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The critically acclaimed production continues into the new year.
Lauren Yee's musical play, featuring songs by Dengue Fever, will play at the Signature in 2020.
The new play will begin performances in March in L.A.
The Jim Steinman musical, featuring songs from the Meatloaf album, will tour the U.K. again.
Based on Mira Nair's 2001 hit film, the new musical will play in the U.K. following its Berkeley Rep world premiere.
The world-premiere adaptation of Ödön von Horváth’s 1937 play takes over the Wade Thompson Drill Hall.
Dates are also set for the world premiere of Sanctuary City by Martyna Majok.
MTC Artistic Director Lynne Meadow will helm the Richard Greenberg play Off-Broadway.
The Public Theater revival is helmed by Oskar Eustis.
Composed by Elizabeth Swados and directed by Andrei Serban, the groundbreaking 1974 production returns in December.
The Manhattan Theatre Club production, starring Laura Linney, will open in January 2020.
The Martin McDonagh play will open in March 2020.
The Lauren Gunderson play will be released as an audio drama while the world premiere continues Off-Broadway.
The Prospect Theater Company production continues through December 14 at 59E59 Theaters Off-Broadway.
The benefit evening will also honor Board Chair Susan Raanan.
Ten playwrights were awarded commissions from the Off-Broadway theatre behind a number of Pulitzer Prize-winning works.
The Tony-winning director of Indecent found her latest project in the new Off-Broadway musical from the creator of Once.
Patricia Kalember, who portrayed Gloria Steinem Off-Broadway, will return to the role.
Lileana Blain-Cruz directs the María Irene Fornés play at the Polonsky Shakespeare Center in Brooklyn.
The company behind The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show brings the show to Union Square's DR2 Theatre.
The playwright, actor, and director brought two August Wilson dramas to Broadway and directed several of the playwright's plays throughout his career.
Jennings brings the Gospel to life at the Sheen Center for Thought & Culture.
The festival, the largest of its kind, celebrates the culmination of another year.
Antoinette Nwandu’s critically acclaimed drama will play London's Kiln Theatre in February 2020.
The awards, totaling $415,000, allow nine productions extra time for development and rehearsal.
The world premiere, directed by John Ortiz, will play an additional week at Atlantic Theater.
Performances of the new musical kick off November 26 at 5th Avenue Theatre, ahead of the show's spring Broadway bow.
The Michael Mayer-helmed production was previously scheduled through January 2020 at the Westside Theatre.
Talene Monahon’s docu-drama, woven from verbatim conversations with historical reenactors, will premiere at 59E59 this winter.
The developmental presentation will be directed by Schele Williams, who was part of the original cast.