New York City Theater

15 Questions in 15 Minutes with Broadway’s Laura Shoop

Now starring in David Harms’ new play Powerhouse, presented for a limited engagement this month at A.R.T./New York by Manhattan Repertory Theatre, Laura Shoop,...

Lots of love, laughs, and fan favorites in ‘Vangari: Funny You...

What could be more universally relatable in an intimate cabaret act than an underlying theme of human relationships? In Vangari: Funny You Should Ask,...

Fever dream of an undocumented Mexican immigrant in ‘american (tele)visions’ at...

In the nonlinear multimedia memory play american (tele)visions, now playing a limited engagement at New York Theatre Workshop, Tow Playwright-in-Residence Victor I. Cazares relays...

Off-Broadway return of the wild and campy ‘Stranger Sings! The Parody...

The Off-Broadway return of the zany 2021 multi-award-winning Stranger Sings! The Parody Musical – an irreverent spoof of the hit Netflix series Stranger Things,...

Be part of the magic in ‘Asi Wind’s Inner Circle’ at...

For the remainder of the year and into the next, NYC audiences will have the chance not just to enjoy, but to be part...

Young gymnasts face the inconceivable pressures of Olympic training in ‘Body...

Now serving a life sentence for his repeated sexual abuse of at least 330 underage girls since the 1990s (in addition to his guilty...

15 Questions in 15 Minutes with Felicia Curry

Now making her Broadway debut and proliferating her proverbial “fifteen minutes of fame” as an understudy for six roles (The Baker’s Wife, The Witch,...

C is for colorful, clever, and cute in ‘Sesame Street: The...

Since its debut in 1969, TV’s iconic Sesame Street children’s show has been entertaining and educating kids for 52 seasons in the US, has...

New book, album, and Sunday concerts at NYC’s 54 Below pay...

Since the passing of Stephen Sondheim last November, tributes to the life and legacy of the legendary Broadway composer and lyricist have continued with...

Lincoln Center Theater opera ‘Intimate Apparel’ to have broadcast premiere on...

As part of the 50th anniversary season of the Great Performances series on PBS (channel 13 in NYC) and the PBS video app, Intimate...

Spectacular celebration of the history of Broadway song and dance in...

To conclude the 21st season of the historic Town Hall’s popular series Broadway By The Year, creator, writer, director, and host Scott Siegel traced...

Free ‘Curtain Up Broadway Festival’ returns to Times Square for three...

The upcoming Curtain Up Broadway Festival will bring more than fifteen free interactive public events and live performances to the heart of NYC, from...

Riotous indictment of the CIA in spy thriller farce ‘Our Man...

In 1970, the Nixon administration enlisted the CIA in a covert operation to overthrow Salvador Allende, the democratically elected socialist president of Chile, who...

Agonized parents deal with a son’s incurable illness in ‘Jasper’ at...

Winner of the TRU New Voices Award in 2018, Jasper, written by Grant MacDermott and produced by Yonder Window Theatre Company, is now making its...

NYC Off-Broadway Week returns with 2-for-1 tickets

Sponsored by NYC & Company, Inc. and Mastercard, and supported by NYC Media & Entertainment, NYC Off-Broadway Week, a twice-a-year 2-for-1 ticket offer for...

A scintillating night of song and conversation in ‘Seth Rudetsky’s Broadway...

Originally scheduled for Monday, January 31, but postponed due to Omicron, Seth Rudetsky's Broadway starring Jane Krakowski was rescheduled for September 12, and the wildly...

A preview of Vangari’s new show ‘Funny You Should Ask’ at...

Starting this coming weekend, the delightful mother/daughter musical comedy duo Vangari (Evangeline and Ariana Johns) returns to Don't Tell Mama – the renowned cabaret...

Composer Jaime Lozano previews his work for the upcoming Broadway musical...

On Wednesday night, September 7, the David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts had a full house and a long waiting...

Free Shakespeare in the Park’s ‘As You Like It’ fills NYC’s...

When the reimagined musical production of As You Like It, co-adapted by Shaina Taub (who also created the music and lyrics) and Laurie Woolery...

Physics and human behavior collide in ‘Strings Attached’ Off-Broadway at Theatre...

In Pulse Theatre’s Off-Broadway premiere of Strings Attached at Theatre Row, playwright Carole Buggé explores the uncertainties of physics and human behavior, which collide...