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Well received last year, Bess Wohl’s Off Broadway play about six characters at a silent retreat starts a new run at the Pershing Square Signature Center.
The festival announced the 3,269 productions in its 2016 program on Wednesday. Almost 300 venues across the Scottish capital are taking part.
Mr. Broderick stars in this Off Broadway revival of Conor McPherson’s hit as a man whose wife’s ghost won’t leave him alone.
“Game of Thrones” star Jack Gleeson will star in a play at 59E59 Theaters this summer.
NoFit State Circus, from Cardiff, Wales, is making its North American debut with “Bianco.”
Ike Holter’s play about the final days of a failing urban high school is in previews at Cherry Lane Theater.
Among the offerings: "Richard III" and a 1970s riff on "Twelfth Night."
A clinical trial leads to passion in this play directed by David Cromer.
Cities around the world plan festivals to mark the 400th anniversary of the playwright’s death — which falls, serendipitously, on his birthday.
In addition to Lucas Hnath’s play “Red Speedo,” Ms. Blain-Cruz’s spring also includes directing works by Alice Birch and Branden Jacobs-Jenkins.
The festival will run April 19-July 3 and feature nine New York premieres.
Mr. Rylance heads to St. Ann’s Warehouse in a production about two men ice-fishing and pondering big questions.
The Team will partner with the National Theater of Scotland for a new show at the festival in August.
Mr. Karam’s 2011 play, “Sons of the Prophet,” was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize.
Shona McCarthy succeeds Kath Mainland as chief executive of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society.
There are the Rockettes, of course, and “Elf the Musical” but also “Santastical: A Very Merry Twistmas.”
He portrays a tightly wound former Marine in this production at Playwrights Horizons.
A comic actor continues his Manhattan comedy streak onstage with Nick Jones’s “Important Hats of the Twentieth Century.”
This singer-songwriter is also touring for a recent EP, “Comeback Queen.”
Moving on to lead the Melbourne Festival.
The comical love story stars Annaleigh Ashford as a dog owned by Matthew Broderick.
Trusty Sidekick’s new theater production, about a family’s hot-air balloon ride, was created for children with autism.
The highly anticipated opening of this rock musical at the Brooks Atkinson Theater will be the first of over a dozen opening nights in the next couple of months.
The pink-haired former Warhol superstar just completed a show at the annual fringe festival.
The coming theater season will look forward to a possible future king and look back to some of Arthur Miller’s works.
Intimate struggles — autism, depression, cancer — were significant themes among the theater offerings at this festival.
Catrina McHugh's “Key Change,” directed by Laura Lindow, was commissioned by a development company in England that specializes in work with prisoners.
Origin’s 1st Irish Festival, starting this week, includes this dark play and Fishamble’s “Little Thing, Big Thing.”
Playwrights and producers discuss whether having been in the 2014 New York International Fringe Festival was worth all the time, effort and money.
“Elaine Stritch: Still Here,” “Exact Change” and “Naked Hamilton” are among the shows in this year’s FringeNYC, which opens on Friday.
The actor and writer is appearing Off Broadway in his solo show “The Absolute Brightness of Leonard Pelkey.”