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Broadway talents including Vanessa Williams, Bebe Neuwirth, Judy Kuhn, Carolee Carmello, Reed Birney and Marc Kudisch appear in this Encores! 25th anniversary musical celebration.
Eve Ensler, creator of 'The Vagina Monologues,' describes her experiences being treated for uterine cancer in this new solo piece based on her memoir.
Francesca Annis, Ron Cook and Deborah Findlay star in the American premiere of Lucy Kirkwood's acclaimed drama about the tense reunion of three people who worked together in a nuclear power …
The husband-and-wife songwriting/performg team The Bengsons deliver a theatrical concert relating the story of their whirlwind courtship.
Chloe Sevigny plays a junkie mother in the world premiere of Seth Zvi Rosenfeld's 1970s-set drama inspired by an actual Greenwich Village riot.
Richard Nelson's play depicts the beginnings of the Public Theater and its free Shakespeare productions in Central Park under the leadership of Joe Papp.
This new musical about a family of con artists features Grateful Dead songs written by Jerry Garcia and Robert Hunter.
The veteran director-producer, winner of a record 21 Tony Awards, spoke with The Hollywood Reporter about his seven decades in the theater.
In her latest one-person show, 'Notes from the Field,' Anna Deavere Smith portrays dozens of real-figures involved in the so-called "school-to-prison pipeline." read more
Roundabout Underground presents the world premiere of 'Kingdom Come,' Jenny Rachel Weiner's dark comedy about internet catfishing. read more
Romantic sparks fly between two Vietnamese refugees in 'Vietgone,' Qui Nguyen's outlandish comedy inspired by his parents' experiences. read more
David Hyde Pierce plays a lonely man who seeks answers with astrology in Adam Bock's new drama, 'A Life,' directed by Anne Kaufman. read more
Several young Catholic missionaries prepare for their upcoming Middle East assignment in 'The Harvest,' the new drama by MacArthur Fellowship recipient Samuel D. Hunter.read more
Mikhail Baryshnikov plays celebrated dancer Vaslav Nijinksy in 'Letters to a Man,' an abstract dance-theater piece directed by Robert Wilson.read more
The Keen Company stages an off-Broadway revival of 'Tick, Tick... Boom!,' the autobiographical chamber musical by 'Rent' composer Jonathan Larson. read more
Amy Ryan and Richard Armitage stars in 'Love, Love, Love,' by the Tony Award-nominated playwright of 'King Charles III,' chronicling the lives of a couple and their two children over several…
Tony Award winner Sarah Jones' new one-person play, 'Sell/Buy/Date,' features characters working in and around the sex industry. read more
In his his mordantly amusing one-man show presented by Judd Apatow, 'Chris Gethard: Career Suicide,' the actor-comedian discusses his lifelong battle with mental illness and alcoholism. read…
Comedians Nick Kroll and John Mulaney bring their septuagenarian characters Gil Faizon and George St. Geegland to the Great White Way. read more
Comedian Lisa Lampanelli stars in her debut playwriting effort about women's food and body-image issues, 'Stuffed,' receiving its world premiere off-Broadway. read more
Bryce Pinkham and Corbin Bleu star in the new Broadway musical 'Holiday Inn,' based on the classic Bing Crosby-Fred Astaire film, featuring songs by Irving Berlin. read more
Hallie Foote stars in this revival of 'The Road to Home,' three interrelated one-acts written by her two time Oscar-winning father, Horton Foote, also featuring Harriet Harris. read more
Cirque du Soleil's big top extravaganza delivers dazzling circus acts in a 19th century, steampunk-infused setting. read more
Judith Light stars in 'All the Ways to Say I Love You,' Neil LaBute's one-person play about a high school teacher who describes a traumatic experience involving one of her students. read more
The new off-Broadway drama, 'Nat Turner in Jerusalem,' concerns the leader of the 1831 slave rebellion played by Nate Parker in his acclaimed upcoming film, 'The Birth of a Nation.' read more
The second installment in Richard Nelson's real-time trilogy, 'What Did You Expect?' continues tracking the lives of a family living in upstate New York during a tumultous election year. rea…
The appropriately named Birdland Theatre presents the NYC premiere of Conor McPherson's 2009 adaptation of the Daphne du Maurier short story that also inspired the classic Alfred Hitchcock f…
Kecia Lewis and Rebecca Naomi Jones star in this play with music about the legendary Sister Rosetta Sharpe and her protege, Marie Knight.read more
The acerbic comedian rants about the presidential election and other topics in his one-man show being performed weekly on Broadway. read more
Tim Kang stars as a Korean-American chef caring for his dying father in Julia Cho's food-centered drama 'Aubergine,' receiving its New York premiere at Playwrights Horizons. read more
The creator of longrunning satirical series 'Forbidden Broadway' skewers Lin-Manuel Miranda's blockbuster Broadway musical in his latest revue. read more