New York City Theater

Review: ‘Linda Vista’ at the Helen Hayes Theater

A male mid-life crisis, a deadbeat dad, sexual harassment in the workplace, the objectification of women, callous philandering, and every other conceivable manifestation of...

Review: ‘Dublin Carol’ at Irish Repertory Theatre

Now playing a limited Off-Broadway engagement at Irish Repertory Theatre, Irish playwright Conor McPherson’s Dublin Carol, which made its debut at London’s Royal Court...

Review: ‘Slave Play’ at the Golden Theatre

Sitting in a theater for a two-hour-and-five-minute running time without intermission is not particularly comfortable for many audience members who might require a bathroom...

15 Questions in 15 Minutes with Two-Time Tony and Emmy Award...

Singer/dancer/actress Bebe Neuwirth is not only a triple threat, she’s a multiple award-winning one. Among the honors she’s received are two Emmys for her...

Review: ‘The Height of the Storm’ at the Samuel J. Friedman...

“For better or worse” is a promise couples make when taking their wedding vows, but few comprehend how bad the worst can be when...

Getting the Scoop on Broadway’s ‘The Lightning Thief’ with Writer Joe...

Known to millions of fans for creating the book for the musical stage adaptation of viral sensation Be More Chill (based on the young-adult...

Review: ‘Caesar & Cleopatra’ at Theatre Row

The Gingold Theatrical Group honors its mission of presenting works inspired by the socio-political principles espoused by George Bernard Shaw with its new adaptation...

Review: ‘Derren Brown: Secret’ at the Cort Theatre

When I was a kid, enthusiastically attending every show on Broadway, I never would have predicted that, in the new millennium, theaters on The...

15 Questions in 15 Minutes with The Amazing Kreskin

For the past six decades, world-renowned mentalist The Amazing Kreskin has been an icon of pop culture, whose fame was spread through his recurrent...

A Conversation with Music Man John Miller: “Stage Door Johnny” Gives...

In honor of the tenth anniversary of its release, Stage Door Johnny: John Miller – Takes on Broadway has been reissued on CD and...

Review: ‘Decky Does a Bronco’ at The Royal Family Performing Arts...

Boys will be boys, until a shocking event thrusts them into the harsh realities of life and continues to traumatize them throughout adulthood. The...

Review: ‘Drunk Shakespeare’ at The Lounge

If you’re a theater-lover expecting a traditional performance of a classic work by Shakespeare, with just one chosen actor struggling to remember the lines...

Review: ‘Betrayal’ at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre

London’s acclaimed revival of Betrayal - Harold Pinter’s 1978 drama about the devastating effects of infidelity, inspired by the playwright’s own seven-year extra-marital affair...

Review: ‘Laughing Liberally: Make America Laugh Again’ at The Theatre at...

New York’s longest-running political comedy stand-up act brings its brand of incisive topical humor Off-Broadway to The Theatre at St. Clement’s for a fifteen-show engagement...

Review: ‘Da Vinci & Michelangelo: The Titans Experience’ at St. Luke’s...

Images, information, and interpretations are the main ingredients of Da Vinci & Michelangelo: The Titans Experience, which has now arrived in New York. Though...

Review: ‘Jaime Lozano: Songs by an Immigrant’ at Joe’s Pub

For his smashing debut at Joe’s Pub, Mexican-born and New York-based composer and music director Jaime Lozano gathered a roster of his talented family,...

Review: ‘Waiting for Johnny Depp’ in the Rave Theater Festival

This month marks the premiere of the Rave Theater Festival, playing Off-Off-Broadway at The Clemente Solo Velez Cultural Center, the former home of FringeNYC....

Review: ‘Michael Feinstein: I Happen To Like New York’ at Feinstein’s/54...

For his annual summer engagement at Feinstein’s/54 Below, the eponymous multi-platinum Grammy-nominated artist celebrates the songs, entertainers, and musical history of our city in...

Review: ‘Bat Out of Hell’ at New York City Center

Loud, flashy, dissipated, and crass – Bat Out of Hell is everything you’d expect in a rock-n-roll jukebox musical based on the 1970s mega-hits...

Review: ‘Sea Wall/A Life’ at the Hudson Theatre

Following its sold-out Off-Broadway run at The Public Theater this past winter, Sea Wall/A Life has made its transfer to Broadway for a limited...

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