New York City Theater

Tender journey to a father-son connection in MTC’s ‘Where the Mountain...

Commissioned by the 2020 Humana Festival of New American Plays at the Actors Theatre of Louisville, Where the Mountain Meets the Sea by Haitian-American...

Stage and screen star Ken Leung previews ‘Evanston Salt Costs Climbing’...

NYC-born actor Ken Leung has had an acclaimed career on screen, from his 1998 professional debut as Sang in Rush Hour, to such other...

Aggressively reimagined Off-Broadway revival of ‘A Raisin in the Sun’ at...

Lorraine Hansberry’s classic 1959 American drama A Raisin in the Sun was the first play written by a Black woman to have a Broadway...

Gabriel Byrne brings his autobiographical tour-de-force ‘Walking with Ghosts’ to Broadway’s...

Adapted from his best-selling 2021 memoir of the same name, Walking with Ghosts by Irish stage and screen star Gabriel Byrne has already enjoyed...

Bidding now open for benefit auction of limited-edition Al Hirschfeld prints...

Heritage Auctions, the world’s largest collectibles auctioneer, today launched an online auction of 21 limited-edition prints by acclaimed caricature artist Al Hirschfeld – signed...

Broadway revival of ‘Topdog/Underdog’ tells a devastating comi-tragic tale of two...

The latest NYC production in a year filled with Pulitzer Prize-winning shows and the first-ever Broadway revival of Suzan-Lori Parks’ Topdog/Underdog is now playing...

Ancient myths of female monsters reimagined in bluegrass concept musical ‘Monstress’...

A talented ensemble of nine young musicians and singers retells a series of stories of female monsters from classical mythology in Monstress, a new...

Masterful storytelling in new Off-Broadway adaptation of Japanese classic ‘Chushingura –...

In keeping with its mission of bringing Japanese classics to an American audience, the English-Japanese bi-lingual company Amaterasu Za (meaning “theater that illuminates”) is...

Hank Curry brings laughter to ‘Confusion’ in NYC’s United Solo Festival

Now in its thirteenth year, United Solo Festival is back at NYC’s Theatre Row through November 20, with dozens of shows from across the...

Annual NYC Halloween benefit concert ‘I Put a Spell on You’...

After two years of virtual fun and frights during the pandemic shutdown of theaters, the annual Halloween benefit I Put a Spell on You,...

Upper West Side street-naming ceremony and upcoming performances at DC’s Kennedy...

Founded by National Medal of Arts recipient Tina Ramirez (1929-2022) in 1970, NYC’s Ballet Hispánico, based at 167 West 89th Street, between Columbus and...

Hilarious observations and non-stop laughs from ‘Julie Halston: De-Classified!’ at NYC’s...

During the pandemic shut-down of live theater, stage and screen star Julie Halston – a co-founding member of Charles Busch’s legendary company Theatre-in-Limbo –...

Intense and powerful ‘Death of a Salesman’ at Broadway’s Hudson Theatre

Playwright Arthur Miller’s original working title for his 1949 American classic Death of a Salesman (recipient of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama and six...

Cast of Roundabout’s Broadway revival of ‘1776’ represents those who were...

When 1776, with concept, music, and lyrics by Sherman Edwards and book by Peter Stone, premiered on Broadway in 1969, with only two female roles...

Nearly verbatim reenactment of the 1965 debate of ‘Baldwin and Buckley...

On February 18, 1965, The Cambridge Union – the oldest continuously running free speech and debating society in the world, founded at England’s Cambridge...

Tom Stoppard makes an epic return to Broadway with his indelible...

Now 85, Sir Tom Stoppard, the internationally acclaimed recipient of four Tony Awards for Best Play to date (the most of any playwright in...

The need for connection and caring in MTC’s ‘Cost of Living’...

After making its award-winning Off-Broadway debut with Manhattan Theatre Club at New York City Center in 2017, and receiving the Pulitzer Prize for Drama...

Rare Sondheim revue ‘You’re Gonna Love Tomorrow’ coming to Brooklyn this...

For the first time since its NYC debut in 1983, the rarely seen Stephen Sondheim musical revue You’re Gonna Love Tomorrow is coming to...

Lead actor Christopher Carver gives an inside look at the Off-Broadway...

The world premiere of Our Town . . . but Wilder began its Off-Broadway run at the Actors Temple Theatre on October 1, with...

Florencia Cuenca & Jaime Lozano reimagine ‘Broadway en Spanglish’ at NYC’s...

For one night only during this year's Hispanic Heritage Month, the Mexican-born and NYC-based husband and wife team of Florencia Cuenca and Jaime Lozano...