While expertly executed, playwright Alice Birch’s unconventional structure dissipates the play’s impact, casting a haze around material that deserves to be more visceral.
Will Arbery’s absurdist play “Plano” can’t find its footing in First Floor Theater’s Chicago premiere. Directed by Audrey Francis.
Beth Malone stars in Transport Group’s reimagining of “The Unsinkable Molly Brown,” directed and choreographed by Tony winner Kathleen Marshall.
Ivo van Hove’s reimagining of “West Side Story” arrives on Broadway but does his perspective shine a new light on the iconic musical?
Mandy Gonzalez, Carrie Manolakos and Alex Newell brought down the house at The New York Pops’ latest Carnegie Hall concert.
Paper Mill Playhouse presents, “Unmasked: The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber,” but the retrospective proves too much of the populist composer isn’t a good thing.
Chicago’s Raven Theatre presents a new adaptation of Ibsen’s “A Doll’s House,” proving that the 19th-century play still packs plenty of punch for 21st-century audiences.
Japanese production of the global sensation “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” is scheduled to premiere in Tokyo in 2022.
The New Group presents “Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice,” a new musical based on the 1969 Academy Award-nominated film by Paul Mazursky.
Playwright-actor Charles Busch stars in ‘The Confession of Lily Dare,” a satire of confession films from 1930s pre-code cinema.
Jane Alexander and James Cromwell star in ‘Grand Horizons,’ a new Broadway play about the unraveling of a 50-year marriage.
Beth Malone and the company of Transport Group’s “The Unsinkable Molly Brown” have challenged the company of “Company” to a zero plastic production.
Tracy Letts’ thrilling play, “Bug,” receives its Steppenwolf premiere, featuring Carrie Coons and Namir Smallwood in a psychologically riveting production, directed by David Cromer.
David Alan Grier and Blair Underwood co-star in a captivating revival of Charles Fuller’s Pulitzer Prize-winning ‘A Soldier’s Play.’
Beth Malone stars in Transport Group’s reimagining of “The Unsinkable Molly Brown,” directed by Kathleen Marshal with a new book and lyrics by Dick Scanlan.
Rose Byrne and Bobby Cannavale co-star in Simon Stone’s startling and stark reimagining of Euripides’ “Medea,” now playing at BAM through March 8.
Lisa Loomer’s play, “Roe,” depicts the various players behind Roe v. Wade, but in the telling, too many sides of the story dilute the magnitude of the groundbreaking case for reproductive rights.
The Eugene O’Neill Theater Center has announced that, after 16 years with the organization, CEO/Producer Preston Whiteway will depart in August 2020.
On Site Opera presents ‘Das Barbecü,’ a reimagining of Wagner’s Ring Cycle, at Hill Country Barbecue Market in New York City.
The McKittrick Hotel welcomes the London thriller, “The Woman in Black,” while its Mandereley Bar hosts Murray Hill’s lip-sync battle “Mic Drop.”
Isaac Mizrahi returns to Café Carlyle for a three-week gig and a new set of jazz-flecked songs and celebrity and super model anecdotes.
A musical retelling of Shakespeare’s ‘Romeo and Juliet’ with Italian mobsters circa 1960 is a tragedy for all the wrong reasons.
(l to r) Drew Schad and Leslie Ann Sheppard in ‘SHEEPDOG.’ (Photo: Lowell Thomas) By Becky Sarwate Shattered Globe Theatre’s 2019-2020 production season continues with…
(l to r) Kylie Anderson and Flavia Pallozzi in ‘Stop Kiss.’ (Photo: Patrick McLean) By Becky Sarwate First produced Off-Broadway in 1998 at New York…
Laura Linney stars in a solo play about a woman’s reconciliation with her mother during an extended hospital stay. Directed by Richard Eyre.