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On the eve of a concert with three of the flop musical’s talented stars, time to celebrate a production that thrilled loyal fans — and at least one critic.
The Ruth Stage’s production understands the violence and identity crisis at the core of Brick’s character, but other elements fail to cohere.
Two Robert Icke productions have endured illnesses and last-minute casting changes. Now they have finally settled into a repertory groove.
The British actor shares what helped him transform into the doomed Danish prince: French poetry, “Pandemonium,” and postcard art (with breaks for lemon cake).
“Dance is basically language, like another form of writing,” said Purnell, the author of “100 Boyfriends.” He is bringing a new solo piece to Performance Space New York.
In Donja R. Love’s new play, an English teacher struggles against the penal system — and with his own guilt — to help students see a future beyond prison.
The Tony Award-nominated co-director of “Six” shares the corners of the internet she haunts to help her stay productive.
“There’s something about this show that buoys me up with an energy that I didn’t think I had,” the Tony nominee said of “The Music Man.”
After filming “Impeachment,” the actor had to work to rebuild her voice.
When feeling overwhelmed, the “And Just Like That…” actor rents a studio and finds freedom in movement.
A new production about the 1960s doo-wop idol follows the usual rise-and-fall formula. Still, the songs are wonderful, as is the angel-voiced ensemble.
Hip-hop, impromptu duckwalks and loving shade fill C. Julian Jiménez’s new play about two cousins dreaming of escaping their day jobs.
Talene Monahon aims to give Shakespeare his comeuppance in this comedy at the New Ohio Theater.
This Paper Mill Playhouse production is a welcome throwback to an era of physical comedy.
Robert O’Hara directs a trimmed-down revival of Eugene O’Neill’s classic, with a colorblind cast and a weary eye on the pandemic and the opioid crisis.
After dancing in ‘Hamilton’ and playing Anita in Steven Spielberg’s new musical adaptation, the actress has her sights on a part entirely her own.
Paranoia takes root among five friends who fear their “My Little Pony” role playing game is being targeted in this new play at the Wild Project.
Bebe Neuwirth, Joel Grey, Chita Rivera, John Kander and others discuss the Broadway revival’s surprising early success and its lasting legacy.
Jason Robert Brown’s show is beginning to show its age, but Carolee Carmello’s deft performance lifts an otherwise straightforward revival.
Whether he’s originating roles in musicals or on “Gossip Girl,” Adam Chanler-Berat brings range — and realism — as a new kind of character actor.
For an outdoor residency at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, the Bridge Production Group breathes fresh life into a 2004 musical.