New York City Theater

It’s payback politics and high finance per usual in Off-Broadway’s ‘A...

In the new musical comedy/vanity project A Turtle on a Fence Post by Prisoner #11RO731 (aka political consultant and broker Hank Morris), the writer...

The Anthropologists skewer sexist state laws in ‘No Pants in Tucson’...

In a series of historically based vignettes, The Anthropologists - creating original ensemble-devised investigative theater centered on women's experiences and marginalized voices – take...

ZviDance premieres ‘The Art of Fugue’ this weekend at New York...

Founded by Israeli-born New York-based Artistic Director Zvi Gotheiner in 1989, ZviDance – a collaborative alliance among artists dedicated to creating a vision of...

An uplifting lifesaving musical adaptation of ‘Trevor’ at Off-Broadway’s Stage 42

Getting through adolescence can be a challenge, especially when your classmates and teachers think you’re “weird” and your parents and priest don’t really understand...

Marking the 30th anniversary and 16,000th show of ‘Blue Man Group’...

This month marks two major milestones in one of Off-Broadway’s longest running and most successful productions since its debut at Astor Place Theatre in...

Latest COVID-19 protocol and attendance updates from The Broadway League

It was announced by the The Broadway League - the national trade association for the Broadway industry, founded in 1930, and presently with more...

New online Hirschfeld exhibit for the ‘New Season’ of theater

The latest digital exhibition from The Al Hirschfeld Foundation, curated by Creative Director David Leopold to coincide with the reopening of live theater, is...

A meditative mix of object theater, cinema, and music in ‘SHEEP...

Without speaking a word, Japanese-born NYC-based creator and performer Sachiyo Takahashi - a three-time grant recipient from The Jim Henson Foundation in 2017, 2018,...

The new musical adventure of ‘Winnie the Pooh’ at Off-Broadway’s Theatre...

Much to the delight of young (and young-at-heart) audiences, Stage 3 at Off-Broadway’s Theatre Row has been transformed into the Hundred Acre Wood and...

The Broadway debut of Ruben Santiago-Hudson’s ‘Lackawanna Blues’ offers a heartfelt...

Now in its Broadway debut with MTC at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre, Lackawanna Blues, masterfully written, performed, and directed by Tony Award winner...

A lot of talk and little action in ‘Morning Sun’ at...

Commissioned by MTC as part of the Bank of America New Play Program, the world premiere of Morning Sun by Tony Award-winning English playwright Simon...

Megan Hilty sparkles in the ‘Diamond Series’ at NYC’s Feinstein’s/54 Below

Feinstein’s/54 Below continues its premiere selection of cabaret concerts in the elite Diamond Series this week with Tony-nominated stage and screen star Megan Hilty,...

Relive a critical time in NYC history with ‘Tammany Hall’ at...

A combative NYC mayoral election in 1929, with allegations of voter fraud, money laundering, and pay-offs, scandalous affairs and mob connections, provides the inspiration...

Celebrate the release of the new book ‘When The Lights Are...

NYC-based artist Andrew Norlen’s new book, When The Lights Are Bright Again, published by Applause Theatre & Cinema Books and spotlighting the 2020-21 theater...

Roundabout’s Broadway revival of ‘Caroline, or Change’ is a must-see musical...

It’s Louisiana 1963. The Civil Rights movement is igniting long-overdue progress and protests to end racial discrimination in America, MLK is preaching non-violence, and...

Visit ArtExpo, Bryant Park, and the Library for the Performing Arts...

With the reawakening of NYC after the long pandemic shutdown, theatergoers can enjoy a variety of events between shows this weekend, from art exhibitions...

New gender-neutral categories announced for Off-Broadway’s Lucille Lortel Awards

The Lucille Lortel Awards, honoring outstanding achievements Off-Broadway (productions in Manhattan venues with 100-499 seats), has announced that its awards for acting will no...

Halloween treats from NYC

Get into the spirit of Halloween with a themed selection of three top picks that include an online event, a live in-person show, and...

GTG’s stellar Off-Broadway production of ‘Mrs. Warren’s Profession’ remains sorely relevant...

In 2021, data shows that women across the US are still making only 82 cents on the dollar for what men make. What that...

An exuberant fun-filled concert celebration of ‘The World to Come’ podcast...

Now that the first season of the post-apocalyptic podcast The World to Come is complete and available for binge listening on all popular streaming...