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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: ‘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: ‘The Cher Show’ at the Neil Simon Theatre

A biographical jukebox musical about a Pop icon who’s lived her life in the public eye since the age of sixteen, The Cher Show,...

15 Questions in 15 Minutes with ‘Be More Chill’ Composer and...

Long Island native Joe Iconis knows better than anyone about the power of the internet to achieve fame that extends well beyond Andy Warhol’s...

Review: ‘The Illusionists – Magic of the Holidays’ at the Marquis...

Get ready for your jaw to drop, your eyes to open wide, and your mouth to be agape! Back on Broadway for the fourth...

An Interview with Tony Award-Winning Playwright Itamar Moses

An acclaimed writer for both the big stage and the small screen, Itamar Moses is the reigning 2018 Tony-Award winner for the Best Book...

Preview: Hamlet Isn’t Dead Gives New Life to ‘Julius Caesar’

Founded in 2013, by Executive Director James Rightmyer, Jr. and Artistic Director David Andrew Laws, Hamlet Isn’t Dead specializes in keeping Shakespeare alive for 21st-century...

An Interview with Prize-Winning Playwright Jacqueline Goldfinger: Providing Support for Her...

Born and raised in Tallahassee, Florida, Jacqueline Goldfinger is an award-winning playwright, dramaturg, poet, and educator based in Philadelphia, whose plays have been developed...

Review: ‘The Waverly Gallery’ at the Golden Theatre

Now making its stellar Broadway debut at the Golden Theatre, The Waverly Gallery, Kenneth Lonergan’s award-nominated memory play of 1999, told from the perspective of a grandson...

Review: ‘The Imbible: Christmas Carol Cocktails’ at The Producers Club Theaters

Now back for its fourth year, The Imbible’s Christmas Carol Cocktails, inspired by Charles Dickens' beloved novel of 1843, is becoming a favorite New...

Review: ‘King Kong’ at the Broadway Theatre

Inspired by the 1933 film classic, the new musical retelling of King Kong, by the illustrious international team of Jack Thorne (book), Marius de...

Review: ‘The Other Josh Cohen’ at the Westside Theatre

Making an absolutely sidesplitting return to New York for a four-month limited engagement at Off-Broadway’s Westside Theatre, after its original development in the New...

Five Fabulous Things to Do in NYC before Curtain Time!

If you’re planning a November outing to the theater in New York, there’s plenty to do in the city this month before the curtain...

Review: ‘Natural Shocks’ at WP Theater

WP Theater’s world-premiere production of Natural Shocks by Lauren Gunderson, America’s most-produced playwright of 2017-18, has been advertised as “darkly hilarious,” but there’s nothing...

Review: ‘Waiting for Godot’ at the Gerald W. Lynch Theater

Following its highly-acclaimed premiere in the 2016 Galway International Arts Festival, Ireland’s Druid theater company closes its worldwide tour of the award-winning production of...

15 Questions in 15 Minutes with ‘Bootleg Famous’ Dan Domenech

In 1968, Pop artist Andy Warhol made his much-celebrated observation, “In the future, everyone will be world-famous for 15 minutes.” The future is now,...

Review: ‘Inner Voices’ at TBG Mainstage Theatre

Honoring its mission of developing and presenting new works of musical theater, the New York-based organization Premieres, led by Artistic Director Paulette Haupt, is...

Review: ‘Good Grief’ at Vineyard Theatre

Now in its New York premiere at Vineyard Theatre, Good Grief considers the personal perspective of one first-generation Nigerian-American girl coming to terms with...

Review: ‘Big Apple Circus’ at Lincoln Center’s Damrosch Park

Now in its 41st season, the Big Apple Circus, originally founded in 1977, has had its ups and downs over the past few years,...

Review: ‘Prinze’ at The Sheen Center

Best known for his hit NBC series Chico and the Man and his unprecedented guest appearance on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson (he...

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