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There is something for everyone, even the kids, in “Mind Mangler,” “The Magician” and “Mario the Maker Magician.”
At 21, he already has two Broadway leads under his belt. On Thursdays, he sheds Marty McFly’s signature vest for a bowling shirt.
The show, which toggles between the 17th century and the early 21st, arrives on the island on which it is largely set.
The extraordinary within the everyday: A holiday season rite returns with aerialists, trapeze acts, funny clowns (really!) and cotton candy too.
“Dead Letter No. 9,” “Cocktail Magique” and “Hypnotique” are offering theatergoers a taste of nightlife.
The Off Broadway production opened at the McKittrick Hotel in 2011, and helped to alter and expand the landscape of immersive theater.
Though a tour de force for its actors, an Off Broadway adaptation of Philip Roth’s willfully obscene 1995 novel is too faithful to its source.
“I walk into a show and everybody’s kind of a little afraid. Then I hear, ‘Oh, but you’re so nice,’” the actress said of her Hollywood baggage.
The festival of experimental work is planning a citywide event at multiple venues in January, after the Public Theater declined to fund the 2024 iteration.
Tuesday’s finale of “Only Murders in the Building” wrapped a season that was a love letter to Broadway musicals, not least because it was a little silly.
The festival presents a violent Shakespearean interaction with fruit, dance for neurodiverse and neurotypical audiences and showers of (play) money.
“What the theater gives me is the feeling that I’m using everything,” the actress said of returning to the stage after a decade away.
We spoke with two actors and two playwrights who will be in the spotlight this season.
The writer and actress visits Coney Island as the New York leg of “Death, Let Me Do My Show” arrives Off Broadway.
Twelve years after opening “The Book of Mormon,” the two actors — and good friends — return with “Gutenberg! The Musical!”
Our critics debate how well shows like “Six,” “& Juliet” and “Once Upon a One More Time” engage with the inner worlds of women onstage.
In his Broadway debut, the illusionist Antonio Díaz does levitation and teleportation. But it’s simple tricks, with cards and balls, that really wow.
How a theater collective transformed the too-weird-to-be-true story of a World War II counterintelligence scheme into a West End musical with heart.
In honor of “Theater Camp,” a new movie about a fictional sleepaway site, we asked Broadway veterans and movie stars for their favorite camp memories.
In a show staged in Federal Hall, five prominent playwrights tell the story of the site of significant events in the country’s founding, without glossing over the uglier parts.
The magician worked with the playwright Lucas Hnath to create “a more vulnerable version of magic performance,” Hnath said.
The theatrical performance of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s 1925 novel, opening this month at the Park Central Hotel, is the latest in a very long, heavily sequined line of “Gatsby” adaptation…
The longtime New York actor explains why his character in Eboni Booth’s play about a lonely bookstore worker is closer to him than any other he’s taken on.
With a clever opening number and repeated support for striking writers, the Tonys celebrated Broadway’s shows, performers and creative teams.
“It wasn’t a choice I would have made,” said Mark Russell, whose festival of experimental work will no longer be produced by the Public Theater.
Directed by Hansol Jung and Dustin Wills, this sportive, vividly acted production fails to make a convincing case for its new gags and directorial flights.
The 17th-century play, staged by the theater company Molière in the Park, skewers those who preach morality yet practice anything but.
The musical comedy savant is a Tony nominee for playing Mrs. Lovett, a pie maker with an unusually gruesome recipe hack. “I can’t judge her. I just have to love her,” she said.
Tornadoes whoosh dinner from the table and a shark swims through a flooded living room in a clown show that brings the environmental crisis home.
The actress said she hopes that the play continues to generate discussions around sexual assault and said the response so far has been “beautiful.”
Tony nominators singled out new faces and set up fascinating face-offs, but missed the chance to recognize a Native American breakthrough.