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With time, the characters in Stephen Karam's relatable drama seem even more vulnerable. Jayne Houdyshell shines brightly in a cast of superior talents.
The author of "Moonstruck" and "Doubt" recounts his time at a New Hampshire Private School. Charismatic lead Timothée Chalamet gives a super performance in a play that doesn't break any new…
"Oz" comes to life again, as a lonely boy falls for the slave of a powerful witch in a gorgeous play utilizing traditional Japanese puppetry and original song.
The troupe behind "Then She Fell" is back with a bigger, more erotic new show. "The Grand Paradise" is like being on a Tinder date, with Rupert Holmes providing the background music—don't …
On the verge of death, Anna makes a revelation to her grown children—but how much of what she says can be trusted? The Tony-winner and sitcom star returns to MTC in a New York premiere by …
Actress Kecia Lewis assumes the role of indomitable Mother Courage after an abrupt departure by Tony-winner Tonya Pinkins.
There are still surprises to be found in Michael Frayn’s often-staged comedy about pandemonium behind the scenes at a generic sex farce.
Director Bartlett Sher brings a contemporary vision to the beloved 1964 musical classic—starring a favorite Broadway leading man.
The performances NBC4NY theater writers Robert Kahn and Dave Quinn will remember most, in alphabetical order.
The acclaimed Menier Chocolate Factory production from director John Doyle moves to Broadway, with standout turns by Cynthia Erivo and Jennifer Hudson.
Michael C. Hall stars in a colorful, confusing new musical inspired by Walter Tevis's 1963 novel "The Man Who Fell to Earth." The famous glam rocker contributes songs old and new.
A dozen pint-sized performers bring the heart to Andrew Lloyd Webber's stage update of the 2003 movie about a slovenly sub who brightens the lives of his prep school fifth-graders.
The Oscar winner gives a characteristically quirky performance as a retiring businessman poised to marry his British fiancée.
The skilled TV and stage actress rescues Bruce Willis's romance novelist from a car crash, but has words (and weapons) for him when she learns he's killed off her favorite character.
An acclaimed West End production of the Arthur Miller play transfers to Broadway, with Mark Strong as the Brooklyn longshoreman who has a possessive love for his niece.
A new musical inspired by the "Star Trek" actor's childhood internment follows one family in the years after the attack on Pearl Harbor.
A new musical from the director of "Kinky Boots" and writer of "Birdman" depicts how Gloria Estefan became the best-selling crossover performer in Latin music.
The King and ... oy. Mike Bartlett's galvanizing "King Charles III," newly arrived after an Olivier Award-winning run in the U.K., imagines the current Prince of Wales and his troubled ascen…
Keira Knightley makes a fine Broadway debut as a woman who embarks on an adulterous affair in Helen Edmundson's adaptation of the 19th-century Émile Zola novel.
A perspicacious pooch wreaks havoc on the life of Upper West Side empty-nesters in the first Broadway outing of A.R. Gurney's 1995 comedy. (Did someone say "out"?)
A Pennsylvania mom and dad travel to New York City for what should be a festive Thanksgiving celebration—but mysterious things start to go bump in the night.
A nod to the uncomplicated movie-musicals of the Depression, "Dames at Sea" makes waves with swell performances and a boatload of laughs.
David Lindsay-Abaire's uneven comedy is about two women of a certain age locked in a high-stakes battle over personal space. David Hyde Pierce directs.
Two entertainment industry giants reunite on Broadway in a heartbreaking update of D.L. Coburn's Pulitzer Prize-winning play.
The Oscar winner ("12 Years a Slave") makes her New York stage debut in a textured war drama written by Danai Gurira, the actress who plays Michonne on "The Walking Dead."
MTC's revival of Sam Shepard's 1983 "Fool for Love" seizes you quickly and doesn't let go.
The "Bootycandy" author is back with a new comedy about family and truth. It sizzles in some places, but gets a little overdone in others.
A man and his wife reconnect with a woman from their past in Harold Pinter's abstract 1971 drama about the power of memory.
A one-time police officer has written an earnest original musical about young Englishman John Newton, who came of age as Britain sat atop an empire of slavery.
The illusionists return to New York for the first time in 15 years with a sincere and relentlessly beguiling show that includes classics from their repertoire and elements of their Vegas act.
Douglas Carter Beane's remembrance of things past has some solid one-liners and monologues, but he's left Patti LuPone to work without a net.