New York City Theater

Five Top Off-Broadway Picks to Close Out Your Summer with a...

Along with the array of Broadway hits that made their debut in 2018, this summer has brought a wealth of great entertainment beyond the...

Review: ‘Pushkin’ at The Sheen Center

Presented by the american vicarious in a limited-engagement world premiere at The Sheen Center, Pushkin, playwright Jonathan Leaf’s latest historical drama, considers the last...

Review: Dan Domenech’s ‘Bootleg Famous: To Broadway and Beyond’ at the...

New York’s Dan Domenech, who wowed audiences last summer as Che in the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival’s acclaimed production of Evita, was invited back to...

2018 New York Musical Festival Review: ‘’68’ at The Acorn Theatre...

This August marks the 50th anniversary of the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago – one of the watershed events in the history of...

Review: ‘Head over Heels’ at the Hudson Theatre

An epic marriage of Ancient, Elizabethan, and Post-Modern stylings, the Broadway premiere of Head over Heels at the Hudson Theatre, produced by Gwyneth Paltrow...

Review: ‘This Ain’t No Disco’ at Atlantic Theater Company

With music and lyrics by Stephen Trask (internationally acclaimed for the electrifying and poignant score he created for Hedwig and the Angry Inch in...

Review: ‘Smokey Joe’s Cafe’ at Stage 42

Wow, what a night! Non-stop energy, a feel-good mood, powerhouse vocals, and a kick-ass band make for one must-see Off-Broadway revival of Smokey Joe’s...

2018 New York Musical Festival Review: ‘Emojiland’ at The Acorn Theatre...

If you’ve ever wondered about the private lives and inner thoughts of emojis and the impact software updates have on their interpersonal connections and...

‘Broadway Barks’ (and Meows!) in Shubert Alley

A dazzling roster of Broadway stars turned out for the 20th anniversary of Broadway Barks in Shubert Alley to find new loving homes for...

Review: ‘Get the Boat’ and ‘Innit’ at SoHo Playhouse

Featured in this April’s Limerick Fringe Festival and now playing in repertory in their North American premieres at SoHo Playhouse, Eavan Brennan and Siobhan Donnellan’s...

Free Events in NYC This Week: ‘Broadway in Bryant Park’ and...

Along with the heat and humidity of summer in the city comes the return of two popular annual events that will make you forget...

Interview: It’s a Hot Summer for Dan Domenech!

From Broadway, Off-Broadway, regional theater, and touring productions, to television, cabaret, direction, and choreography, Long Island native Dan Domenech does it all and loves...

An Interview with Actor/Playwright Chris Davis: Bringing His ‘Drunk Lion’ to...

Philadelphia-based dynamo Chris Davis returns to the Edinburgh Fringe in August with his hilarious and poignant 2012 solo hit Drunk Lion, an absurdist bi-lingual...

Review: ‘Girls & Boys’ on Audible

The latest in Audible’s burgeoning initiative of audioplays is Girls & Boys by Tony Award-winning playwright Dennis Kelly. Directed by Lyndsey Turner and performed by...

Review: ‘On a Clear Day You Can See Forever’ at Irish...

Irish Repertory Theatre’s new production of the 1965 Broadway classic (and 1970 movie remake starring Barbra Streisand) On a Clear Day You Can See...

The 2018 Jimmy® Awards at the Minskoff Theatre: And the Winners...

The 10th Annual Jimmy® Awards, presented by The Broadway League Foundation and Pittsburgh CLO on Monday, June 25, at the Minskoff Theatre, provided an...

Previewing The 2018 Jimmy® Awards at the Minskoff Theatre

Broadway celebrates the next generation of musical theater artists with the 2018 Jimmy® Awards on Monday, June 25, at the Minskoff Theatre. Recognizing talented...

Review: ‘Laura Bush Killed a Guy’ at The Flea Theater

Yes, she really did, and Washington DC-based theater collective The Klunch brings its acclaimed original production of Laura Bush Killed a Guy, keenly written...

Review: ‘Vitaly: An Evening of Wonders’ at The Westside Theatre

Russian-born, Israeli-raised, and now-Canadian resident Vitaly Beckman, known to US audiences from his successful appearance on the hit TV show “Penn & Teller: Fool Us” (he...

Review: ‘Lonesome Blues’ at The York Theatre Company

The latest incarnation of Alan Govenar and Akin Babatundé’s evolving musical tribute to Blind Lemon Jefferson, following their award-winning productions of Blind Lemon: Prince...

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