In Azure D. Osborne-Lee’s play, “Mirrors,” a woman finds herself the guardian of her deceased ex-lover’s daughter.
Austin McCormick’s baroque burlesque dance troupe Company XIV returns with ‘Seven Sins,’ perhaps its finest and most seductive work to date.
Rex Pickett’s ‘Sideways’ arrives Off-Broadway and is best enjoyed with pre-show bites and flowing wine. Once the show starts, it’s a half-empty bottle.
Richard Greenberg’s new play, “The Perplexed,” follows two feuding families on the eve of a wedding. Directed by Lynne Meadow.
J. Julian Christopher’s ‘Bundle of Sticks’ portrays a stylistic look at a gay conversion therapy center in remote Australia.
As previews begin for the highly anticipated revival of ‘Company,’ The Broadway Blog catches up with one of its stars, the legendary Patti LuPone.
Chicago’s TUTA Theatre presents a reimagining of Ibsen’s ‘Hedda Gabler,’ incorporating original music by Wain Parham, adapted and directed by Jacqueline Stone.
Katori Hall’s latest play, ‘The Hot Wing King,’ delivers a delicious snapshot of a group of gay black men set on the eve of a Memphis hot wing competition.
Superstar singer, songwriter and producer Celine Dion brought down the house in Atlantic City as part of her new international ‘Courage’ tour.
Tony Award-winner Kathleen Chalfant leads a rotating cast in ‘Women on Fire: Stories from the Frontlines,’ adapted by Chris Henry from true narratives.
Beth Malone jumps, leaps, flips and belts her way through the title role of a newly reimagined “The Unsinkable Molly Brown.”
In “Dana H.”, a series of taped interviews provide the narrative for Lucas Hnath’s harrowing theater piece about his mother’s five-and-a-half-month abduction.
In C.A. Johnson’s new play, “All the Natalie Portmans,” a 16-year-old girl turns to her imagination to cope with a fractured home life and her burgeoning sexual identity.
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.