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An injury left the actor unable to walk, but it also gave her the learning experience of a lifetime.
The new theatre space, located next to the 9/11 Memorial, opened its doors to the public this week.
The event took place at the Minetta Lane Theatre.
In a season filled with theatre references and cameos, this appearance was the most surprising.
At the Times Square concert, Broadway performers sang crowd-pleasing rock and pop songs.
Ten years ago, Bioh made her Broadway debut as an actor. Now she's back as a playwright for Jaja's African Hair Braiding.
She admits it's a "challenging" musical. But it's also allowed her to reflect on how far she's come.
Her latest concert series is called Jazz & Piano, which focuses on jazz standards and showtunes from the Great American Songbook.
The show from performance artist/magician Geoff Sobelle is billed as a dinner party, and it's a true interactive, multi-sensory experience.
For many artists, if you can make it in Edinburgh, you can make it anywhere.
That is why he did a month-long solo show at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
The Tony winner explains how her version of Prospero is a mother of three, who is struggling with parenting.
Their show at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe is inspired by the ongoing Iranian protests.
This play positions itself as a murder mystery, and then goes off the rails in the best way.
Sure, she's a staple of the New York comedy scene, but Edinburgh takes the cake.
In this show, an Asian man plays a female celebrity playing a Marvel superhero—there are many layers (and wigs).
This charming and funny solo show explores navigating life with an invisible disability.
The one-man show from Linus Karp about Princess Diana has been selling out at the Scottish festival.
Gamma Ray Theatre on why they decided to bring Ay Up, Hitler! to the Edinburgh Fringe (the show also features a Donald Trump with teeny tiny hands).
This event may not be theatre in the traditional sense, but it's filled to the brim with drama.
This new musical from the producers of Six has been a hot Fringe ticket.
It may have “funeral” in its title but this play is also a funny and moving snapshot of life in Hong Kong.
If you love "My Favorite Murder" and musicals, this is the show for you.
This circus show is like if '90s teen movies contained acrobats.
Introducing the FemiFringe Guide, a listing of theatre made by women, trans, and non-binary artists.
Fringe includes a number of events where you can see snippets from different shows.
Edwin Flay gives a remarkable performance as a serial killer, in this must-see for true crime devotees.
Playbill followed the solo performer as he set up, performed, and then struck his show at the Fringe.
This show has just won a Fringe First Award at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, and is a Playbill Pick. See why.
It will be a one-night-only benefit performance in honor of the late director Adam Brace.
This dance musical about the life of Oscar Wilde is filled with catchy songs and a set that includes a giant disco ball.