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People have long ponied up for the promise of elegance, familiarity and a bit of gracious pandering, on Broadway as on Central Park South. Throw in the allure of celebrity, and a revival of …
Claudia Rankine’s heady new play dares white audiences to deny the realities of their social advantages.
In Sam Chanse’s affecting play, a daughter tries to understand her mother, who resists any reminder of her escape from the Khmer Rouge.
The actor is directing an Encores! revival of the 1997 musical, updating it to confront hard truths about racism, poverty and carceral injustice.
Peter Gil-Sheridan’s comedy for Keen Company raises a range of topical issues but fails to cover new ground.
Hansol Jung’s new play looks at the broken adoption of a little boy who is plucked from South Korea and moved to one American home, then shunted to another.
In her one-woman Off Broadway show, the “Sex and the City” author invites audiences behind the scenes of her life with a wink and a cocktail.
The radio and television journalist Faith Salie stars in a one-woman show about the perils of striving for achievement and affirmation.
Erika Dickerson-Despenza’s play follows one family of women affected by the water crisis in Flint, Mich.
This show brings together two convention-inverting artists: the cabaret star Justin Vivian Bond and the opera singer Anthony Roth Costanzo.
Namir Smallwood and Jon Michael Hill talk about returning to the roles of two men trapped by existential dread and what it means to land on Broadway.
There are sonic pleasures aplenty for fans of pop’s new wave in Sing Street, a stage adaptation of John Carney’s 2016 film
How Adrienne Warren learned to stop fighting herself and interpret the musical role of a lifetime.
Not every success story gets a sequel. The Great Society, Robert Schenkkan’s follow-up to his Tony-winning play All the Way, renders President
Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune opens with the title characters – played by Audra McDonald and Michael Shannon –
Is Rupert Murdoch a hero or a villain? First seen at the Almeida Theatre in London in 2017, ahead of a West
Annette Bening and Tracy Letts both come out swinging in this new Broadway revival of Arthur Miller’s 1947 indictment of the American
America’s recent past is on trial in Lucas Hnath’s Hillary and Clinton, which finds the couple in a New Hampshire hotel room
He’s got two incendiary plays opening in New York. He’s been dressed by Gucci and Thom Browne. But Jeremy O. Harris still has to finish graduate school.
As school shootings mount, educators face the question of how to present gunfire on stage amid students’ fears that their school could be next.