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Jamil Jude, True Colors' associate artistic director, will step into the leadership position in 2019.
See what critics think of Craig Lucas' new play, directed by Tyne Rafaeli, which officially opened September 24 at Playwrights Horizons.
Elaine May, Joan Allen, David Cromer, Lucas Hedges, and Michael Cera star in Kenneth Lonergan’s 2001 Pulitzer Prize finalist.
Janet McTeer stars as 19th-century French trailblazer Sarah Bernhardt in the world premiere from Roundabout Theatre Company.
Ben Levi Ross stars in the title role in the Tony-winning musical's touring production.
Andrew R. Butler's sci-fi musical kicks off the company's new season.
Tony winner Close stars as Joan of Arc's mother in the New York premiere of Jane Anderson’s play at The Public Theater.
The show, which fuses theatre with a nightlife experience, will take over Chelsea Music Hall in October.
Khan will dance the role of Bheeshma for the final time in the show's remount in January.
The hit musical show, previously seen at Joe's Pub, returns for a limited run at the Greenwich House Theater.
Rupp will reprise her performance as Della in the New York premiere of Bekah Brunstetter's new play this winter.
Janet McTeer stars as 19th-century French trailblazer Sarah Bernhardt in the world premiere from Pulitzer finalist Theresa Rebeck.
The acclaimed Chichester Festival Theatre production finds its complete cast in the West End.
Russell Harvard stars in the New York premiere at Playwrights Horizons, directed by Tyne Rafaeli.
Stefano Massini's drama, presented by PlayCo, brings to life the story of assassinated journalist Anna Politkovskaya.
The cast and creative team of the critically acclaimed Agnes open up about inclusivity and acting with Autism Spectrum Disorder—and why they chose to speak anonymously.
Submit your best rendition of “What Do You Know About Love” to be in the running to win round-trip airfares and tickets for 2.
Maurice Sendak's renowned children's book will be adapted into a play.
The show will return to The American Irish Historical Society’s historic townhouse, once again restored to period decoration.
See what critics think of Sharr White’s new play, which opened September 20 in a production from The New Group.
Roundabout Theatre Company will bring Arthur Miller's play back to Broadway in the spring.
The Tony winner and Oscar nominee will lead the cast as Isabelle Arc—Joan of Arc’s mother—in Jane Anderson’s play.
The lineup includes a new Anne Washburn play, Simon Russell Beale in The Tragedy of Richard the Second, and a new version of Three Sisters.
Richard Bean's newest comedy is now in previews in a production from Manhattan Theatre Club.
Listen to “Vows” from the upcoming cast recording, available September 21.
Bobby Cannavale, Cherry Jones, and Daniel Radcliffe star in the world-premiere production at Studio 54.
The New Group celebrates the world premiere of Sharr White’s new drama at the Signature Center Off-Broadway.
Inspired by the music of Huey Lewis and the News, the new musical continues in San Diego.
Gretchen Law’s acclaimed drama about Dick Gregory will continue an additional week at the D.C. theatre.
The Canadian-American actor made his Broadway debut in the 1957 production of Norman Ginsbury's play The First Gentleman.
The upcoming world premiere from Page 73 will begin performances in the New Ohio Theatre October 22.