Trusty Sidekick Theater Company in collaboration with Classic Stage Company present a joyous Shakespearean mash-up for theatergoers of all ages.
Max Crumm and Lucy DeVito star in a new play by Dan Rothenberg and Colleen Crabtree about two neurotic friends who come to terms with their inner truths.
Judith Light, Vanessa Williams, and others headline a star-studded performance of ‘Right Before I Go.’ as a fundraiser for suicide prevention.
Chicago’s Goodman Theatre launches a multimedia showcase reflecting the impact the production has made over 40 years: the “Humans of A Christmas Carol” photo project.
Two-time Tony Award nominee Vivian Reed takes the stage by storm in a tribute to the legendary Lena Horne.
Tony Award winner Beth Leavel chats with The Broadway Blog about her upcoming performance as Miss Hannigan in ‘Annie’ at Paper Mill Playhouse.
Blake Allen presents the world premiere of the autobiographical musical ‘the shards of an honor code junkie,’ December 4, 2017, at The Tillary Hotel in Brooklyn, New York.
‘Hamilton: An American Musical’ will play a three-week run, January 8 through 27, 2019, at Teatro UPR, the theater at the University of Puerto Rico’s main campus in the Río Piedras section of San Juan.
A grad student and single mother interviews a great veteran of the women’s movement who was tossed aside. She then visits the beautiful magazine editor who guides the wing of the movement that displaced her in this new play by Jonathan Leaf.
The Fred Ebb Foundation in association with the Roundabout Theatre Company will present the 13th annual Fred Ebb Award for aspiring musical theatre songwriters to Shaina Taub.
The Big Apple Circus returns for its 40th anniversary.
A lifelong yo-yo dieter, a bulimic, a confident overweight gal, and a permanent size zero who can’t gain weight walk into a play — what happens next could only be dished up by comedian Lisa Lampanelli in her first foray into theater.
Sometimes bone-chilling and at other times laugh-inducing, here are six shows to spook, scintillate and seduce for a frightfully theatrical Halloween.
Following a sold-out season at the National Theatre and in London’s West End, Denise Gough reprises her Olivier award-winning role in the American Premiere of ‘People, Places & Things’ at St. Ann’s Warehouse.
A new musical based on the 1999 hit film, which was a sexy, modern-day telling of the classic 1782 French novel ‘Les Liaisons Dangereuses.’
Six-time Tony Award winner Audra McDonald has been named the 2018 recipient of MIT’s prestigious Eugene McDermott Award, which comes with a $100,000 prize and residency.
The legendary Big Top returns to New York City from October 28 through January 17 at Lincoln Center’s Damrosch Park.
‘Hello Again’ Hits Theaters November 8
Set in a small map store on the oldest street in an American city, Steven Dietz’s ‘Lonely Planet’ portrays two friends at the height of the HIV/AIDS epidemic.
Playwright Max Posner chronicles the strained ties between a son and his aging mother, and the hell of a guilty conscience.
The second annual Samuel French Awards honored Ken Ludwig, Dominique Morisseau, and the songwriting team of Chris Miller & Nathan Tysen.
The Great War is over, wealth is in the air, and the Conways’ dreams bubble over like champagne. Jump 19 years into the future, though, and the family’s lives have transformed unimaginably.
Tony Award nominee Alison Fraser stars in a chilling one-woman show that recounts the bloody and bizarre experiences that have driven her character to seek a doctor’s advice.
Currently appearing in the dystopian and highly homoerotic ‘A Clockwork Orange,’ Jimmy Brooks is all smiles when he’s not ganging up with his cohorts in this stylized Off-Broadway play.
This fall, PBS brings viewers broadcast premieres of Broadway’s best every Friday night, including ‘She Loves Me,’ ‘Falsettos,’ ‘Noël Coward’s Present Laughter’ and more.