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Michael John LaChiusa’s beautifully sung tribute to sisterly admiration, starring Priscilla Lopez, was inspired by the early life of the show’s director, Graciela Daniele.
Two creative people in two different fields in one wide-ranging conversation. This time: the actress and the comedian.
The playwright York Walker makes a promising New York debut at Roundabout Underground.
In Max Wolf Friedlich’s nimble play, a crisis therapist tries to connect with a tech worker who is broken by her profession.
In “Once Upon a One More Time,” Jennifer Simard finds value in seeing “how small you can make something and achieve a big result.”
Old relationships bend, then break, in Danny Tejera’s finely detailed character study of languishing jet-set twentysomethings.
Borrowing its powers from Greek and Yoruba mythologies, Inua Ellams’s play tells the story of a demigod who becomes an N.B.A. superstar.
The actor is starring in a modern-dress production of the play through Aug. 6 at the Delacorte Theater in Central Park.
Justin Huertas’s indie-rock musical, in which he also stars, follows a young misfit whose first date spirals into a comic book adventure.
Two men’s kindred obsession with a basketball player is the scaffold for Rajiv Joseph’s examination of male friendship at the Manhattan Theater Club.
Mira Nair’s long-gestating musical, based on her 2001 hit indie film, arrives at St. Ann’s Warehouse.
A new memoir traces the three-time Tony Award winner’s life and career working with Balanchine, Robbins and Fosse.
A new show at the Wild Project in Manhattan imagines how a small 1950s community weathers the arrival of the mass media age.
Red Bull Theater’s attempt to update this 1592 true-crime story falls flat.
John Herman’s rarely seen 1969 musical is revived in an Encores! production at New York City Center.
A new production of the Disney musical at the Paper Mill Playhouse falls short of inspiring awe.
The new work from Shayok Misha Chowdhury creates a strong enough center for the rest of its disparate parts to hold, and leaves the audience craving more.
Depicting the final hours of a young fashion designer’s life, Caitlin Saylor Stephens’s play lacks the sturdiness to make its connection to real events believable.
Presented by Richard Maxwell’s New York City Players as part of this year’s Under the Radar Festival, the two-act play tries to measure humanity’s progress.
The Emmy-winning “Big Bang Theory” actor “could’ve done anything he wanted.” Now starring in the tear-jerker film “Spoiler Alert,” he’s forging his own path.
The York Theater Company’s production is enthusiastically performed by a cast of seven. But the nostalgic revue pushes the limits of its case for the songwriter’s music.
An overcomplicated one-act play addresses anti-Asian racism and mental illness at a Christmastime family reunion.
City Center’s gala production delves further into America’s history of violence and delivers the best-sung musical in many a New York season.
Andrew Rincón’s play about reigniting passions in the heavens and the bedroom is a jumble of genres at 59E59 Theaters.
The actress, a Tony nominee for “The Skin of Our Teeth,” is bringing her sharp eye for comedy to Atlantic Theater Company’s production of “I’m Revolting.”
The “Schmigadoon!” actress explains the things that keep her in a Broadway state of mind: her Vespa, Lizzo’s music and French Fries.
Sophie McIntosh’s new play gathers five women in a college production for an exercise in youthful ambition and the corrupting clashing of egos.
On the eve of a concert with three of the flop musical’s talented stars, time to celebrate a production that thrilled loyal fans — and at least one critic.
The Ruth Stage’s production understands the violence and identity crisis at the core of Brick’s character, but other elements fail to cohere.
Two Robert Icke productions have endured illnesses and last-minute casting changes. Now they have finally settled into a repertory groove.
The British actor shares what helped him transform into the doomed Danish prince: French poetry, “Pandemonium,” and postcard art (with breaks for lemon cake).