The Goodman Theatre presents the Pulitzer Prize-winning “Sweat,” which tackles the collision of race, class, and friendship at a pivotal moment in America.
The music of Motown comes alive in “Ain’t Too Proud: The Life and Times of The Temptations” directed by Tony winner Des McAnuff.
“RuPaul’s Drag Race” winners Bob the Drag Queen and Monét X Change teamed up for a one-night-only appearance at New York City’s Sony Hall.
The New York Pops concluded its season with a tribute to songs from the movies featuring Laura Osnes, Mykal Kilgore, Storm Large and Ryan Silverman.
Women are all over the boards this season, but are their portrayals breaking new ground or falling into age-old stereotypes?
An incident of bullying leads to a horrifying consequence in Michael McKeever’s new play that follows the journey of two families and subsequent fall-out.
The Year of Chicago Theatre is in high gear. Here are seven can’t-miss recommendations, from new plays to musical theater classics.
Growing up and growing old collide in Keen Company’s Off-Broadway production of Chisa Hutchinson’s “Surely Goodness and Mercy.”
Kelli O’Hara and Will Chase star in the latest revival of “Kiss Me, Kate!” but the musical’s romance and revelry only come alive from its leading lady.
Stage and screen star Jeremy Jordan (“Supergirl,” “Newsies”) joined Seth Rudetsky for an evening of stories and song at New York City’s legendary Town Hall.
Star of film and stage Hugh Jackman returns to Broadway next year in a revival of “The Music Man,” directed by Jerry Zaks.
The Broadway stars sing “We Kiss in a Shadow” as part of The Rodgers and Hammerstein Organization’s R&H Goes Pop! series.
The latest incarnation of the Howard Ashman and Alan Menkin musical proves that this plant with an appetite is still devilishly delicious.
Joe Iconis and Joe Tracz’s virally popular Gen Z musical finally arrives on Broadway. Does this latest teen musical make a lasting impression?
Tori Sampson’s contemporary riff on a Nigerian fable brims with music and dance as frenemies jockey for their rank in a culture built on ideals forever out of reach.
Matt Williams’ new play follows four millennials as they debate controversial topics until one of them drops a bomb that will challenge their belief systems.
Playwright and composer Suzy Conn pays tribute to chick flicks as four best friends gather to drink, divulge and dive into some of their favorite rom-coms.
Fantasy and reality collide around a Bel Air swimming pool in playwright Jeremy O. Harris’s surreal exploration of intimacy and identity.
Two new Off-Broadway plays position lesbian and female characters front and center, nudging queer storytelling’s white cisgender male dominance out of the spotlight.
Urban Stages presents Will Snider’s new play about the decades-long friendship between an American engineer and a Kenyan taxi driver.
The Curran presents the highly-anticipated west coast premiere of “The Jungle,” co-directed by Stephen Daldry and Justin Martin.
Transgender actor Becca Blackwell discuss gender and sexual identity, and how worlds collide in their starring role in New York Theatre Workshop’s “Hurricane Diane.”
Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s 84th season kicks off with Shakespearan classics, Broadway musicals and new works.
Justin Sayre’s camp-horror-soap-opera ‘Ravenswood Manor’ returns to Joe’s Pub for the latest installments in this spooky and sassy series.
The underground UK hit about a rent boy trying to survive in the big city arrives in Brooklyn in an immersive basement theatre with an audience of 10.