Raven Theatre opens its season with a production of Lynn Nottage’s 1995 play and a stellar performance by Brianna Buckley.
Mark Sonnenblick’s new musical takes place inside an illegal Greenwich Village gay bar where two lovers hurtle towards the end of the decade and find themselves caught in a passion they can’t control and a political revolution they don’t understand.
Some of New York City’s most infamous drag queens descended upon Marquee nightclub to raise funds for homeless LGBTQ youth.
Steppenwolf for Young Adults takes on the Tony Award-winning play ‘The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time.’
Playwright and co-director Dick Scanlan chats about ‘Renascense,’ a new musical that explores the life of Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Edna St. Vincent Millay.
Star of Broadway, film and television, Nathan Lee Graham brings his love for Sondheim to The Green Room 42 for one night only.
Cast member Ricardo A. Zayas offers us an insider’s glimpse of what it’s like working on the show as well as some of his favorite spots around New York City.
Hypokrit Theatre Company presents a dystopian version of Shakespeare’s classic love tragedy.
‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ Season 4 Winner Sharon Needles returns to the Laurie Beechman Theatre with another spookctacular show.
Paper Mill Playhouse presents ‘The Color Purple’ in a transformative production that finally hits all the marks of the musical’s potential.
Performed simultaneously in English and ASL by two casts, Craig Lucas’s new play explores what happens when bad things happen to good people.
Making mayhem of their scrap metal set with a live percussive soundscape, this quirky crew of daredevils sure knows how to manufacture endless comedic madness.
The venerable Chicago theater company presents an emotionally turbulent production of Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Bruce Norris.
Leenya Rideout in ‘Wild Abandon’ at Irish Repertory Theatre. (Photo: Carol Rosegg) By Samuel L. Leiter Irish punk rock is playing when, a moment or…
Unraveling on the streets of Dumbo, Brooklyn, 12 audience members find themselves on a journey of love, loss and life.
Manhattan Theatre Club presents Richard Bean’s play about a young snooker star who arrives for a championship tournament only to be confronted by the authorities warning him of the repercussions of match-fixing.
TimeLine Theatre Company and Firebrand Theatre partner to present Jeanine Tesori and Tony Kushner’s powerful musical.
Gunnar Montana’s ‘KINK HAÜS’ takes up residence at La Mama’s Downstairs Theatre for an evening that explores themes of fantasy, fetish, and carnal desire.
The evening, honoring two-time Tony Award winner Donna Murphy, will be hosted by Randy Rainbow and feature an all-star concert performance of Richard Maltby, Jr. and David Shire’s award-winning musical revue “Closer Than Ever.”
Seth Rudetsky’s legendary ‘Broadway @’ concert series finally arrives in New York City with three scheduled events at The Town Hall.
Edie Falco stars as Dorothea “Polly” Noonan, the blunt, profane, decades-long defender of Albany’s Democratic Party machine in Sharr White’s fiery return to The New Group.
Bess Wohl’s touching play follows four young siblings as their childhoods are upended and tracks how moments from our youth resonate with us forever.
Margo Seibert’s debut solo album, ’77th Steet,’ is available 10/26. The Broadway performer appears at Joe’s Pub on 10/22 to celebrate its release.
NYC’s best drag performers come out for a one-night-only benefit for the Ali Forney Center.
Ann Harada stars as the Witch in a one-night-only concert version of ‘Into the Woods’ presented by National Asian Artists Project (NAAP) and Prospect Theater Company.