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A normal, if a little repressed, Californian couple experience out-of-this-world changes in this Steve Martin comedy.
In her Broadway debut, Den is acting in a play that she says 'had a orofound effect on me' from the time she first read it while in high school.
I wouldn't say I'm obsessed with dance,' Braithwaite said, 'but it's all I've done.' Since joining Matthew Bourne's company, her dance repertoire has expanded to include ballet.
A poignant drama about a mother, on her own with a very sick child is at once heart-wrenching and hopeful.
A life-altering book is turned into a hugely popular play and then is restaged. An actor leaps at the chance to do it all over again.
A teacher struggles against the chaos of a tough inner city public school and the system that threatens her son.
Aziza, who plays Hippolyta in a Shakespeare in the Park production, says her character is a fierce feminist in this comedy of errors.
The satire, which hammers HAMILTON with love-by-parody in a zippy 70-minute show, is moving to midtown.
Playing the role of Ned Ryerson, Sanders has found that the bumpkin insurance man has his own cheering section.
Azizi plays the tightly wound PLO finance minister meeting secretly with Israelis in this thrilling peek behind the scenes of the talks that led to the 1993 Oslo peace accord.
In this madcap British farce in which the actors are busy smashing chairs and falling over, physical training, concentration and careful meal planning are requisites in getting laughs.
The Broadway adaptation of the film about a recurring day in Punxsutawney is a blur of clever set changes and a virtual obstacle course for the cast.
The Broadway veteran stars in a play that questions perceptions of race and economic disparity and pushes people's buttons in this volatile time.
Arthur Miller's timeless drama focuses on an estranged family settling up an estate, but so much more lies just below the surface.
What happens to a gay man looking for Mr. Right when his three best girlfriends marry off
In this play about a family coping with Alzheimer's disease, Lecesne, an award-winning playwright and actor, wanted to tell a story 'about how people hold onto their stories until it is no l…
A mainstay of August Wilson's Pittsburgh 20th Century Cycle is back for another turn as Fielding, the desperate gypsy cab driver.
The understudy for Josh Groban in NATASHA, PIERRE AND THE GREAT COMET OF 1812, Stangland took over just two days after opening and is settling in.
The much-praised concert performance by the veteran of stage and screen will land at Feinstein's54 Below for a late-November run.
HEISENBERG, shorthand for the Heisenberg uncertainty principle of quantum mechanics, is not your typical love story. Georgie Burns, played energetically by Mary-Louise Parker, is a 42-year-o…
A one-man show written and performed by Brian Quijada delves into identity and the immigrant story, incorporating spoken word, rap, hip- hop, and live looping.
Strangers on a plane embrace in a cat-and-mouse game with no rules. An exploration in the nature of truth and intimacy ensues.
The Lincoln Center drama is a riveting depiction of a historical moment in diplomacy, leavened with whisky, waffles and a lot of furniture moving.
A play about a spiritual retreat in which DeBonis' character and five others are largely silent resonates with poignant statements about the human condition.
The poetperformeractivist, currently in HAMILTON, brings a powerful lineup to Webster Hall on July 31 for a benefit dedicated to the gay community in Orlando, scene of the horrific shooting …
Cagney's pugnacious attitude and formidable talent grabbed Creighton by the lapels, and now he's starring in a Yankee Doodle Dandy of a musical.
Carter settles in opposite Matthew Broderick for several rounds of patient-therapist tango amid a ghostly Dublin in this revival of Conor McPherson's drama.
The popular musical is a celebration of love, motherhood, friendship and the magic of pie-making, a subject that Settle knows a thing or two about.
A Drama Desk award-winner is recruited to conjure up a New York adventure fit for audiences at Radio City.
The play, by Florian Zeller, offers a gut punch of a journey to the center of a man's descent into dementia.
Harner credits the tight ensemble with getting the tone just right for the events that result in brutal executions of perceived witches.