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The operatic luminary makes her Broadway debut as Raquel in "Living on Love" by Joe DiPietro.
Following a sold-out, acclaimed run at the Public Theater, "Fun Home" hits Broadway with some of the biggest anticipatory buzz of the season.
Fiasco Theatre's Two Gentlemen of Verona begins performances
Over the course of his career as a playwright, screenwriter and professor at New York University, Wesley's writing has dealt with stories that take place in his hometown of Brick City - or t…
Rodgers and Hammerstein's classic is now onstage at Lincoln Center Theater in a sumptuous production directed by Bartlett Sher starring five-time Tony nominee Kelli O'Hara
Matthew Morrison of 'Glee' and Kelsey Grammer star in the story behind 'Peter Pan'
The new musical "It Shoulda Been You" takes the wedding day setup that fuels so many romantic comedies, but offers a twist that livens up the proceedings.
Ballet fixture Christopher Wheeldon makes his Broadway debut as director and choreographer
"I think that our biggest responsibility is to make people feel what it's like to be in the midst of something like that," Powers said recently from the theater's lobby, referring …
In the novels "Wolf Hall" and "Bring Up the Bodies," Hilary Mantel gave new life to the rise of Thomas Cromwell and the story of how his master, Henry VIII, came to wed h…
The musical is not Lerner and Loewe's best. But it's lovingly updated by Eric Schaeffer, with magnificent visuals of Belle Époque Paris, arresting choreography and, yes, a charming performa…
Robert Askins' "Hand to God" is a rare truly communal dramatic experience, with the power to make an audience collectively shake with laughter, gasp in shock and rise to a giddy ov…
Also: Ibsen's Ghosts is now onstage at the BAM Harvey Theater
Veronica J. Kuehn has a history of playing young women who are looking for the men of their dreams but fall just outside the conventions of the typical ingénue.
David Hare's thought-provoking, insightful play arrives via West End transfer
August Wilson, Tennessee Williams and a new work by Sharyn Rothstein are slated
The show, which began its life at the Paper Mill Playhouse, folds April 5
Also: The Fantasticks announces its closing date
Karen Olivo, a Tony winner for 'West Side Story,' makes a rare area appearance
Olivo, who played Anita in the 2009 Broadway revival of "West Side Story," will sing a benefit concert at the George Street Playhouse
This week's theater and classical picks
In the play "Living on Love," an author has the task of writing for a world-class diva. To write the play "Living on Love," so did Joe DiPietro.
Also: The New Jersey Symphony Orchestra Edward T. Cone Composition Institute is accepting applications
Theater and classical picks for the week
Also: Something Rotten! begins Broadway performances and the New York Philharmonic premieres a John Adams work
On the Main Stem, audiences have also seen him in "Baby It's You." But "An American in Paris" is a chance to show off more of what he can do, from his acting skills to hi…
At the McCarter Theatre, Ken Ludwig's "Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery" shakes the dust off a popular detective story
Pam McKinnon directs the vividly realized first Broadway revival of Wasserstein's chronicle of life in the 60s, 70s and 80s, with Elisabeth Moss of "Mad Men" as art historian Heidi.
Also: The NJSO plays Russian Classics
"The Hunchback of Notre Dame" at the Paper Mill Playhouse has all the makings of a fairy tale - until it doesn't.