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What it’s like to be ‘one in two’ at The Pershing...

Playwright Donja R. Love, prompted by the tenth anniversary of his own diagnosis, explores what it’s like to be Black, queer, and HIV+ in...

‘Peter Pan and Wendy’ at Shakespeare wows with wonder in a...

J. M. Barrie imagined a lot when he wrote his 1904 play about the boy who wouldn't grow up, but he could not have...

‘Holiday Singin’ Pops’ kicks off the holiday season at Strathmore

To kickstart the Christmas season, the National Philharmonic and the National Philharmonic Chorale performed Holiday Singin’ Pops at the Music Center at Strathmore with...

‘Murder on the Orient Express’ thrills at Everyman Theatre

All Aboard! Get your ticket for Everyman Theatre’s Murder on the Orient Express and enjoy a visually striking whodunnit that is twisty-turny fun for...

Bringing ‘the Word’ to life on the stage in ‘The Gospel...

For this Christmas season, The Sheen Center – the arts center of the Archdiocese of New York - presents a limited engagement of The...

Spice up your holidays with ‘Paige Turner: Jingle All the Way!’...

It’s a holly jolly raunchy campy Christmas in Paige Turner: Jingle All the Way!, back at The Green Room 42 for a second year...

Family-friendly Tennessee Williams puppet show pops up for the holidays

After two sell-out previews and a spectacular run at the Tennessee Williams Festival in Provincetown, The Lady from the Village of Falling Flowers pops up...

Explosive suburban dysfunction and adolescent angst in ‘Jagged Little Pill’ at...

High-voltage energy, powerhouse vocals, acerbic humor, and a dynamic design come together to express the urgency of youth and the raw emotions of dealing...

A spirited tribute to a Tony-winning composer and lyricist in ‘Anything...

Making its Off-Broadway debut with The York Theatre Company as part of its 50th anniversary season, the new musical revue Anything Can Happen in...

Coming to terms with aging in ‘Harry Townsend’s Last Stand’ at...

It’s father versus son in Harry Townsend’s Last Stand, George Eastman’s new play about coming to terms with aging and dealing with an elderly...

15 Questions in 15 Minutes with Jenna Rubaii, now starring as...

Presently appearing as Mary Magdalene in the 50th anniversary national touring production of Jesus Christ Superstar (a superlative that originated in Andy Warhol’s Factory),...

In uproarious ‘Airness’ at 1st Stage, the rock ‘n’ roll is...

In the competitive national and international air guitar scene, contestants vie for championships and prizes by pretending to play (or "shred") imaginary guitars to...

Avant Bard Theatre Announces ‘Scripts in Play: Season 30’

Launching its 30th-anniversary season, Avant Bard Theatre announces Scripts In Play: Season 30—featuring a special presentation of Happenstance Theater’s BrouHaHa December 6 to 8, 2019,...

Political history repeating itself in ‘A Bright Room Called Day’ at...

Tony Kushner’s newly revised first play, A Bright Room Called Day, written and debuted during the presidency of Ronald Reagan in the 1980s, is...

A well-conceived ‘Curious Incident’ at Round House Theatre

“Curious” is the operative word in the title of Simon Stephens’ The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, now playing at the...

Celebrating the powerful voices of women and the Latino community in...

In his highly anticipated debut at The Green Room 42, Mexican composer, musician, and director Jaime Lozano brought together a blockbuster all-Latino line-up and...

Science and scandal in ‘The Half-Life of Marie Curie’ at Minetta...

Although Lauren Gunderson has been twice recognized as our country’s most produced playwright, none of her celebrated works has made its world premiere in...

Suave crooning for a new generation in ‘Mark William: Feeling Good’...

Following a season of sold-out performances at The Green Room 42 after his debut at the popular midtown nightclub in November 2018, Mark William...

The Old Vic’s new immersive adaptation of ‘A Christmas Carol’ brings...

Charles Dickens’ beloved holiday classic of 1843 comes alive like never before in London’s acclaimed Old Vic production of A Christmas Carol, now on...

Preserving the legacy of gay history and community with ‘The Inheritance’...

Drawing its inspiration from E.M. Forster’s 1910 masterpiece Howards End, playwright Matthew Lopez re-envisions the story of social conventions and heritage in turn-of-the-century England...

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