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John Leguizamo’s new Off-Broadway solo show adds three performances following positive reviews.
The Connecticut theatre has announced its 2017–18 season.
The MTC production stars Laura Linney and Cynthia Nixon, who alternate in the roles of Regina and Birdie.
The awards, which celebrate women in theatre, will be held this spring in New York.
The Signature Theatre production extends a second time prior to its first preview.
The actor replaces the previously announced Maura Tierney for the world premiere of Hamish Linklater’s new play.
The Dear Evan Hansen star is set to host the ninth annual ceremony in New York City this June.
The dollar-for-dollar matching challenge aims to raise the needed $5 million to complete the project.
Latin History for Morons makes its New York debut at the Public Theater Off-Broadway.
The Roundabout production will begin performances in June.
From Off-Broadway’s The Great Comet to Eliza in Hamilton and now the title role in spring’s Amélie The Musical, the Tony-nominated actor shares her favorite part of starting…
The popular Off-Broadway parody finds success in the Windy City.
The Tony-winning director will helm a film about Williams’ life.
Tony winner Frank Wood, Mad Men’s Darren Pettie, and Ella Dershowitz are also tapped for the New York premiere.
Mark Ruffalo, Jessica Hecht, Danny DeVito, and Tony Shalhoub star in the Arthur Miller drama at the American Airlines Theatre.
John Leguizamo’s solo show makes its Off-Broadway debut.
The Broadway company took the play to Reading, PA—the city that inspired Lynn Nottage’s timely drama.
The award-winning play by Pulitzer Prize winner Lynn Nottage opens at Studio 54 March 4.
High School teachers Brendan Jennings and Larry Robinson will be recognized for their encouragement and inspiration.
The Primetime Emmy nominee is tapped to star in Five Times in One Night by American playwright Chiara Atik.
The rarely produced play will be revived Off-Broadway this spring.
RTC outlines its new artistic plans for 2017.
Nell Benjamin and Laurence O'Keefe’s Life of the Party kicks off at NYU with a Broadway-sized cast of drama students.
The Goodman announces its 2017–18 season, which also includes The Wolves, Father Comes Home from the Wars, and the world premiere of Blind Date.
Larry Kirwan’s play, to debut this spring, details key moment in modern Irish history.
MCC has announced the complete cast for the American premiere of The End of Longing.
The new musical is adapted for the stage from Rick Riordan’s popular young adult novel.
J.T. Rogers’ political drama begins performances at Lincoln Center Theater’s Vivian Beaumont Theater.
The 22nd annual event is focused on “crossing borders,” according to festival director Nigel Redden.