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This summer's Shakespeare in the Park season kicks off with an Othello for the #MeToo era.
David Byrne's play about what it means to be human is located at the intersection of science and philosophy.
Caryl Churchill's early play is back at New York Theatre Workshop
Matthew Broderick plays an understated devil in the Irish Rep's new production of Conor McPherson's Christmas play.
The Winter's Tale - Theater for a New Audience embraces Shakespeare's messy tragicomedy with Arin Arbus directing.
oHo Rep. moves back into its former home with a clever pulp-inspired revenge fantasia by Aleshea Harris.
Fiasco Theater takes up residence at Classic Stage Company for a simple, satisfying production of one of Shakespeare's best plays.
Jocelyn Bioh's snappy comedy provides a fresh take on the comedy of high school drama.
stage adaptation of Anthony Burgess's novel joins 1984 in a hot season for dystopia on stage.
The Flea inaugurates their new theater with a unique take on the romantic comedy by Nick Robideau.
Lear deBessonet stages a delightfully diverting production of this beloved classic at the Delacorte.
The experimental and the traditional collide in José Rivera's adaptation of Jean Genet's play at INTAR.
A Brooklyn artist and single-mother falls for Antarctic explorer Ernest Shackleton across time in this quirky musical.
David Byrne's new musical wants to be a character study, but ends up feeling more like an encyclopedia entry instead.
Lucas Hedges leads a powerful cast in Anna Jordan's powerful family drama
One-acts by Neil LaBute, Adam Seidel, Gabe McKinley, and Cary Pepper form an entertaining but uneven collection
After getting killed in a roller coaster accident, members of a high school chorus compete for another chance at life in this quirky charmer of a musica
The Flea grapples with the intrinsic difficulties of Euripides's anti-war drama.
The first half of this year's Summer Shorts festival features one-act plays by Cusi Cram, Neil LaBute, and A. Rey Pamatmat
Philip Ridley's new play takes the idea of an 'extreme home makeover' to entirely new heights
- Emotion dominates in William Francis Hoffman's new play about familial love, loss, and redemption.
Shakespeare's classic love story receives a refreshing, nimble, and energetic production from the Public Theater's Mobile Unit.
- Shaw's first play is topical but lacks an emotional punch. R
Noah Haidle's magical realism–infused family drama prioritizes thinking over feeling.
The newest EST Sloan Project production dramatizes the Milgram obedience experiments to explore the relationship between power, responsibility, and human nature
Red Bull Theater's latest Jacobean revival explores love, madness, and sin.
The Flea takes on modern states of emergency with the help of audience participation
A solo show by the young Daily Show correspondent offers a humorous take on being an outsider
Thomas Bradshaw's latest play affects you despite itself
Richard Maxwell's play revisited at Theatre for a New Audience's Polonsky Shakespeare Center
The second half of this year's Summer Shorts festival features one-act plays by Robert O'Hara, Stella Fawn Ragsdale, and Lucy Thurber.