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The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey opens its season with 'The Royal Family'
"I’m pleased that I’m on the boards where Marlon Brando made his debut," he says. (Brando bowed here in 1944’s "I Remember Mama.")
The free Shakespeare in the Park season begins with The Tempest, also featuring Jesse Tyler Ferguson
A new musical by Joe Iconis and Joe Tracz premieres in Red Bank
Ever After begins performances at the Paper Mill Playhouse
Also: John Kander talks with Lin-Manuel Miranda and the Princeton University Concerts series announces its next season
The Red Bank venue opens with Wilson's "Seven Guitars," featuring the directorial debut of Brandon J. Dirden, one of the house's most compelling regular actors.
"People love to stop me and tell me how much they hate me," Hilty says.
Also: Susanna Mälkki and Kirill Gerstein with the New York Philharmonic
Marcy Heisler and Zina Goldrich create a "swashbuckling Cinderella" character based on the 1998 Drew Barrymore movie
As a group of friends and acquaintances share stories of their pasts, their recent accomplishments and failures and their dreams for the future, Rachel Bonds touches on ambition, friendship,…
This one-stop prop shop provides just about any item you can imagine, from animated primates to a replica of an airplane, for stage shows, films and events.
Also: The Sound and the Fury opens at the Public Theater
The former Daily Show writer has recreated the role of the creator for Jim Parsons of "The Big Bang Theory"
As the final production of the season, Stravinsky's "The Rake's Progress" at the Metropolitan Opera makes a lively, refreshing conclusion.
Audra McDonald and rising singers of the Metropolitan Opera raise their voices
Also: Jesse Eisenberg pens and stars in a new off-Broadway play
There's a side of Broadway that lacks the branding values of "Finding Neverland" or "Mamma Mia!" where the offbeat, irreverent and challenging remain.
The not-quite-wholesome but usually harmless rites of teenagers take a horrifying turn in Tammy Ryan's "Tar Beach."
Worlds collide in Richard Wesley's "Autumn," a study of contrast between one generation and the next, life on the streets and life in a government office and, in the mind of protag…
Also: Make Music New York returns with more than 1,000 free outdoor concerts
Announced this morning, top shows with six or more nods also included "Something Rotten!," "Wolf Hall: Parts One and Two," "The King and I," "The Curious I…
"I know it's unusual getting a call from a dead explorer," says the title character in "Ernest Shackleton Loves Me."
With last Friday marking the end of the eligibility period for this year's Tony Awards, the time for predictions has begun.
Written and directed by Ruben Santiago-Hudson, the world premiere at Two River Theater is driven by debate about the impact of the history of blacks in America.
"Beware a woman scorned" are words to heed when it comes to Chita Rivera's character in "The Visit."
In Lisa D'Amour's "Airline Highway," named for the home to the motel, a group of misfits take care of each other and hold one another back from the vices that tempt them.
Set in 1595, when playwrights were like rock stars, brothers Nick and Nigel Bottom (Brian d'Arcy James and John Cariani) are determined to have a hit.
As it chronicles love, war, survival instincts and purpose in a rapidly changing world, "Doctor Zhivago" is an earnest romance with an epic, operatic scope.
Also: Q2 music broadcasts the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra