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“Ain’t Too Proud” at the Imperial Theatre is entertaining to the max.
Director Peter Flynn knows how to add playful luster to the witty fairy-tale show.
Arena Stage produces the world premiere of Aaron Posner’s play, with four actors playing the same man.
Kelli O’Hara is luminous in this Roundabout Theatre Company revival of Cole Porter’s musical.
Neither “Queen of Basel” at Studio nor “Masterpieces . . .” at Signature achieves liftoff.
Another teenage-angst musical opens, and it’s a noisy slog.
The Broadway production, and its new lead, brim with life, onstage and off.
A desultorily expanded version of “Twelve Angry Men” played out for hours on Capitol Hill.
“I can’t say I’m happy about that,” said Joy Zinoman, who will take the newly independent conservatory to a new location.
“Freestyle Love Supreme” rap improv is an up-to-the-minute, old-fashioned hoot.
Plus “Timon of Athens,” a new “Peter Pan,” a Branden Jacobs-Jenkins play and more.
The latest musical-in-concert is Meredith Willson’s 1957 melody-packed gem.
Flabby yarn doesn’t do the 16th-century stage legend justice.
Live from a New York stage — it was “Skittles Commercial: The Broadway Musical.”
“JQA,” Aaron Posner’s “work of historical fiction,” will debut in March at Arena Stage.
Fox production of Pulitzer and Tony-winning musical reminded me of where my heart still lies.
“Kleptocracy” at Arena Stage portrays the Russian president’s battle with an oligarch.
Sam Shepard’s sharp-edged comedy is being revived on Broadway.
The shouting matches of Reginald Rose’s 1950s play now occur across racial lines.
‘As Far as My Fingertips Take Me” asks you to offer up your arm — and your heart.
The hit musical comes ashore on a mission to spotlight a ravaged island’s homegrown arts.
“Treemonisha” is getting an ambitious overhaul by a Toronto theater company.
This year on New York stages, cries against intolerance — and worse.
The Public Theater production makes Bob Dylan’s iconic songs its own.
Gregory Mosher is being replaced by Jack O’Brien for new production starring Annette Bening.
Aaron Sorkin’s adaptation of Harper Lee’s indelible novel has its official opening at the Shubert Theatre.
“The Panties, the Partner and the Profit” doesn’t ignite for Shakespeare Theatre Company.
The playwright and the actor talk about the challenges of bringing Harper Lee’s beloved novel to Broadway.
Tony winner to join Norm Lewis as Harold Hill in February installment of Broadway Center Stage series.
A British drama that takes you into a refugee camp has its American debut.
His “mad as hell” scene is one for the books, but the Broadway adaptation is a bit of a slog.