New York City Theater

Mint Theater Company pairs two Russian giants in ‘Chekhov/Tolstoy: Love Stories’...

For the first time on stage, Mint Theater Company brings together two short stories by two of Russia’s foremost authors in Chekhov/Tolstoy: Love Stories,...

Surviving abuse in ‘Chasing the River’ at Chain Theatre

Chain Theatre’s world-premiere production of Chasing the River by Jean Dobie Giebel offers an intense, gripping, and momentous examination of the devastating trauma and...

The New Group revisits the Swinging Sixties in ‘Bob & Carol...

The creative team of Jonathan Marc Sherman (book), Duncan Sheik (music and lyrics), and Amanda Green (lyrics) takes a look back at the sexual...

An up-close and personal evening of songs and stories in ‘Seth...

“We’re all friends here, right?” And she didn’t just ask; that’s exactly how the radiant Patina Miller, award-winning star of stage and screen, made...

That adorable bear hits the New York stage with ‘Paddington Gets...

The latest leg on Paddington Bear’s journey from his native Peru to his adoptive home in London to TV and movie screens everywhere is...

A dazzling design in a new adaptation of ‘Paradise Lost’ at...

Now playing a limited engagement at Theatre Row, Fellowship for Performing Arts’ production of Paradise Lost - Tom Dulack’s stage adaptation of John Milton’s epic...

Going for laughs in the doldrums of marriage in ‘Grand Horizons’...

After 50 years of marriage and their move to a retirement community, Nancy and Bill want a divorce and their adult sons Ben and...

Celebrating the Lunar New Year with ‘The Emperor’s Nightingale’ at Theatre...

To coincide with the celebration of the Lunar New Year this weekend, Pan Asian Repertory Theatre, now in its 43rd season, has presented a...

Fighting a war on two fronts in ‘A Soldier’s Play’ at...

Roundabout Theatre Company’s profoundly affecting Broadway premiere of Charles Fuller’s 1981 Pulitzer Prize-winning drama A Soldier’s Play, now playing a limited engagement at American...

15 Questions in 15 Minutes with ‘Emojiland’ MIBSL Max Crumm

Pasadena native Max Crumm was catapulted to fame when he won the 2007 reality TV show Grease: You’re The One That I Want, which...

Shakespeare meets the Mafia in ‘Romeo & Bernadette’ at A.R.T./NY Theatres

When their date at a lamentable community theater performance of Romeo and Juliet leaves a Brooklyn Girl in tears and a Brooklyn Guy bored...

Lampooning the biggest hits of the Great White Way in ‘Forbidden...

Conceived, written, and directed by Gerard Alessandrini, Forbidden Broadway: The Next Generation, the latest installment in his outrageous parodies of the shows and stars...

Haunting memories of a troubled past in ‘My Name Is Lucy...

Is it ever truly possible to escape the pain and turmoil of the past or will the disturbing memories always be there to haunt...

Learning to improvise with confidence and commitment in ‘Show Up, Kids!’...

Imagine you’ve got tickets to the theater and the star attraction gets stage fright and sends a note that she’s not coming. But the...

TOSOS celebrates blues legend Alberta Hunter in ‘Leaving the Blues’ at...

From her meager beginnings in Memphis through her rise to international fame and triumphant comeback after 20 years of service as a nurse, the...

A farcical look at ‘sex and station’ in 19th-century England with...

When Dion Boucicault’s premiere farce London Assurance made its debut at Covent Garden in 1841, the 20-year-old Irish actor and playwright became an instant...

Get your bells jingling with ‘The Boy Band Project Holiday Edition’...

It may be cold outside, but The Green Room 42 keeps on sizzling with The Boy Band Project Holiday Edition, a new seasonal version...

Enter the fantasy world of the land inside the poem with...

Cirque du Soleil’s first-ever Christmas show ‘Twas the Night Before . . . , making its debut at Madison Square Garden’s Hulu Theater, presents...

What it’s like to be ‘one in two’ at The Pershing...

Playwright Donja R. Love, prompted by the tenth anniversary of his own diagnosis, explores what it’s like to be Black, queer, and HIV+ in...

Bringing ‘the Word’ to life on the stage in ‘The Gospel...

For this Christmas season, The Sheen Center – the arts center of the Archdiocese of New York - presents a limited engagement of The...

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