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“Shutter Sisters” at 1st Stage tells the story of two women whose lives intertwine in obvious ways.
Themes of incest and sexual abuse of minors loom large in this strikingly becalmed play named after a legendarily vengeful Greek mother.
Conflicting ideas of guilt, identity and genetics do battle in this quietly galvanizing play by Ruby Thomas.
Deepali Gupta offers a meandering and muddled take on the trial of Rajat Gupta, a former head of McKinsey & Company.
The brunch must go on: the final musical by Stephen Sondheim sends up a group of trapped plutocrats à la Buñuel.
Cast of Here We Are. Photo: Emilio Madrid.
Here We Are, by Stephen Sondhe…
Time — and a whole lot more — stands still in Owen Panettieri’s static drama about a doomsday prepper.
Emma Horwitz makes her Off Broadway debut with an adventurous retelling of a devotional play from the 10th century.
We spoke with two actors and two playwrights who will be in the spotlight this season.
Despite its thunderbolt of a title, the focus of this memory play is on the relationship between a self-involved author and his long-suffering agent.
The gravitational pull of the hurts of yesteryear is on vivid display in Deirdre Kinahan’s drama at Irish Repertory Theater.
The New York Classical Theater adaptation, playing in New York’s city parks, feints toward novelty but offers little in the way of originality.
In this “Pride and Prejudice” spinoff from Original Theatre, Jane Austen’s infamous knave attempts to set the record straight.
In her new play, Lauren Gunderson explores the legacy of the 18th-century French mathematician and philosophe Emilie du Châtelet.
These actors turned playwrights all excavate memories and meaning from their lives in creating these four shows, which arrive in New York in the coming months.