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The Tony nominee will star as King Henry VI in a new adaptation that combines text from both Shakespeare plays.
The Gingold Theatrical Group production will play a limited engagement at Theatre Row beginning August 28.
Producers are offering 100 theatregoers a glimpse of the musical before it starts on Broadway.
Gregg Mozgala stars as an adolescent Richard with cerebral palsy in the high school-set new adaptation.
The U.K. adaptation is part of the Off-Broadway theatre's latest lineup.
Watch the music video for ‘Eyes of Another’ before the musical adaptation returns to Central Park.
Joshua Harmon returns to Roundabout with his new play about youth, beauty, and family.
The lineup includes a new piece about the history of the NEA, the return of Slanty Eyed Mama, and a celebration of Stonewall.
The annual festival of short works will return for its 12th season July 20–September 1.
Gregg Mozgala stars as an adolescent Richard with cerebral palsy in Mike Lew's re-imagining of Richard III.
See what critics think of the world premiere from Manhattan Theatre Club, now in performances at New York City Center.
The acclaimed Good Chance Theatre co-production with the National Theatre and Young Vic will make its U.S. debut in December 2018.
The social satire played just seven performances on Broadway in 1933.
The Front Page actor will take on the role of Zoltan Karparthy, replacing Manu Narayan.
Manhattan Theatre Club celebrates the official opening of the new play by Donja R. Love June 19.
A look inside rehearsals for the upcoming Encores! Off-Center production of the Jason Robert Brown musical.
The timeline details the show's Off-Broadway beginnings at the Vineyard to winning Tony Awards and international tours.
The new play is inspired by the 1911 fire that burned down Coney Island's Dreamland amusement park.
See what critics think of the new drama, now playing at LCT3 with direction by Danya Taymor.
See what critics think of the first show of the Shakespeare in the Park season, with Olivier Award winner Chukwudi Iwuji as Othello.
The new drama pieces together the portrait of an ordinary woman from 11 moments, some seemingly inconsequential, in her life.
The Manhattan Theatre Club production continues its run at New York City Center.
Chukwudi Iwuji, Heather Lind, and Corey Stoll lead the cast of the free Shakespeare in the Park production.
Permission to Speak With Paul Mecurio will begin performances July 16 at the Jerry Orbach Theater.
The new work is an examination of race in America, as well as an investigation into the ways in which we watch and judge each other every day.
Tony winner Garry Hynes directs the acclaimed production from Ireland.
The Tony nominee chats about returning to the Off-Broadway theatre for the revival of Alan Jay Lerner and Burton Lane's 1965 musical.
The two performed “I Can't Go Back” from the new musical during Grammy winner Adams’ U.K. concert tour.
A mashup of Waiting for Godot and the Exodus saga, the new play is currently receiving its NY premiere at Lincoln Center Theater.
See what critics think of Jackie Sibblies Drury's newest play, a family drama that investigates race in America.