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“Wives” is somewhat redeemed by its female actors: three wonderful performers – Purva Bedi, Adina Verson and Aadya Bedi – who make the most of every opportunity given them.
The one thing I can absolutely tell you about “Secret.” You will be kicking yourself if you don’t snatch up a ticket while you can!
Six short plays offer up a variety of styles for the 13th edition of Summer Shorts .
Three generations of Irish women tell their stories through alternating monologues in this engaging piece.
Review: Hannah Gadbsy’s "Douglas" is must-see theater. You’re probably not going to be prepared to laugh so loudly or think so deeply.
Truth be told, should your mind wander even for a second from Alex Timbers’ consistently eye-and-ear-popping production – which is admittedly unlikely – the color most likely to pop in…
Rita Rudner s talents are done a disservice by the show’s ramshackle construction.
Review: “The Way She Spoke,” Isaac Gomez’ often-startling tale of numerous women being abducted, raped and/or killed in Juarez, Mexico, now being presented at the Audible Theater at th…
“The Rolling Stone” promises, even this early, to be one of the more exciting and rock-solid dramas we are likely to see this year.
This monologue brings to life one of James Joyce’s most indelible and interesting characters.
The characters in Bekah Brunstetter’s gripping play are more than what they first appear to be.
Dave Malloy s a cappella musical features eight people struggling with 21st-century techno-problems.
Strong performances carry this heartbreaking revival about two South Africans fighting to survive Apartheid.
This is a highly entertaining joyride about an amateur production falling apart.
Heidi Schreck’s deeply felt play is sure to get audiences pondering important questions.
Jez Butterworth’s epic family drama is in excellent hands here, delivering plenty of shocks and surprises.
Halley Feiffer’s semi-autobiographical dark comedy looks at the ways one can fall victim to toxic masculinity.
This new musical version of the film focuses on mayhem and humor, less so on plot.
“I Won’t Let You Down,” sings Dorothy at her audition for “Juliet’s Nurse.” But she does, as does the show that bears this tuneful if ultimately empty anthem.
There can be no denying that Taylor Mac possesses a wicked wit, a penchant for philosophy, and a go-for-broke attitude, but Mac hasn’t found the right recipe for melding these disparate in…
“Hadestown” is burning up the stage!
“Accidentally Brave” starring Maddie Corman is painfully honest and surprisingly humorous. #oofbroadway #theatre #theater #openingnight
There's a new "mean girl" in town in Tori Sampson’s moving,“If Pretty Hurts Ugly Must be a Muhfucka.”
Too much is never enough for "Daddy," at the Pershing Square Center Signature Center under the inventive direction of Danya Taymor.
Emily Mann’s play paints a vivid portrait of the pioneering journalist and feminist Gloria Steinem.
“Choir Boy” is rarely short of heavenly.
Brave. Raw. Truthful. Compelling. These adjectives have been applied with unusual consistency to the work of actress Marin Ireland, now performing in Blue Ridge.
If you’re in New York over the next two weeks, whether on vacation for staycation, it’s the perfect opportunity to go experience the best of what the Big Apple has to offer – namely, l…
Cherise Boothe gives an excellent performance in this story of a woman breaking apart and trying to put it all back together again.
It would be a shame not to see Bryan Cranston in what can only be called a triumphant return to Broadway in "Network." The award-winning actor is beyond phenomenal.
Feeling good is the aim of the splashy yet heartfelt new musical “The Prom,” now at the Longacre Theatre. Luckily for those who need a pick-me-up, the show hits its target with frequent …