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The NYC-based Society will see members generate new material through rigorous research, improvisation, and discussion.
Jessie Mueller, Letts, Armie Hammer, and more will star in the upcoming production at the Cort Theatre.
The 2020 spring season lineup also includes Alan Bennett’s Habeas Corpus, directed by Patrick Marber.
The musical adaptation of the comedian's best-selling memoir will have its world premiere in the spring.
The Playwrights Horizons outgoing artistic director will be among the evening's special honorees, along with Anna Deavere Smith.
Juson Williams will star as the jazz legend in the Christopher Renshaw-helmed project.
Lauren Yee’s intimate rock epic, which begins previews in February, is directed by Chay Yew.
The adaptation of Bram Stoker's original is one of two in CSC’s Gothic repertory presentation, paired with Frankenstein.
Based on the 1969 movie, the story follows two couples whose outlook on life are changed by the sexual revolution.
The Daniel Zaitchik musical, a bittersweet Manhattan-set love story, begins January 16.
The Manhattan Theatre Club production opens January 15.
The Obie-winning playwright will debut his newest work at Theater at the 14th Street Y.
The Yours Theirs Ours programming, which also features the previously announced Lungs with Claire Foy and Matt Smith, will kick off in March.
They will read selections from The Source of Self-Regard: Selected Essays, Speeches, and Meditations.
Based on Khaled Hosseini’s best-selling novel, the stage adaptation from Matthew Spangler and Giles Croft heads on tour in February.
Tom Dulack adapts John Milton’s 17th-century story for the stage in this New York premiere from Fellowship for Performing Arts.
The Manhattan Theatre Club production, starring Laura Linney, opens at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre January 15.
The world premiere, directed by Knud Adams, is now in previews at Atlantic's Stage 2.
Kathleen Chalfant will once again lead the performances, joined by a rotating cast for a limited run.
Awarded to “a major American playwright,” the inaugural recipient of the commission will be announced in the spring.
As well as celebrating the resident writer, the upcoming evening will also honor Board President Nina B. Matis.
Ellen DeGeneres, Portia de Rossi, and Lily Tomlin are among the producing team for the Broadway-bound revival.
Winter Miller’s play, about a cabal of (in)famous women who demand reproductive freedom, will be performed over three nights in celebration of the anniversary of Roe v. Wade.
The 2020 Out of Line series will feature multidisciplinary performances inspired by the popular elevated pathway in Manhattan.
The company responsible for breakout What to Send Up When It Goes Down changes how we make theatre and who gets to make it.
Simon Stone’s contemporary take on the Euripides tragedy begins January 12 in the Harvey Theater.
The improvised hip-hop show from Lin-Manuel Miranda, Thomas Kail, and Anthony Veneziale wraps up its limited run at the Booth Theatre.
Mary-Louise Parker and Will Hochman star in the play's limited Broadway engagement, directed by David Cromer at Studio 54.
Busch’s newest play, a comic melodrama and celebration of 1930s pre-code cinema, is presented by Primary Stages.
The Simon Godwin–helmed staging sees Shakespeare's titular Timon re-gendered as female.
Linney’s performance will soon be available on platforms such as Audible, Google Play, and more.