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David Cale's autobiographical musical memoir opens at The Public Theater following its world premiere in Chicago.
The Obie-winning summer festival returns to the New Ohio Theatre, with a slate of shows directed entirely by women.
The one-hour special will feature a live performance from Broadway's New Amsterdam Theatre.
A conversation with Maria Manuela Goyanes of Woolly Mammoth and Studio Theatre's David Muse about what makes theatre political.
The acclaimed chamber musical will debut in Melbourne in a production from Antipodes Theatre Company.
Halley Feiffer's re-imagining of Chekhov’s Three Sisters debuts in New York in a production from MCC and Williamstown Theater Festival.
Vassar & New York Stage and Film announces another wave of casting for the 35th season.
Mac's The Fre will have its world premiere at the downtown theatre in the spring.
The four-time Oscar nominee and two-time Golden Globe winner will return Off-Broadway in Elaine Murphy’s play.
The Dreamgirls and Grey's Anatomy star lands a recurring role in the new drama.
The 30th anniversary kicks off with the world premiere of Felix Starro, followed by Kristine Haruna Lee’s critically acclaimed nightmare play.
The Tony- Oscar-winning actor has resigned as an associate artist due to the organization's ties with oil company BP.
The new Lucas Hnath play, starring Laurie Metcalf and John Lithgow, ends its engagement at the John Golden Theatre.
The Pulitzer Prize finalist, previously set to arrive on Broadway in 2018, sets a 2020 premiere.
James Monroe Iglehart, Tamika Lawrence, and more will be part of the Public Works staging at the Delacorte in Central Park this summer.
Part improv, part immersive musical, and part sketch comedy, the show also comes with its own dating app.
The new chamber choir musical continues its three-times extended run at the Signature Theatre Off-Broadway.
Lileana Blain-Cruz will direct Fefu and Her Friends, Michael Shannon and Paul Sparks will take on Waiting for Godot, and more at Theatre for a New Audience.
The festival of readings will celebrate LGBTQIA+ voices in commemoration of the Stonewall anniversary.
The Tony nominee joins the Tony-nominated revival for the remainder of its Broadway run.
Samuel L. Jackson, Jason Derulo, Neil Patrick Harris, and more are tapped for the upcoming film about the '70s music industry.
The one-night-only event will benefit the nonprofit theatre organization Only Make Believe.
The Pam MacKinnon-helmed production, chronicling the rise of legendary player Toni Stone, opens at Roundabout's Laura Pels.
The one-night-only reading will be held June 24 at the Lucille Lortel Theatre Off-Broadway.
Denzel Washington will produce the August Wilson classic, reuniting him with Davis following their work on Fences.
Carlyle Brown, Mia Chung, and Daniel Alexander Jones are also recipients of the $30,000 prizes.
The Arrow actor will lead the cast of the limited engagement at SoHo Playhouse this summer.
The lineup features new works directed by two-time Obie Award winner Lee Sunday Evans, Kaneza Schaal, and Raphaëlle Boitel.
Broadway’s Mike Iveson talks about his three purposes in the show and what he’s learned from Tony nominee Heidi Schreck.
The Brooklyn theatre will also welcome the return of the critically acclaimed The Jungle.
Playwrights Charly Evon Simpson, Erika Dickerson-Despenza, and Stacey Rose are each featured on the list twice.