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Review: ‘Secret Identity’ at The Flea Theater

The oldest professional LGBTQ+ theater company in New York, TOSOS (The Other Side of Silence) addresses the enduring issues and psychological impact of bullying...

The Al Hirschfeld Foundation Pays Tribute to Carol Channing

With this morning’s passing of Broadway legend Carol Channing (1921-2019), just two weeks shy of her 98th birthday, The Al Hirschfeld Foundation pays homage...

Review: ‘Maestro’ at The Duke on 42nd Street

Presented by the Ensemble for the Romantic Century in a limited engagement at The Duke on 42nd Street, Maestro, written by Eve Wolf (the...

Review: ‘Dan Domenech: Bootleg Famous’ at Feinstein’s/54 Below

Following his New Year’s Eve blow-out in Palm Springs with the touring Rock of Ages Band, Dan Domenech (who was a lead in the...

Local Favorite Margo Seibert Comes Home for Signature Theatre Concert

Fans of Margo Seibert - the Broadway star of Rocky and In Transit - may face some unusual competition for tickets to her upcoming...

Review: ‘Thank You, Dad’ at Rapid Lemon Productions

In 2018, the 40th anniversary year of what’s become known as The Jonestown Massacre, Rapid Lemon Productions commissioned its first full-length play. Emerging local...

Review: ‘Choir Boy’ at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre

Making a soul-stirring Broadway debut with the Manhattan Theatre Club after its Off-Broadway premiere with MTC in 2013, Tarell Alvin McCraney’s revised Choir Boy...

Theater J Names Jojo Ruf New Managing Director

Theater J, the nation’s pre-eminent professional Jewish theater, announced yesterday that Jojo Ruf will become its new Managing Director on January 28, 2019. Ruf...

American Opera Is Becoming Its Own Genre and It’s Happening Here...

Opera in America has had the stink of death upon it for some time now. Lavish productions of period piece love stories and power...

Review: ‘Rap Guide to Evolution’ at SoHo Playhouse

In 2009, Baba Brinkman debuted what would be the first in his award-winning series of Rap Guides, an imaginative mash-up of challenging scientific and...

Review: ‘Measure for Measure’ at Green Globe Theatre

There is some uncanny and rather dismaying contemporary resonance in Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure, now playing at Baltimore’s Green Globe Theatre. The virginal Isabella...

Review: ‘The Elves and the Shoemaker’ at Keegan Theatre

Capitalism. Exploitation. Greed. It’s the holiday season, folks, and your kids shouldn’t lose out on the fun. At Keegan Theatre’s The Elves and the...

‘Talley’s Folly’ Dances Through the Holiday Season at Theater J

Talley’s Folly - now in its final week at GALA Hispanic Theatre on 14th Street - is a waltz. Meaning, it’s not a salsa....

Neil Goldberg: A Most Wonderful Conversation with the Man Behind Cirque...

This holiday season, New York City isn’t the only town with a seasonal spectacular. Cirque Dreams is bringing you the 11th season of Holidaze –...

Vocalist Vuyo Sotashe with Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, Wynton Marsalis

South African jazz singer Vuyo Sotashe returns to Strathmore this week on December 14 and 15 to perform holiday standards with the Jazz at...

Review: ‘Christmas in Hell’ at the York Theatre Company

Oops! When eight-year-old Davin is rushed to the ICU on Christmas Eve for eating a piece of tainted re-gifted fruitcake, he is erroneously taken...

Review: The Gay Men’s Chorus Holiday Show

The Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington, DC presented their annual Holiday Show on a cold winter’s night and the warmth exuded by this very...

Review: ‘Ruben & Clay’s Christmas Show’ at the Imperial Theatre

Well known to tens of millions of television viewers as the top two contenders on American Idol’s blockbuster second season in 2003, BFFs Ruben...

Review: ‘A Wonder in my Soul’ at Baltimore Center Stage

“We fight like cats, but we love like dogs.” Marcus Gardley, the author of A Wonder in my Soul has just the right way of...

Review: ‘A Christmas Carol: A Ghost Story of Christmas’ at Olney...

The entryway to the Muritz-Gudelsky Theatre Lab at the Olney Theatre Center is lined with holiday lights and garnish. The cozy lobby is adorned...

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