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The New York City premiere of Solo Flight, by Heidi Latsky Dance, extends through August 1st. This intimate and provocat …Read more


Lynne Meadow (Artistic Director) and Barry Grove (Executive Producer) are pleased to announce this year’s six recipients …Read more


  Don’t lose your head, because Broadway’s original queens will be returning to the Brooks Atkinson Theatre when SI …Read more


Due to popular demand and critical acclaim, ENDURE: Run Woman Show, an immersive theatrical experience in Central Park b …Read more


Lynne Meadow (Artistic Director) and Barry Grove (Executive Producer) are pleased to announce that tickets are on sale n …Read more


From Back to the Future to King Lear

“I don’t remember Christopher Lloyd,” said the woman sitting behind us in the outdoor theater. “Jim from the TV show Taxi,” we reminded her. “Oh, the crazy one.” For some, Lloyd might seem like a strange choice to portray the tragic leading character …Read more



Theater Mitu, a company driven by a commitment to theatrical innovation, is proud to present the world premiere of Utopi …Read more


Following their 2019 New York Times Critic’s Pick production of Dr. Ride’s American Beach House, playwright Liza Birkenm …Read more


The Bridge Production Group (Max Hunter, Artistic Director) will present World Premiere short plays by Pulitzer Prize an …Read more


American Dance Machine for the 21st Century is thrilled to release its latest incredibly imaginative film, “T’aint Nobod …Read more


  An Audio Play by Mac Rogers Directed by Jordana Williams   Premiering August 27, September 3 & September …Read more


Third Rail Projects presents RETURN THE MOON August 11 – September 30, 2021 Third Rail Projects (Then She Fell, Ghostlig …Read more


Dutch Kills (Finally) Presents New York Premiere of THE ANTELOPE PARTY Previews Begin (Again) November 4 “Terrific… Poig …Read more



Open-Door Playhouse (Artistic Director, Bernadette Armstrong) will present the audio play of Chance, written by Jeff Mus …Read more


STOMP, the award-winning international sensation and iconic New York theatrical landmark, which has been astonishing aud …Read more


Having an alien inside your body is not a new concept in the world of sci-fi (see The Host, The Thing, and, of course, Alien). But Give Me Away, a multi-season science fiction audio drama by Mac Rogers, puts a new spin on the idea. A spaceship crashe …Read more


Like many people, I remember hearing about the events of August 11-12, 2017 in Charlottesville, VA. I remember being slightly disturbed. But, again like many people, I didn’t realize from the tidbits of internet news just how bad it actually was. Eve …Read more


Did Joan of Arc know she was going to die? If she had known, would she still have done what she did? That’s the question Katherine Teed-Arthur asks in her show Joan/Jehanne. Directed by Max Cameron Fearon, Cara Rebecca, and Lee Stone, the filmed prod …Read more


Music & Lyrics by Jeff Bowen, Book by Hunter Bell Directed by Max Hunter Featuring Keri René Fuller, Jennifer Apple, …Read more


It almost felt normal. Although we had to wear masks to enter the theater and show proof of vaccination to get our seats, we were actually in an Off-Broadway theater sitting next to other patrons. Suddenly the house went dark and Fruma-Sarah (Waiting …Read more



Sara Fellini’s The Wake of Dorcas Kelly, presented by spit&vigor in the offbeat, historic Players Theatre in Greenwich Village, is a spirited production of a darkly humorous story. If it doesn’t always hit the mark, it’s full of enough wicked hum …Read more


There’s a lot of real estate in Manhattan, but have you ever thought about the real estate six feet under? The Extremely Grey Line, a 23.5° Tilt Production, takes exactly that angle. On a walking tour of Greenwich Village, an “unrealtor” shows you so …Read more


NEW YORK CITY – The Queerly Festival is back with plays, solo performances, music, comedy, and more from New York City’s …Read more


Kim Hlavac’s audio play Penny Slots, presented by Open-Door Playhouse, features three senior Florida women living their best lives. After winning the jackpot at penny slots, they take down a gunman using only a high-powered flashlight and a pillowcas …Read more


Alia Jones-Harvey never wanted to be a Broadway producer. In fact, she didn’t even know it was on the table. After realizing she wasn’t cut out to be a mechanical engineer, she went to business school and managed hedge funds. Luckily for us, it was a …Read more


In 1980s America, Sofia and Jessica are happily raising a daughter together when Sofia gets caught in a fatal accident. Now Sofia’s parents, who never approved of her relationship, are bent on taking their granddaughter away from Jessica. Based on ac …Read more


  Bernadette Armstrong’s radio play Simple Lives is, as the title suggests, not a very complicated play. Instead, it’s a slow-moving story about life in a small town among rather small-minded people. Two elderly sisters navigate the challenges o …Read more



Tony Award winner Ted Sperling introduces his new concert series, talks Sondheim, and explains what a Broadway music director does

  Tony Award winner Ted Sperling has lent his musical talents to Broadway productions like The Light in the Piazza, Ragtime, and the most recent revivals of My Fair Lady, Fiddler on the Roof, and The King and I. He’s also the Artistic Director o …Read more


“Nothing will come of nothing.” So says King Lear in Shakespeare’s weighty masterpiece of the same name. Little does he know that out of that one word “nothing” will come a whole string of tragic events ultimately leading to the demise of himself, hi …Read more


Anything can happen at sea. Especially on a ship helmed by a mentally unstable alcoholic whose estranged son has brought an outspoken, free-thinking young woman on board. Oh, and did I mention they’re en route to Liberia to set up a Black penal colon …Read more


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