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The January–March programming includes works by Paul Muldoon, Eugene O’Neill, and Lady Augusta Gregory.
The company behind The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show brings the show to Union Square's DR2 Theatre beginning December 13.
The Broadway-bound new musical, starring Rob McClure, opens at the 5th Avenue Theatre.
The longtime collaborators and friends will be honored at the upcoming fundraiser in New York City.
The Broadway musical will also soon be seen in London.
Ratings are in for the Nickelodeon broadcast, which aired on three channels December 7.
The annual awards from the Casting Society of America will be celebrated in L.A., New York City, and London.
The Cotillion will be experienced as a black debutante ball exploring the history and language of “presenting” black female bodies.
The company will offer a developmental presentation of the new piece about a group of immigrants crossing the border.
Ellams’ retelling of the Chekhov classic, set in 1960s Nigeria, premieres at The National Theatre.
See who’s joining Sharon D. Clarke in the upcoming revival from Roundabout.
Hideki Noda’s gender-bending farce will have its U.S. premiere in 2020.
The Gate Theatre Dublin production is helmed by Yaël Farber.
Directed by Les Waters, the new play transforms the theatre into an intimate seance.
See who's joining Maria Dizzia and original Broadway cast members Mike Iveson and Rosdely Ciprian at Mark Taper Forum.
Two short plays, adapted from stories by the famed writers, will be paired together for the first time.
The playwright-performer will alternate performances with David Ryan Smith in the WP and Baltimore Center Stage co-production.
See which Broadway and theatre alums are among the 2020 nominees.
La MaMa artistic director Mia Yoo reveals her winning philosophy for the Tony Award-winning theatre.
Inspired by Love’s 10th anniversary of being HIV positive, his newest play is an unflinching portrait of what it means to be Black and queer today.
Judith Ivey stars in the Lincoln Center Theater production, directed by Davis McCallum.
The new play by Pulitzer Prize winner Stephen Adly Guirgis is a look at the inner workings of women’s halfway house in New York City.
Trip Cullman directs Tennessee Williams’ Tony-winning play, about a widow who finds passion in the arms of a new man.
Tom Hiddleston, Zawe Ashton, and Charlie Cox star in the Harold Pinter play, previously seen in the West End.
Conceived and directed by Tina Satter, the psychological thriller is adapted from the transcript of the FBI interrogation of Reality Winner.
Simon Stone's contemporary rewrite of the Euripides tragedy will premiere in 2020.
The high-spirited farce, directed by Charlotte Moore, is revived Off-Broadway featuring Colin McPhillamy, Rachel Pickup, and more.
The Daniel Zaitchik musical, a bittersweet Manhattan-set love story, will premiere at Roundabout Underground in 2020.
The director, playwright, and artistic leader will pursue personal projects at the end of the Chicago theatre’s 2020 season.
Busch’s newest play, a comic melodrama and celebration of 1930s pre-code cinema, will premiere at the Cherry Lane.
The critically acclaimed production continues into the new year.