New York City Theater

Part 2: The Women of ‘Broadway Bounty Hunter’ Dropkick the Patriarchy!

Among the diverse and inclusive team working on the Off-Broadway production of Broadway Bounty Hunter, by longtime collaborators Joe Iconis, Jason SweetTooth Williams, and...

Review: ‘Leaving Eden’ in the New York Musical Festival

In the early literature of the Judeo-Christian tradition, Lilith - mentioned in the Dead Sea Scrolls (ca. 4-10 BC) and developed in the Babylonian...

Review: ‘I Spy A Spy’ at The Theatre at St. Clement’s

Part espionage story, part rom-com, and part socio-political commentary, I Spy A Spy by Jamie Jackson (book and lyrics) and SoHee Youn (book and...

A Conversation with Aubie Merrylees, Making his Broadway Debut in ‘To...

From the first time I saw the young Aubie Merrylees in One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest in 2010, at People’s Light & Theatre...

Review: ‘The Presented’ at 59E59

A recurrent favorite at 59E59’s annual “East to Edinburgh” line-up, California native Chris Davis returns to New York with his latest original solo show...

Review: ‘LadyShip’ in the New York Musical Festival

Making its debut in this year’s New York Musical Festival (NYMF), LadyShip - with book, lyrics, music composition, and orchestrations by twin sisters Linda...

15 Questions in 15 Minutes with Rob McClure from ‘Beetlejuice’

Currently featured as the nerdy dead guy Adam Maitland in the award-winning Broadway premiere of the new musical adaptation of Beetlejuice, Rob McClure keeps...

Bringing ‘Savage the Musical’ to the Concert Stage of the New...

Wanda Savage was a trailblazing Chickasaw woman, American sharp-shooter, silent-film actress, and divorced single mother, whose life provides a telling illustration of the racism,...

A Hot New Season of ‘Broadway in Bryant Park’ Begins This...

A summer favorite, Broadway in Bryant Park returns to the lawn this week for the 20th anniversary of its annual series of free lunchtime...

The Women of ‘Broadway Bounty Hunter’ Dropkick the Patriarchy!

Now in rehearsals and about to begin previews at Off-Broadway’s Greenwich House Theater on July 9, the highly anticipated Broadway Bounty Hunter – by Be...

Michael Feinstein Celebrates The Great American Songbook

In addition to being a multi-platinum-selling recording artist and a Grammy and Emmy Award-nominated entertainer with an active international concert schedule of more than...

Review: ‘Rock of Ages’ at New World Stages

The outrageously funny and wildly audacious jukebox musical Rock of Ages is back in New York to celebrate the tenth anniversary of its Broadway...

Review: ‘I, Candy: Peppermint Live in Concert with Cazwell’ at the...

What better way to kick off Stonewall50/WorldPride weekend than with the return of the sensational Peppermint to the live concert stage for the first...

Review: ‘Dragon Spring Phoenix Rise’ at The Shed

For its opening 2019 season, The Shed – a central feature at the new Hudson Yards – presents the world-premiere of Dragon Spring Phoenix...

15 Questions in 15 Minutes with ‘Rock of Ages’ Rock Star...

Now celebrating its tenth anniversary in a limited engagement at New World Stages, Rock of Ages has far surpassed its Pop fifteen minutes of...

Become Immersed in Waves of Adventure and Imagination at ‘Pip’s Island’

For children’s theater to be successful, it must have an age-appropriate theme that appeals to kids, be engaging enough to hold their interest, and...

Talking ‘Be More Chill’ and ‘Broadway Bounty Hunter’ with Jason SweetTooth...

Currently featured on Broadway in the original cast of Be More Chill, Jason SweetTooth Williams is an actor, singer, writer, and long-time member of...

Cancellation of 2019 ‘Broadway Barks’ Announced

Because of the ongoing construction in Shubert Alley, it was announced that the annual summer pet adoption event, Broadway Barks, has been cancelled this...

Review: ‘The Mountains Look Different’ at Theatre Row

The Mint Theater Company’s American premiere of The Mountains Look Different by transplanted Irish playwright Micheál mac Liammóir (born Alfred Willmore in London, 1899)...

Bring Your Kids to the Theater in NYC This Summer!

If you’re spending summer in the city and are looking for some family-friendly shows to enjoy with the kids, rest assured that you’ll find...

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