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In this production of J.M. Barrie’s 1904 play, Bernstein’s neglected score brings out the characters’ melancholic desires.
Previews, openings and some last-chance picks.
The death of the show’s composer, Michael Friedman, makes this musical about loss an accidental and indispensable elegy.
This Swiss mime troupe’s show “you & me” is like the Muppets, but heavily influenced by French surrealism and a few psychotropics.
There have been complaints that “Fairview,” currently at Soho Rep, goes too far and complaints that it doesn’t go far enough.
A play from 1925 that argues, as one character says, “for giving the best in human nature a chance.”
Circle in the Square Theater, New YorkBased on a graphic novel memoir about growing up gay in a funeral home, this smart, sophisticated Broadway musical includes one astonishing performanceF…
The magicians Joshua Jay and Vitaly Beckman, both in one-man shows in Manhattan, are exploring uses of enchantment. And kitchen supplies.
If Chris Green’s puppet theater piece is a work of political theater, it is abstract and unemotional in a time that seems anything but.
They portray the title character in this play by Tracy Letts. In a conversation, they talked about their work and the production.
This Manhattan Theater Club production, written by Donja R. Love and directed by Saheem Ali, is set in the antebellum South.
Revisiting Rwanda 20 years after the brutal genocide there, two men meet again and fact and fiction are sorted out.
After last year saw Kevin Spacey making a litany of bad jokes, this year’s celebration of Broadway was a kinder affair with a theme of inclusivity throughoutHas it really only been a year …
Mallory Catlett’s play, a multimedia meditation on memory and decay, imagines the characters of Chekhov’s “Uncle Vanya” 30 or 40 years later.
This didactic play is based on actual events in Chicago, where graffiti artists tagged a major museum.
Three stars of the hit Tina Fey musical talk about their real-life high school years: the highs, the lows, the bullies and the bell bottoms.
Majority rule (mostly). One play per playwright. How we put together the 25 Plays list, and a bid to remember notable writers and favorite works that missed the cut.
Booth Theater, New YorkA starry cast delights in a glossy new version of the 1968 play that balances sharp wit with uncomfortable observationsSticks and stones will break your bones. Words w…
Jamie Parker, who portrays the grown-up wizard in Broadway’s “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child,” repairs to the archery range on his day off.
The play, created by Rady & Bloom, follows a celebration that goes nowhere, with nothing going according to plan.
Classic Stage Company, New YorkLast summer, at least three different Uncle Vanyas bestrode New York stages. Recent years have also witnessed fields of cherry orchards, a small flock of seagu…
Pregnancy and child birth get laughs in Chiara Atik’s sketch-comedy-inspired play.
The Acting Company’s production, which runs through May 27 at the Polonsky Shakespeare Center, nods to violence and hits the play’s grimmer notes.
John Tiffany regularly makes magic on stage, never more than in the Tony-nominated show. But what made him?
When his work is adapted for the big screen, you’re liable to see everything from kangaroos in love to cutting French cheekbones.