Scott Gryder triumphs in “Buyer & Cellar,” Jonathan Tolin one-person play about a struggling actor who works in Barbra Streisand’s basement.
‘Benny & Joon,’ another movie-to-musical adaptation, hits the Paper Mill Playhouse stage. This time the creators as well as the audience are in the dark.
A reimagined ‘Oklahoma!’ fearlessly arrives on Broadway, challenging traditionalists with an enthralling new production directed by Daniel Fish.
“Tina – The Tina Turner Musical” heads to Broadway this fall. Here’s a sneak peek of what you can expect from powerhouse Adrienne Warren.
Meticulous and heartbreaking, Emily Schwend’s play “Utility” offers an empathic glimpse into America’s working poor.
Immersive theater is now reaching for younger audiences with the opening of “Pip’s Island” at the Pod Times Square hotel.
Stephen Unwin’s new play is set against a forgotten chapter of the Holocaust, the murder of disabled children and young people, remembering those who died and those who fought against this injustice.
Tony Award-winner Ben Platt is slated to host the 2019 Jimmy Awards, the national high school theater competition, at the Minskoff Theatre this June.
The neo-baroque dance theater troupe returns with their most seductive and intoxicating show to date — a grown-up trip down the rabbit hole.
Glenda Jackson stars in an over-polished “King Lear” but still manages to reign supreme.
“Company” won four Olivier Awards this week — where else is Stephen Sondheim’s work popping up?
Check out all of the nominees and winners of this year’s Olivier Awards — including our very own Patti LuPone for “Company”!
(l to r) Alton Alburo, Chun Cho, Karsten Otto and Stefani Kuo in ‘June is the First Fall.’ (Photo: Maria Baranova) By Ryan Leeds In…
A new retrospective of Oscar Hammerstein’s impact on musical theater uses “IceMagic” holographic technology but the revue lacks human chemistry.
Heidi Schreck recalls her teenage self in order to trace the relationship between four generations of women in her own family and the founding document that dictated their rights and citizenship.
In Mara Nelson-Greenberg’s absurdist comedy, an empathy coach at a debt collection agency — and clearly, she has her work cut out for her.
LPTW awardees and presenters. (Photo: Shoshana Medney) By Cleo Aukland In a world that often seems to pit women against one another or make them…
Pride Film & Plays presents the Chicago premiere of S. Asher Gelman’s “Afterglow,” which explores the aftermath of a same-sex polyamorous relationship.
Company XIV founder Austin McCormick discusses his neo-baroque burlesque endeavor: “Queen of Hearts,” inspired by “Alice in Wonderland.”
MCC Theater’s new Off-Broadway space welcomes the premiere of “Alice by Heart” from the songwriting duo that brought us “Spring Awakening.”
Alexander Gemignani will assume the role of Alfred P. Doolittle in Lincoln Center Theater’s award-winning production of “Lerner & Loewe’s My Fair Lady” beginning April 30.
The ‘Ain’t Too Proud’ digital album dropped on March 22, with the forthcoming CD on April 19, and a double LP vinyl version on available on June 7.
A new Chicago theater company hits it out of the park with this captivating one-woman show about American activist Rachel Corrie.
Producer Scott Rudin has announced that Tony Award-winner Sutton Foster will join Hugh Jackman in the highly anticipated revival of “The Music Man.”
The Goodman Theatre presents the Pulitzer Prize-winning “Sweat,” which tackles the collision of race, class, and friendship at a pivotal moment in America.