New York City Theater

Review: ‘The Ferryman’ at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre

In ancient Greek mythology, Charon is the daemon who ferries the souls of the deceased to Hades across the river Styx, which divides the...

Review: ‘The Book of Merman’ at St. Luke’s Theatre

The witty title gives a good indication of what to expect in the Off-Broadway engagement of The Book of Merman, now performing at St....

Review: ‘Gloria: A Life’ at the Daryl Roth Theatre

Award-winning writer, speaker, social activist, and feminist Gloria Steinem is the subject of Emily Mann’s new play Gloria: A Life, making its debut at...

Review: ‘Your Invisible Corset’ at The Clemente

Playwright Patricia Lynn, Artistic Director of Hunger & Thirst Theatre, began her series of present-day gynocentric adaptations of classic Gothic horror stories with the...

Review: ‘Midnight at The Never Get’ at The York Theatre Company

Making its Off-Broadway premiere with The York Theatre Company, Midnight at The Never Get, with book, music, and lyrics by Mark Sonnenblick (winner of the...

Review: ‘The Jonathan Larson Project’ at Feinstein’s/54 Below

Before his untimely death in 1996 at the age of 35, composer and playwright Jonathan Larson created groundbreaking work that would become the touchstone...

Review: ‘The Evolution of Mann’ at the cell

Panic, desperation, and a ticking clock are not the best motivations for dating or matrimony, as evinced by Henry Mann, the titular character in...

A Few Questions for Joel Grey on Directing ‘Fiddler on the...

A Broadway legend and award-winning actor who received both a Tony (1967) and an Oscar (1972) for his role as the Emcee in Cabaret,...

Review: ‘The Nap’ at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre

In the cue game of snooker, the British version of pool, the nap refers to the rough-surface direction of the fabric covering the table,...

Review: ‘The Eleventh Hour’ at Town Stages

A mash-up of romantic comedy, sci-fi parody, and rock musical, The Eleventh Hour, with book, music, and lyrics by David Seamon, is back at...

Review: ‘Pop Punk High’ at (le) poisson rouge

After a critically-acclaimed showcase presentation last winter, Pop Punk High (with original book by Anderson Cook, music and lyrics by Ben Lapidus, and direction...

Review: ‘VANJARI’ at Don’t Tell Mama

What more suitably provocative venue for VANJARI than Don’t Tell Mama? Established on Restaurant Row in 1982, the popular piano bar, cabaret, and restaurant...

An Interview with Jennifer Ashley Tepper: Producer, Programming Director, Author, and...

Currently the Creative and Programming Director at Feinstein's/54 Below, Jennifer Ashley Tepper has been responsible for curating and overseeing over 3500 shows to date...

Review: ‘Fiddler on the Roof’ at the Museum of Jewish Heritage

One of the most beloved musicals in Broadway history, Fiddler on the Roof has made a smashing comeback in New York with the National...

Birdland Jazz Club Opens Its New Birdland Theater

Established in 1949, Birdland Jazz Club has been recognized as one of New York’s most iconic nightclubs, frequented by internationally-renowned celebrities like Frank Sinatra,...

Review: ‘Ann Hampton Callaway: The Linda Ronstadt Songbook’ at Feinstein’s/54 Below

A recurrent feature at Feinstein’s/54 Below, Ann Hampton Callaway is best known to cabaret audiences for her sophisticated pop/jazz stylings and to TV viewers...

A Really ‘Chill’ Interview with George Salazar

If you need an introduction to George Salazar, you haven’t been paying attention. Currently seen Off-Broadway at the Pershing Square Signature Center in the sold-out...

Review: ‘Private Peaceful’ at TBG Theatre

Director Simon Reade’s compelling stage adaptation of Michael Morpurgo’s 2003 award-winning novel for young adults, Private Peaceful, now playing a limited engagement at TBG...

Review: ‘The Imbible: Rum and Pirates’ at The Producers Club Theaters

A favorite summertime installment in The Imbible’s series on the origins and development of alcoholic beverages, The Imbible: Rum and Pirates is back by popular...

Review: ‘Be More Chill’ at The Pershing Square Signature Center

Making its New York debut in a limited engagement at The Pershing Square Signature Center, Be More Chill - sold-out before it opened and...

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