes) a cappella musical about digital addiction.
The Winter Garden, New York
A stage transfer for the spirited 80s comedy struggles to produce any memorable songs but provides an enjoyably silly night out nonetheless
A specter is haunting …
The Marquis Theatre, New York
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend star Santino Fontana gives a charming performance as a man dressing up as a woman to get ahead
What if all that stood between you and succes…
The American Airlines Theatre, New York
Thrilling, note perfect performances elevate yet another staging of Arthur Miller’s transgressive tragedy
A play about the rancid heart of the Ameri…
The Booth Theatre, New York
An inspired idea, a comedic follow-up to Shakespeare’s brutal tragedy, is sadly not enough to sustain a disappointingly thin show
Nine onstage deaths, three sev…
He played ‘anxious weirdo nerds’ in Pitch Perfect and Dear Evan Hansen, but on his soul-baring new album Ben Platt has a new role ... himself
‘I really like playing people who aren’t…
The Golden Theatre, New York
The Tony award winner dominates as the politician in a 2008-set work of speculative stage drama with John Lithgow as her supportive husband
Remember when Hillar…
“Anthem: Homunculus” is a six-hour, 10-episode epic about a man and his teratoma. The tumor sings. As do Glenn Close, Patti LuPone and Cynthia Erivo.
Hudson Theatre, New York
A standout performance from the brooding actor is the main selling point of an 80s-set comedy drama that fails to match him
A small play about big words – sex, dea…
Entertainment for all: On Mondays the club hosts Playboy Live!, a showcase for Broadway talent.
This series, which debuts Tuesday on FX, includes many midcentury Broadway and film personalities and their works. Here’s a cheat sheet.
With Taylor Mac’s “sequel” about to open on Broadway, we look at how Shakespeare’s goriest play has seeped into pop culture.
Turns out that a Jacobean tragedy with a bleak worldview and an extensive body count can still be a lot of fun.
Hayes Theater, New York
Heidi Schreck’s funny, impactful and breathlessly exciting ode to the constitution is one of the year’s best shows
Shattering, galvanizing and very funny, Heidi S…
A limited FX series revives two Broadway legends, Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon. Will the show razzle dazzle us? Or will it find a new way to tell the story of artists who behave badly?
Shana Cooper’s revival at Theater for a New Audience is so deep in conversation with itself and its dance battles that it nearly forgets to speak to us today.
The final show at Jack’s current location is weird and difficult to parse. But it’s nice to know there’s a place for theater like this in New York.
Imperial Theatre, New York
Broadway’s latest jukebox music is electrified by fantastic singing and dancing but let down by some inert storytelling
There’s a chilly irony at the shrink-wr…
The Public Theater, New York
The Pulitzer prize-winning playwright has created an absurdist, challenging drama about the fallout from a racially motivated attack by police
Slavery ended in 1…
Santino Fontana’s turn as a man in a wig comes at a time when Broadway has been reckoning with the idea that musical comedies need to offer fully realized female characters.
“Actually, We’re ______” follows four millennials dealing with love and infidelity, but it’s an unfunny play that would rather be a sitcom.
In ‘Hate___,’ the main characters argue over what it means to be Muslim, but mostly they want to get tangled in the sheets.
Linda Gross Theater, New York
The prolific Oscar nominee has fun playing a woman unmoored by the absence of her husband and son in a dark farce with questionable politics
Fatuous and skimpy,…
Soho Playhouse, New York
The witty, filthy, tragic one-woman show arrives stateside, with all its jagged edges still intact
“I’m not obsessed with sex,” Phoebe Waller-Bridge says, with…
Before the force is with them, Keri Russell and Adam Driver, who will both appear in “Star Wars: Episode IX,” bring an unruly love story to Broadway.
The playwright and star of “What the Constitution Means to Me” visits the Founding Fathers and talks about breaking up with their creation.