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Review: ‘The Play That Goes Wrong’ at New World Stages

Absolutely everything is right about the transfer of Mischief Theatre's award-winning Broadway production of The Play That Goes Wrong to its new Off-Broadway home at New...

Review: ‘The Price of Thomas Scott’ at Theatre Row

Introducing its two-year initiative for audiences to “Meet Miss Baker” – with the American premiere of three works by English playwright Elizabeth Baker (1876-1962), readings...

Review: ‘Boy Band Brunch’ at The Green Room 42

A recurrent act at The Green Room 42, The Boy Band Project is back by popular demand with its Boy Band Brunch for four...

Review: ‘My Very Own British Invasion’ at Paper Mill Playhouse

Based on an idea by Peter Noone, front man of the 1960s English pop-rock band Herman’s Hermits, the world premiere of My Very Own...

Braden Chapman Brings ReTHEATRE’s Acclaimed ‘Hedwig and the Angry Inch’ to...

Having achieved widespread popularity on RuPaul’s Drag Race as his larger-than-life alter-ego Mimi Imfurst, Braden Chapman is a critically-acclaimed actor, singer, director, writer, and...

‘GRINDR: The Opera’ by New York’s Erik Ransom Wins London’s Offie...

It was just announced at London’s ninth annual Off-West End Awards (or Offies - the English equivalent of New York’s Obies), presented this evening...

15 Questions in 15 Minutes with Broadway’s Derrick Cobey

Soon to open back on Broadway at Studio 54 - where Andy Warhol, who coined the phrase “famous for 15 minutes,” spent more than a...

Review: ‘Ah, Wilderness!’ at The Sheen Center

Presented by Blackfriars Repertory Theatre and The Storm Theatre at The Sheen Center, Ah, Wilderness!, Eugene O’Neill’s coming-of-age three-act comedy, offers an opportunity for diehard...

15 Questions in 15 Minutes with Broadway’s Kyle Taylor Parker

Wisconsin-born and New York-based award-winning actor Kyle Taylor Parker is well known to lovers of musical theater and to all loyal KTPEEPS for his...

Review: ‘Livin’ La Vida Grande’ at The Green Room 42

Following his appearance in two sold-out runs of Titanique, Frankie Grande has returned to The Green Room 42 with an updated revival of his solo...

Review: ‘Colin Quinn: Red State Blue State’ at the Minetta Lane...

Brooklyn-born comedian Colin Quinn, familiar to TV viewers everywhere for his regular appearances on Saturday Night Live, Comedy Central, and MTV’s Remote Control, continues...

‘It’s a Man’s World’ – Or Is It? An Interview with...

BFFs since their school days at Boston’s Berklee College of Music, Lindsay Lavin and Ilana Gabrielle make their return to the stage together at...

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...

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...

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: ‘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...