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The two-part epic from Matthew Lopez will play its final performance in March.
Belle Aykroyd, Kate Forbes, and more will be part of the Off-Broadway revival in the spring.
The new play by Alix Sobler will premiere at the Paradise Factory in the fall.
The new play, now in previews, will play an additional two weeks.
Tyler Alvarez and Jacqueline Guillén star as siblings in the new play from the writer of Alligator and television’s The Americans.
Second Stage will hold a book signing for The Best at It, the story of a gay Indian American boy coming into his own.
The world premiere, which stars Olivia Hartshorn, is part of Normal Ave’s 2019–2020 season.
The actors will replace original Temptations actors Derrick Baskin and Ephraim Sykes.
Sales from a large block of seats on March 16 will benefit the national human services organization.
Described as a “macabre and gruesome” new comedy, the show will open in Los Angeles in March.
Performed in English and Mandarin by an all-female cast, Salesman之死 will run March 29–April 18 in The Doxsee in Brooklyn.
Directed by Sammi Cannold, the new play about Korean female sea divers arrives Off-Broadway following a hit world premiere.
Titled This Wrestling Place, the play will be adapted and directed by Norris, and workshopped with her company New Light Theater Project.
An alum of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, HanJie Chow balances acting with photography, a behind-the-scenes gig at New York Theatre Workshop, and more.
The David Byrne show, which closed February 16, will return to Broadway in the fall.
James Ijames, Yury Urnov, and Morgan Green will join founding artistic director Blanka Zizka in co-running the theatre.
The Head Over Heels and Groundhog Day star, also cast in the upcoming premiere of The Devil Wears Prada musical, will temporarily step in for Lesli Margherita.
Check out the complete 2020–2021 season, which kicks off with the previously announced American Prophet musical.
Keen Company will bring back Joseph Kesselring's comedy, which opened on Broadway in 1941, for one night only.
Keen Company brings Pearl Cleage’s play to the New York stage for the first time since its premiere 25 years ago.
Detailing the Upper Big Branch mine explosion, and featuring music by Steve Earle, the new play with music premieres Off-Broadway.
The Susan Smith Blackburn Prize-winning play, directed by Lileana Blain-Cruz, opens at Atlantic Theater February 18.
5 companies from the U.K. will make their U.S. debuts in the annual spring festival showcasing work from across the pond.
On the heels of a wildly successful 2019, Simpson debuts her play Jump Off-Broadway.
The Leigh Silverman-helmed production from Clubbed Thumb kicks off performances February 17 in the Connelly Theater.
The Hamilton and In the Heights star returns Off-Broadway in the new monologue play by Stephen Lloyd Helper.
Off-Broadway’s Lady G: Plays and Whisperings of Lady Gregory unearths the fascinating story of the turn-of-the-20th century ”rockstar” and leader of Irish theatre.
The hit theatrical concert plays its final performance at the Hudson Theatre February 16.
Paula Vogel's landmark play, to be seen on Broadway for the first time, will star Mary-Louise Parker and David Morse.
Tyne Rafaeli directs the intimate thriller exploring the toll of American imperialism from a family’s apartment in Afghanistan.