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The 2020–2021 season from the Houston venue also includes a world premiere by Liz Duffy Adams.
Detailing the Upper Big Branch mine explosion, and featuring music by Steve Earle, the new play with music premieres Off-Broadway.
Director Anapela Polata’ivao leads an all-female cast of Pacific Island actors during the six-week run at SoHo Playhouse.
Daniel Zaitchik's Manhattan-set musical will play an additional week at Roundabout Underground.
Sally Mayes, Stephanie Gibson, and Felicia Finley also star in the new musical, adapted from the film of the same name.
Lee's bilingual nightmare play excavates the Japanese-American consciousness and its relationship with sex, suicide, and identity.
Young Jean Lee's play-concert, directed by Raja Feather Kelly, opens at Second Stage Theater.
The Steppenwolf production arrives at the Cort Theatre February 25 following its world premiere in Chicago.
Deirdre O’Connell reprises her performance in the new documentary play from the Tony-nominated writer.
Claire van Kampen, Rylance's spouse and the playwright of Farinelli and the King, will direct the six-part drama, created with Peter Reder.
The 2020 lineup also includes the company's first-ever world-premiere commission, a new play by Darcy Parker Bruce.
The James M. Barrie play is presented as part of Gingold Theatrical Group's 15th season of Project Shaw.
The Tony-nominated play is currently playing Los Angeles.
See who's joining Greta Gerwig and Oscar Isaac in the Sam Gold-helmed adaptation at NYTW, penned by Pulitzer Prize finalist Barron.
The Glee star joins the 10th anniversary production as the first woman to play Dennis Dupree.
The new play, presented by MCC, stars Kara Young as a teenager who escapes into the imagined worlds of her muse, Natalie Portman.
The intimate rock epic, seen around the country and now premiering in New York, is directed by Chay Yew.
The solo show, adapted from Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Paul Muldoon's work, opens February 23.
The Atlantic for Kids production, an adaptation of Chelsea Clinton and Alexandra Boiger's illustrated book, kicks off February 22.
In the new play, gay men across the globe attend conversion therapy in the underground Australian city of Coober Pedy.
The Ethan Lipton play with music, helmed by Leigh Silverman, is back for a limited run at the Connelly Theater.
The new Donmar Lates is curated by Sunday in the Park With George co-stars Daniel Evans and Jenna Russell.
The new show, directed by Tony winner Rebecca Taichman, will begin previews in March.
The new musical by Neyla Pekarek, former member of The Lumineers, and Karen Hartman, celebrates the true story of a Colorado woman who fought 140 rattlesnakes.
The two-part epic from Matthew Lopez will play its final performance in March.
Belle Aykroyd, Kate Forbes, and more will be part of the Off-Broadway revival in the spring.
The new play by Alix Sobler will premiere at the Paradise Factory in the fall.
The new play, now in previews, will play an additional two weeks.
Tyler Alvarez and Jacqueline Guillén star as siblings in the new play from the writer of Alligator and television’s The Americans.
Second Stage will hold a book signing for The Best at It, the story of a gay Indian American boy coming into his own.