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Become Immersed in Waves of Adventure and Imagination at ‘Pip’s Island’

For children’s theater to be successful, it must have an age-appropriate theme that appeals to kids, be engaging enough to hold their interest, and...

‘A People’s History’ at Capital Fringe Will Rock Your Worldview

I remember being so bored by my high school American history class that I got a D in it. This was not normal. My...

Review: Happenstance Theatre Goes Greek with ‘Pantheon’

They’re at it again. The Happenstance Gang: troublemakers, every stinking one of ‘em. And this time, they’re going Greek. Mythologically speaking, that is. Nix on...

Talking ‘Be More Chill’ and ‘Broadway Bounty Hunter’ with Jason SweetTooth...

Currently featured on Broadway in the original cast of Be More Chill, Jason SweetTooth Williams is an actor, singer, writer, and long-time member of...

Arena Stage To Host 11-Hour Marathon Reading of the Mueller Report,...

Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater, in association with activist and actress Jjana Valentiner, will hold a public, nonpartisan 11-hour marathon...

Cancellation of 2019 ‘Broadway Barks’ Announced

Because of the ongoing construction in Shubert Alley, it was announced that the annual summer pet adoption event, Broadway Barks, has been cancelled this...

Review: ‘The Mountains Look Different’ at Theatre Row

The Mint Theater Company’s American premiere of The Mountains Look Different by transplanted Irish playwright Micheál mac Liammóir (born Alfred Willmore in London, 1899)...

Dressed To Plunder, and Maybe Kill: Costuming Signature’s ‘Blackbeard’

When the actor playing Blackbeard first appears on stage at the Signature Theatre in the new musical bearing his name, smoke literally curls out...

‘Musica Viva Kentlands’ Puts Classical Music Outdoors in Gaithersburg, Maryland

Traveling through the south of France one glorious September, regardless of where my companion and I found ourselves, it seemed that at one point...

Bring Your Kids to the Theater in NYC This Summer!

If you’re spending summer in the city and are looking for some family-friendly shows to enjoy with the kids, rest assured that you’ll find...

Review: ‘Broadway by the Year: Broadway Musicals of 1987 & 2015’...

Scott Siegel closed this 19th season of Broadway by the Year at The Town Hall with a tribute to the shows and songs of...

‘Mamma Mia!’ at Way Off Broadway Dinner Theatre

The musical Mamma Mia! is playing in Frederick, Maryland for the first time at Way Off Broadway Dinner Theatre. If opening night is any...

Review: ‘GALAS’ at Theatre at St. John’s

In honor of this month’s celebration of Stonewall50/World Pride, Theatre at St. John’s, in association with Yorick Theater Company, presents the first-ever revival of...

Review: ‘[Veil Widow Conspiracy]’ at New York Theatre Workshop

Following their two nominations from the prestigious Drama Desk Awards for last season’s Henry VI: Shakespeare's Trilogy in Two Parts and a Special Award...

Jets and Sharks: Is the BSO Missing an Opportunity?

Although I review the arts, most of my career has been spent as a health sciences writer. The combination means that although statistics might...

Celebrate Gay Pride Month with Special Shows in NYC

If you’re in NYC in June, there is a full calendar of events to commemorate Gay Pride Month. This year is especially significant in...

Report: ‘Technodramatists Performance Laboratory’ at TheaterLab

A new theater-and-tech company combining live performance, experimental music, and interactive games and narratives enhanced with the latest in cutting-edge technology, Technodramatists, under the...

Review: ‘Public Servant’ at Theatre Row

Opening the 40th anniversary season of Theater Breaking Through Barriers is the world premiere of Public Servant by Bekah Brunstetter (a co-producer and writer...

Review: ‘A Misanthrope’ at WSC Avant Bard

The audience didn’t stop laughing all night. Between Matt Minnicino’s rhyming couplet- filled, witty, knowing, sometimes bawdy adaptation (or, as he would have it,...

A Pre-Tony Awards Recap of the 2018-19 Broadway Season

The numbers are in, and the 2018-19 season - which saw the opening of 38 productions comprising thirteen musicals (eleven original and two revivals),...

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