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Ms. Kim won Tony Awards for her designs in “Sophisticated Ladies” and “The Will Rogers Follies,” and worked in dance and opera as well.
The throaty actress and singer won a Tony Award for her performance in “The Unsinkable Molly Brown” at age 26 and went on to a distinguished stage career.
Staged by the Slant Theater Project, Lawrence Dial’s drama tracks the connections among a motley collection of students and the plays they write.
Mr. Davies directed renowned productions for the National Theater, the Old Vic and other British theaters, as well as nine productions on Broadway.
Ms. Haran made her first film, “Dive,” last year and was still in graduate school when she and three classmates founded the Barefoot Theater Company.
Mary Shanley, the subject of this play by Robert K. Benson, was one of the first women to become a New York City police detective.
Mr. Hill appeared in feature films and originated imposing lead roles on television series in the 1960s and in the 1990s.
Ms. DeHaven starred with June Allyson in “Two Girls and a Sailor,” Frank Sinatra in “Step Lively” and Judy Garland in “Summer Stock” before turning to TV roles.
A breathless and hopeful atmosphere emerges as the performers make the audience part of the channeling.
This engaging one-act directed by Gretchen Van Lente follows five teachers through the dramas of an academic school year.
“City Stories: Tales of Love and Magic in London,” at 59E59 Theaters, explores the hazy corners in which the laws of the universe can be bent.
This production at La MaMa, presented by Spiderwoman Theater and Aanmitaagzi and written by the cast, can be rowdy and playful even as it dramatizes horror.
A one-woman show written and performed by Trezana Beverley tells the story of the singer Mabel Mercer, who even influenced Sinatra.
This play at the Ensemble Studio Theater recalls a 1960s experiment involving perceived shocks and suffering.
In this update of Edmond Rostand’s 19th-century tale, Cyrano becomes Cy, a lesbian Army veteran.
Jeremy Tiang’s adaptation of Cao Xueqin’s sprawling 18th-century novel about an aristocratic family focuses on a love story.
The holiday musical finds the quartet back from the afterworld and ready to sing.
Some lost souls take a bus ride to heaven in this stage adaptation of C.S. Lewis’s novella.
Kathleen Chalfant portrays Rose Kennedy in this solo show put on by Nora’s Playhouse, at the Clurman Theater.
Robert Cuccioli stars in this reimagining of “The Rothschilds,” which played on Broadway around the same time as “Fiddler on the Roof.”
This musical comedy at the Actors Temple Theater smartly delves into the missteps and acts of ego that led to the Iraq war.
This production by Company XIV and AMDM features showgirls and showboys and acrobatic performers in lingerie.
Mr. Larson was hesitant to take the cub reporter role in 1951 for fear that he would be typecast. He eventually changed careers.
The actress takes on the title role in A. R. Gurney’s play about a Manhattan love triangle (husband, wife and pet).
This one-act parody lives mainly for its adolescent double entendres and Everett Quinton’s delicious performance.
With flashes of humor, Kevin Kerr’s play evokes the horrors of a 1918 pandemic that gave people no time to mourn.
In this farce by Nicholas Korn, influenced by commedia dell’arte, a patriarch weighs the qualifications of three suitors courting his children; a fourth complicates matters.
Among the offerings at the festival includes final performances of “Songs for the Fallen,” “Manuel vs. the Statue of Liberty” and “Foolerie.”
The life and films of James Cagney are celebrated in a musical production at the Theater at St. Peter’s.
The Shakespeare Theater of New Jersey's production of "No Man's Land" by Harold Pinter is supported by four veteran actors and a skilled director.
Layon Gray's play "All-American Girls" puts together an all-black female baseball team during World War II for a whodunit.