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York Theatre Company is honoring the three-time Tony winner at its 31st Oscar Hammerstein Gala.
Joel Horwood's adaptation of the Neil Gaiman novel played a world premiere run at The National in 2019.
The Sherlock and Fleabag star is back in the West End for the first time since Three Kings at The Old Vic.
New York playwright Scott Organ on why he brought his play about a uniquely American problem to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
If there’s one show to absolutely not miss at the Fringe this year, it's this real-life story about a witch trial.
Upstart! explores Judith's story, which is often overshadowed by her father's—and even her twin brother's.
Recognizing the best of new writing at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the newspaper's Fringe First Awards are coveted by artists.
Arriving from New Zealand, the two-hander raises questions about how we're (not) handling the climate crisis, and how gender inequality could prevent us from healing the planet.
After meeting on an app, two strangers go out for a first date. What follows is Miriam Battye’s raw portrait of modern dating.
These shows are designed for British audiences—but there’s more than a few jokes even Americans will get.
Among the hustle and bustle of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, here are some quiet spaces to get a breath of fresh air.
This solo show mixes storytelling, poetry, and song to lead you through a chance meeting of two old friends. What comes next is an absolute shock.
As the jukebox musical's new Shakespeare, Scott succeeds Stark Sands.
Jenny Sealey is sharing her secrets in the solo show which gives a space to deaf audiences as it invites hearing audiences into a deaf-led space.
In this feminist re-telling, the forgotten women of the Trojan War finally get their due—through the eyes of Medusa’s severed head.
Reich will perform the show, which played Fringe in 2022 and Off-Broadway earlier this year, for one-night-only.
If you enjoy incredible acrobatics with a clever and provocative spin, that is also NSFW, this is for you.
God Catcher is making its world premiere at the Fringe and is inspired by the tale of Arachne.
Recognizing the best of new writing at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the newspaper's Fringe First Awards are a recognition coveted by artists.
The Fringe Society and its president of Fleabag fame is testing out a new program for helping make the festival more inclusive and accessible.
Sure there's theatre at the festival but there's also cooking classes, ghost tours, and distillery tastings.
At one of the festival's opening ceremonies, the performer spoke about the need for more inclusivity and providing more resources for artists.
Shows are selling out performances, and some have even sold out their whole runs. Here’s how to try and get your hands on a ticket to a hot show.
Members of Tony-winning Handspring Puppet Company deliver an emotional story of a man born with a cleft lip, and the trials he faces.
This play by Lucy Hayes delivers a very real portrait of what it’s like to face an unexpected pregnancy—and to get an abortion.
The industry-only event at Edinburgh Fringe celebrates the festival, and gives actors, producers, critics, celebrities, and more a chance to sample some shows.
NBT's 2023-2024 season is titled Defiance of Our Bloom.
Artists from 72 countries are at the world's largest arts festival this year, with over 2,000 performances a day.
Starring Juan Castano, the play opened Off-Broadway at Second Stage Theater Uptown August 1.