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Review: ‘Hadestown’ at the Walter Kerr Theatre

One of the most haunting love stories of all time is the ancient Greek myth of Orpheus and Eurydice, recounted in Virgil’s Georgics, Ovid’s...

Review: ‘Gary: A Sequel to Titus Andronicus’ at the Booth Theatre

What’s so funny about mounds of bloody, dismembered, and spurting bodies, flatulence and excrement, necrophilia, and penises – lots and lots of penises? That...

Review: ‘Hillary and Clinton’ at the Golden Theatre

Can you imagine a parallel universe in which the politics of the 2008 US presidential campaign are played out by people with the same...

15 Questions in 15 Minutes with Lucille Lortel Award Nominee John...

Actor/singer/dancer John Edwards is not just a triple threat, he’s also an awards-nominated one, and deservedly so. A current member of the Grammy-nominated Broadway...

Review: ‘All Our Children’ at The Sheen Center

Among the unimaginable atrocities perpetrated under Adolf Hitler’s command was Aktion T4 (or the “Euthanasia Decree”) - the systematic murder of an estimated 200,000...

An Interview with Keith Rubin: Celebrating Harry Potter in ‘Puffs’ at...

Now playing at New World Stages as “the famously handsome wizard boy Cedric” in the long-running Off-Broadway hit Puffs – a critically-acclaimed laugh-out-loud comedy...

Review: ‘Girlfriend from Hell: The Musical’ at The Green Room 42

When Maggie Miller just can’t take any more abuse from the popular clique of mean girls, dream guys, and high-school bullies, her cries for...

Review: ‘King Lear’ at the Cort Theatre

“'Tis the times’ plague when madmen lead the blind” (King Lear, Act IV, Scene 1) Based on the legendary Leir - ancient Celtic King of...

Review: ‘Sincerely, Oscar’ at Theatre Row

Oscar Hammerstein (1895-1960) - half of the legendary team of Rodgers and Hammerstein (with composer Richard Rodgers), recipient of eight Tony Awards and two...

Review: ‘Do You Feel Anger?’ at Vineyard Theatre

Absurdist dark comedy meets the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements in the Vineyard Theatre’s New York premiere of Mara Nelson-Greenberg’s Do You Feel Anger? Directed...

Chilling with Will Roland

From Dear Evan Hansen to Be More Chill, Will Roland has played a major role in two of the biggest hits on Broadway, both...

Review: ‘The White Devil’ at the Lucille Lortel Theatre

John Webster’s bloody Jacobean revenge tragedy of 1612, filled with infidelity, deceit, greed, and corruption, is brilliantly re-envisioned for our times in Red Bull...

Review: ‘Broadway by the Year: Broadway Musicals of 1943 & 1951’...

In the nineteenth season’s second installment of Broadway by the Year: Broadway Musicals of 1943 & 1951, director and host Scott Siegel took audiences...

15 Questions in 15 Minutes with Tiffany Mann from ‘Be More...

Fifteen minutes of fame don’t even come close to the phenomenal success and widespread renown of Be More Chill and its cast, from the...

Review: ‘Ain’t Too Proud’ at the Imperial Theatre

One of the all-time greatest vocal groups from the golden age of Motown in the 1960s, The Temptations topped the charts with such iconic...

Review: ‘Kiss Me, Kate’ at Studio 54

Winner of the first Tony Award for Best Musical when it made its debut in 1948, Kiss Me, Kate has a long history as...

Review: ‘Vilna’ at the Theatre at St. Clement’s

Based on actual events of World War II and sorely relevant today in light of the resurgence of hate-mongering and anti-Semitism in our current...

Review: ‘Be More Chill’ at the Lyceum Theatre

Just when you thought it couldn’t get any better, Be More Chill has. Following its sold-out extended run at The Pershing Square Signature Center,...

Review: ‘A Jewish Joke’ at Theatre Row

One of the darkest periods in modern American politics was the McCarthy Era of the mid-20th century. Fueled by the anti-Communist sentiment of the...

Review: ‘Surely Goodness and Mercy’ at Theatre Row

Making its New York premiere in the Clurman Theatre at Theatre Row, Keen Company’s resonant production of Surely Goodness and Mercy by playwright Chisa...

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