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The unplugged concert series will run in the West Village July 22–26.
The new work by Jonathan Payne, part social satire, part drama, and part detective story, will play at The Duke on 42nd Street.
The new musical begins previews at the Nederlander July 20.
The new musical will officially open at the Nederlander August 16.
Broadway's Pretty Woman co-stars explain the story—in their own terms.
The annual summer festival unveils its concert lineup.
Tracy Letts’ new drama, now playing at Second Stage, will play an additional week.
The Abrons Arts Center reveals its 2018–2019 season.
The actor, currently making her Broadway debut, dishes on pre-show rituals, favorite films, and what you’ll find in her dressing room.
See what critics think of the Tony-winning director's take on Luchino Visconti’s 1969 film, now in performances at the Park Avenue Armory.
The musical comedy will officially open August 13 at the Belasco Theatre.
Williams' short play Talisman Roses is included in The Collective NY's 2018 season, among other works.
The Bob Dylan and Conor McPherson musical will make its Off-Broadway debut in the fall.
The Off-Broadway company will revive an intimate musical by Adam Gwon and a new play by Chisa Hutchinson.
The slate features new works by Geraldine Inoa, screenwriter and director Todd Solondz, Kristiana Rae Colón, and more.
Me the People: Fire and Fury Edition will play The Laurie Beechman Theatre July through November.
Scott Schwartz directs Steven Fales’ solo shows, now playing a limited run in Sag Harbor.
Conceived, directed, and choreographed by Daryl Gray, the dance show will open in 2019.
The playwright, director, and cast dish on the upcoming Off-Broadway premiere from MCC Theater.
See what critics think of Rinne Groff’s new play at The Public Theater, starring Rebecca Naomi Jones and Enver Gjokaj.
Kwame Kwei-Armah and Shaina Taub's musical adaptation begins performances July 17 at the Delacorte Theater in Central Park.
The Tony-winning director re-invents Luchino Visconti’s 1969 Oscar-nominated film, performed for the stage by Comédie-Française.
Lott, an original company member, will take over the role of Ti Moune in the Tony-winning revival.
Rebecca Naomi Jones and Enver Gjokaj star in Rinne Groff’s new play, now playing at the Public Theater.
The show features hit songs from the 1960s, including “Downtown” and “You Don't Own Me.”
The immersive stage adaptation of Irvine Welsh’s cult novel officially opened July 15.
The discount ticket offer is for all preview performances, which begin July 19.
The Joel Grey-helmed production stars Jackie Hoffman, Steven Skybell, and Mary Illes.
The new play is inspired by the 1911 fire that burned down Coney Island's Dreamland amusement park.
Jackie Hoffman, Steven Skybell, and Mary Illes star in the production, presented with English supertitles.
The writer is the first female Asian-American playwright produced on Broadway—and she’s making the most of it.