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The Ensemble for the Romantic Century unique chamber concerts combied with a theatrically staged narrative begins the company's its season in New York, with the story of the…
Bruce Norris's very dark though frequently funny puzzle play finally lands in New York
Michael Moore may not be able to take down our sitting president, but he does lift our spirits
Tina Howe's worthy but flawed real-surreal new play about climate change and aging
a here today-gone in 4 days revival of Sondheim's chilling yet thrilling killer show buoyed by a killer cast
Oscar Isaac as the melancholy Dane at the Pubic Theater
More than a hundred years and 3 movies later, W. Somerset Maugham's novel comes to the stage, courtesy of Toronto's Soulpepper Company
Soulpepper's home grown comedy hit that seeded a TV sitcom is live and lively again on 42nd Street
George Orwell's novel about a dystopian world has been relevant for almost 70 years. Current events have resulted in starry new Broadway production
Scott McPherson's Bessie still tugs at our heart strings
Meghan Kennedy's 1960 set play bout the effect of the burgeoning social changes and an actual flight disaster on her own family
a welcome return to Horton Foote's beloved sleepy Texas town where nothing much happens. . .until it does!
A formidably talented cast forcefully brings Abe Koogler's unhappy characters to life in this world premiere at MTC's smallest venue
The opera version of Tony Kushner's two-part epic finally made its New York debut, courtesy of the New York City Opera Company
a Trump-inspired Caesar steps out of a bathtub to meet those who've come not to praise but to bury him/
DC Moore's new play for Headlong and the National Theatre
life isn't easy for Martyna Majok four characters; neither is it always easy to watch them dealing with the blows they've been dealt
- Don't be surprised if some of the over-the-top characters in Jeffrey Hatcher's adaptation of Gogol's farce remind you of some of the real life shenanigans in our current body politic.
- the women in Gina Gionfriddo's new play again takes its inspiration from a classic 19th century novel, but less successfully so. . . Read M
Robert Schenkan's cautionary tale written in just a week of outraged reaction to our new administration is a classic case of preaching to the choir. .
- Hamish Linklater dons his playwright's hat for a complex story about how the untimely death of a young woman sends her parents and others who knew her into a whirligig of grief and guilt. .
-A.A. Milne's 1922 play about sibling rivalry among the upper class gets another go by the Mint Theater.
Suzan-Lori Parks 1996 play given a vivid new production as part of her Signature Residency Read
Dan LeFranc intermittently satisfying quirky new comedy
No uncertainty Simon Stephen's quirky romance being a charmer, especially since it stars Mary Louise Parker
two chapters of an ambitious cycle about a Nigerian-American famiy playing in repertory at New York Theatre Workshop Read More
Stephen Sondheim's complex musical given a timely political focus with drastic, but brilliant new staging John Doyle
The famous Russian princess fairy tale boasts a top team
Lucas Hnuth's highly original sequel to Ibsen's classic adds yet another terrific new play to the Broadway season.
Jerry Herman's bouncy score plus Bette Midler and David Hyde Pierce . . .no wonder this old-fashioned musical is the season's hottest ticket. .
- Even an injured knee can't keep Andy Karl from making our visit to Punxsutawney, Pa. fun .