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Descriptive Excerpt: A 1937 play that feels very much of the moment is given an operatic staging at the Park Avenue Armory
: Theresa Rebeck's literslly tasty comic take on art versus commerce is having its New York premiere at the beutiful new MCC Thesters's intimate Susan & Ronald Frankel Th…
Harvey Fierstone's biographical solo play is filled to the brim with Bella Abzug's trenchant wit and wisdom. For older theater goers, it's a trip down memory lane…
: If the title were not already taken by a much produced French classic, Tracy Letts might well have called his play about a middle-aged guy who hates everything and…
With the help of Hamilton.>'s director Thomas Kail and orchestrator Alex Lacamoire, Ross Golan's almost two dozen story telling songs became the musical, The Wrong Man, now …
Eileen Atkins and Jonathan Pryce manage to turn Florian Zeller's overly clever script into a truly unmissable point counterpoint duet.
Expectations for any play written by Jack Thorne. . .but the magic of Harry Potter is missing from his take on a book group that brings together a group of 20-something …
Michael Tucker's dramedy adds up to a pleasant two hours, thanks to excellent actors
Watching The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel was a lot like going to see a hot ticket show on Broadway, while Shitselwas more like seeing something new and more low key Off-Broad…
Overview of blockbuster streamers Madam Secretary and The Cro
To paraphrase Al Jolson's famous song, Toot, toot,Tootsie, hello!
the most original new musical on Broadway takes us to hell and back to a soaring musical score. . .
> ryclinton19.html">Hillary and Clinton - Laurie Metcalf is the chief reason to see Lucas Hath's imagined fly-on-the-wall peek at three scenes from a complicated marriage made e…
Justice,friendship, virtue,poetry,theater, death, democracy! Tim Blake Nelson takes us through a Socrates' wide ranging philosophical ponderings about the meaning of life within…
Daniel Fish's new look at the musical that launched the golden age of musicals. . .the ear hugging tunes are still there, but with a far less sunny interpretation. .
Ars Nova launches its moves to a new home with a new play devised by The Mad Ones
this is indeed a not to be missed star turn by Jackson, with enough positive assets to overcome the directorial missteps.
Marc Blitzstein's allegorical play with music revived by John Doyle at Classic Stage
Three superb actors lead us through the journey of three immigrant brothers' from Bavaria to America, from store keepers to bankers, from "too big to fail" to failure
Suzan-Lori Parks inventive new play, beautifully staged and performed at the Public Theater
A golden oldie musical with a great cast, stunning choreography, and just enough tweaking to be in tune with our MeToo zeitgeist
, , ,a moving and very timely highlight of the Irish Rep's Sean O'Casey season
Another play about teens with self-image issues, this one set in a fictional Nigerian Village.
Isabelle Huppert stars as the title character in this chapter of Florian Zeller's trilogy about mental illness, in this case dementia triggered by empty nest syndrome and anxiety ab…
A deluxe production of a flawed play co-produced by the New Group and Vineyard Theatre, and starring Alan Cumming in the title role
You may not agree with Debra Jo Rupp's refusal to bake a cake for a same sex wedding, but you'll enjoy the 90 minutes you spent with her at Manhattan Theatre Club's Stage I
Do 2 stellar actors, 2 successful playwrights, 2 thematically linked monologues add up to truly electic theatrical experience?
Stephen Sondheim and George Furth's 1981 flop given a new life by Fiasco Theater and Roundabout Theatre Company
A not to be missed version of the golden era's most perfect musical. . ..
With its latest rescue mission the Mint Theater Company has returned to that corner of theatrical attic reserved for forgotten and under appreciated women playwrights.
The Irish Rep launches its Sean O'Casey season with his Dublin trilogy's first play