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Another stylishly staged and energetically performed musical based on a cult high school movie
Cherise Boothe is a terrific Undine in a smartly staged legacy production of Lynn Nottage's play Read More
The dysfunctional family drama is getting wuite a workout in Heather Raffo's new play
The American dysfunctional family drama gets quite a workout in Heather Raffo's new play. It even includes a riff on Ibsem
The Neil Simon Theater feels like Caesar's Palace but it does have 3 dazzlingly dressed Chers . . .
An ensemble of actor-musicians chronicles the story of America's first women soldiers in a lovely new musical by Prospect Theater Company
Tyne Daly and her bother Tim Daly do their best to make the thriller Theresa Rebeck wrote for them really thrilling
a fun musical entertainment with a message of tolerance
this award winning, amusing little musical in a new production at the Westside Theater. .
Raul Esparza stars as the enamored with fame gangster in Bertold Brecht's allegory
Me#/Firs in the Berkshires -
all about an area where Able and Ambitious Female Theater Makers Have Thrived Long Before the Me#Too Movement and the Wave of Women R…
a dramatic look at race in America
The iconic four-footed super hero is musicalized, and the beast once again upstages the beauty
Larissa FastHorse sets the record straight about the long perpetrated myths about that beloved holiday, and manages to do so hilariously.
Steven Levenson goes back to the Vietnam protest days for his new play's world premiere at 2nd Stage
New York premiere of an Nigerian-American girl's coming of age in Bucks Count, Pennsylvania
Another Kenneth Lonergan play that's aged well enough for a wonderful reprise on Broadway
a pas-de-deuux in Academia that turns into a mutually destructive political shouting match
Jez Butterworth's multi-generational family and political drama has so many assets that it's eminently watchable throught more than three hours
Jaclyn Backhau;s s vibrant new play about an American Punjabi family
A dynamically staged look at America's best known feminist's life
Glenn Close stars as the legendary Saint's Mother
Stockard Channing stars in this revival of Alexi Kaye Campbell's dinner party from hell play
This fact based play's subtitle is a misnomer.
the Epic Theatre Ensemble's thought provoking, high tech production in its world premiere at the Acorn on Theatre Row
Theresa Rebeck's "faction" brings Janet McTeer back to Broadway as the legendary Sarah Bernhardt. . .
while efforts to make a Bob Dylan musical have failed, Conor McPherson's version is a Bingo!.
British playwright Richard Bean has developed a story about the world of professional snooker into a darkly comic crime caper
Craig Lucas tackles a new format and multiple other issues in modern day Book of Job drama
Edie Falco returns to the stage in Sharr White's new play about a real life behind-the-scenes political mover and shaker
Jen Silverman's quintet of unhappy gender bashing Betty Boops doesn't always achieve its satiric aim