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The Brooklyn theatre will also welcome the return of the critically acclaimed The Jungle.
Playwrights Charly Evon Simpson, Erika Dickerson-Despenza, and Stacey Rose are each featured on the list twice.
The critically acclaimed new musical will continue for an additional three weeks at Playwrights Horizons.
Dogg’s Hamlet, Cahoot’s Macbeth, and Havel: The Passion of Thought will run in repertory at Atlantic Stage 2.
The NYC-based theatre company will also present a world premiere by Kayla Martine, plus Suzan-Lori Parks' The Book of Grace.
Angeles joins Whitney White, Miranda Haymon and Kathleen Capdesuner as the fourth director in the program.
Playwright and screenwriter Noah Haidle will make his Broadway debut in the production from Roundabout.
Kyle Vincent Terry, Tiffany Villarin, Cristina Pitter, and more are tapped to perform in the new plays at the Playwrights Conference in Connecticut.
The new musical from Lynn Nottage, Duncan Sheik, and Susan Birkenhead will play an additional week at Atlantic Theater.
The new Lucas Hnath play starring Laurie Metcalf and John Lithgow will end its engagement at the John Golden Theatre.
The new pop musical is based on the true story of America’s first congresswoman, Jeannette Rankin.
The 2018 Tony winner will play a woman in the grips of memory loss in the feature-length adaptation of Emma Healey's novel.
The Oscar-nominated actor will play God in the new pop rock musical at Theatre St. Clements.
The new musical offers a look at the innermost thoughts of a queer, Black musical theatre writer.
Aaron Posner's critically acclaimed, Chekhov-inspired play opens June 16.
Taylor Mac's new play concludes performances at the Booth June 16.
The festival unveils casting for its closing-night reading: Terrence McNally's Some Men.
In a final casting announcement, the creator reveals he won't just be off-camera for the upcoming movie.
Co-founding artistic director Susan Bernfield looks back on the last 27 years—as well as forward, at the explosion of new artists on the horizon.
The upcoming season will feature artists from both the U.S. and around the world.
The Broadway play by avant garde artist and Tony nominee Mac takes Greek tragedy and Shakespeare to a new level.
In her new play, which will be seen at the Signature Theatre, Robbins gets truthful about life, love, and sex.
Watch highlights from the Pam MacKinnon-helmed production, chronicling the rise of legendary player Toni Stone.
Get a glimpse of the Hadestown Tony nominee's moving performance in the upcoming film.
The awards will be held June 17 in Los Angeles.
The musical adaptation will be performed at Vassar & New York Stage and Film's upcoming Powerhouse season in Poughkeepsie.
Following a sold-out Off-Broadway run, Brown returns with his unique brand of mind reading, persuasion, and psychological illusion.
The now Pulitzer Prize–winning play makes its return to Off-Broadway through July 28, ready for a different ending every night.
The autobiographical musical memoir debuts Off-Broadway following its Chicago world premiere.
Based in NYC and founded by Andrus Nichols, The COOP will produce plays both old and new.