New York City Theater

A nostalgic journey in ‘An Enchanted April’ at Theatre Row

Elizabeth von Arnim’s 1922 novel The Enchanted April, set during the devastating aftermath of World War I and a severe epidemic of the influenza...

The New Group’s ‘Cyrano’ at the Daryl Roth Theatre has the...

Making its Off-Broadway debut at the Daryl Roth Theatre, following a developmental presentation by Goodspeed Musicals in August 2018, is The New Group’s production...

The music lives forever in ‘Ain’t Too Proud:  The Life and...

The most successful singing group in the history of R&B proudly lives on in the Tony-award winning jukebox musical Ain’t Too Proud: The Life...

Jeremy O. Harris’ ‘Slave Play’ is a raw and ribald examination...

An antebellum plantation is a hotbed of erotica in the raw, ribald and at times ridiculously funny examination of race in Jeremy O. Harris’s...

Jaime Lozano is heating up November with a brand new album...

Mexican composer, arranger, orchestrator, and director Jaime Lozano - a native of Monterrey and a graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of Arts, with a...

A ridiculously funny and revelatory vision of East meets West in...

On November 29, 2015, Tony Award-winning playwright David Henry Hwang (M Butterfly) survived a potentially fatal knife attack to his neck on the street...

Keen Company brings profound empathy and true vision to ‘Molly Sweeney’...

Acclaimed Irish playwright Brian Friel is a master wordsmith, captivating storyteller, and consummate observer of the human condition, and that is nowhere more evident than...

Harvey Fierstein pays homage to trailblazing Congresswoman Bella Abzug in ‘Bella...

Part biography, part history lesson, and part turn-out-the-vote rally, Manhattan Theatre Club’s world premiere of Bella Bella, written and performed by Tony Awards favorite...

Let your imagination run wild with ‘The Lightning Thief: The Percy...

Adapted from the best-selling young adult novel by Rick Riordan, The Lightning Thief: The Percy Jackson Musical, now in its Broadway debut at the...

Tony-nominated actor Rob McClure introduces ‘Harmony Helper’ – a new digital...

Promoted as “a singer’s best friend,” Harmony Helper is a brand new app designed to provide musical theater performers and vocalists of all genres...

Building dreams, not walls, in ‘Sueños: Our American Musical’ at The...

Writing duo Jesse Sanchez (book, music, and lyrics) and Jeff Chambers (additional music and orchestrations) brought down the house and lifted our spirits at...

A personal view of the lingering devastation of rape in ‘When...

In The Sheen Center’s world-premiere Off-Broadway production of When It Happens to You, best-selling author Tawni O’Dell shares her personal story of the ongoing...

Come one, come all, to the ‘Big Apple Circus’ at Lincoln...

Aerialists and acrobats, big tops and bicycles, cotton candy, cats, and clowns – the ABC’s of 21st-century circus-arts entertainment can be enjoyed by one...

Broadway Producer Martin Markinson: Reflections on ‘My Life in Theatre’

Now retired and dividing his time between his homes in Maui and Santa Fe with his wife of 56 years Arlena, Brooklyn-born Martin Markinson...

Review: ‘Scotland, PA’ at the Laura Pels Theatre

If you need proof of the universality of Shakespeare’s themes, Scotland, PA - a whacked-out new musical comedy adapted from the eponymous cult film...

Review: ‘The Sound Inside’ at Studio 54

Tony- and Emmy-Award winner Mary-Louise Parker has made her highly anticipated return to the Great White Way in Adam Rapp’s suspenseful two-hander The Sound...

Review: ‘Is This a Room’ at Vineyard Theatre

With a story ripped straight out of today's headlines, Is This A Room offers a staged re-enactment of the verbatim transcript of the now-unclassified...

Review: ‘Glenn Miller Orchestra’ at The Town Hall

Performing in New York for the first time since their concert at Lincoln Center 21 years ago in 1998, the Glenn Miller Orchestra (the...

Review: ‘The Rose Tattoo’ at the American Airlines Theatre

Although Tennessee Williams’ rare romantic comedy won the Tony Award for Best Play when it made its Broadway debut in 1951, followed by a...

Review: ‘Little Shop of Horrors’ at the Westside Theatre

Just in time for the spooky Halloween season, Little Shop of Horrors, the cult-classic sci-fi horror rom-com rock musical by Howard Ashman (book and...

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