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What it’s about: Adapted from the groundbreaking novel by John Akada, the Pan Asian Repertory Theatre’s No-No Boy follows draft resister Ichiro Yamada as he returns to Seattle following his release from prison. The adaptation depicts Ichiro’s search …Read more

Tom Nelis is a longtime New York theater vet that has worked seemingly everywhere and with everyone, from Indecent and The Visit on Broadway to performances with the Royal Shakespeare Company, Richard Foreman, and the Public. He is currently in downt …Read more

Duane Park is getting a little more steamy and sizzling this winter, when a cast of established burlesque performers and actors invade the space to stage an elaborate murder mystery. Part stage play and part burlesque show, it’s a madcap evening of m …Read more

Nothing is ever what it seems in the films of Francois Ozon, and in Double Lover the director takes his mischievous style of filmmaking to unexpectedly blissful places. Ozon reunited with his Young and Beautiful star Marine Vacth, who plays Chloé, a …Read more

You probably know Utkarsh Ambudkar from his scene-stealing parts in Pitch Perfect, White Famous and The Mindy Project (he’s Mindy’s baby brother Rishi), but in Basmati Blues the talented performer will sweep you off your feet as Rajit, an idealistic …Read more

Double Lover is based on a deliciously plump mystery novella by Joyce Carol Oates called Lives of the Twins. In 1991 a US film was also inspired by the story, it starred Isabella Rossellini, Aidan Quinn, and Iman. Thankfully, Francois Ozon’s adaptati …Read more

In a society where everyone has a terrible break up story, Joni’s is quite possibly the worst. Her long term boyfriend of five years, Noah–a rock star–does the deed by inviting her on stage at one of his shows and recounting, in harrowing detail, a …Read more

Lillias White is a theatrical treasure. The The Life Tony winner and OG Once on This Island standout, whose array of stage and screen credits range from Chicago to How to Succeed… to an Emmy-winning turn on Sesame Street, has established herself as …Read more

I have mixed feelings about solo shows, so I wasn’t sure what to expect from Karen Jones Meadows’ one woman show Harriet’s Return (written and performed by Meadows under the direction of Clinton Turner Davis). But once the show got going, I just foun …Read more

John Malkovich originated the role of famed lover Giacomo Casanova on stage in The Giacomo Variations, a chamber play by Michael Struminger, that toured many European countries starting in 2014 before being adapted for the big screen. The film opens …Read more

One day Gianni Quaranta went to a screening of Franco Zeffirelli’s Romeo and Juliet and in the elaborate sets and astonishing gowns he saw his future revealed to him. “I sat impressed and thought I wanted this job,” he explained at the Connelly Theat …Read more

Theater Resources Unlimited (TRU) presents their popular Writer-Producer Speed Date on Sunday, March 4, 2018

What it’s about: In a tribal village in Pakistan, drones watch a couple that struggles with air strikes as well as internal pressures. The soldier watching the family in the USA starts to become obsessed with those he is tasked with observing, while …Read more

Credit: THISISPOPBABY We spoke to Rory O’Neill and his alter ego, the fabulous queen of drag Panti Bliss, about their involvement in RIOT, THISISPOPBABY’s latest extravaganza coming to New York next week. The show, which won the coveted Best Producti …Read more

A New Brain, the latest production from The Gallery Players, is helmed by director Barrie Gelles. Centered around a young artist who suddenly finds out he has a potentially life-threatening brain malformation, this story is based on the real-life exp …Read more

Mashuq Mushtaq Deen makes his New York debut at the Rattlestick Playwrights Theater with Draw the Circle. This hilarious and moving story of his transition is told entirely from the point of view of Deen’s family and friends, as portrayed by Deen, br …Read more

On Monday, February 5th, the 2018 Kleban Prize was awarded to Alan Schmuckler (the most promising musical theater lyricist, tie), Amanda Yesnowitz (the most promising musical theater lyricist, tie), and Christian Duhamel (the most promising musical t …Read more

While BroadwayCon 2018 gave us a first look at some of the new shows heading to Broadway this season, it also gave us a chance to reminisce about some shows that, while no longer lighting up Broadway, are still burning bright. The spirit of Natasha, …Read more

At BroadwayCon 2018, we heard from a number of different actors – from George Salazar to Lesli Margherita. They talked about life as an actor, why it’s important to follow your dreams, and how they keep up the momentum night after night. Here are som …Read more

Last Friday night, revered sanctuary of music Carnegie Hall hosted the biggest party in the city as the New York Pops celebrated the beginning of African American History Month with a concert called “Heart and Soul.” Music director and conductor, Ste …Read more

Seamlessly directed by Catherine Andre, the Center at West Park and Pickle Dog Productions’ presentation of George Farquhar’s 1706 play The Recruiting Officer is entertaining, replete with great staging, acting, and singing. The play centers around t …Read more

All you steak lovers out there, this one’s for you. Located in the Meatpacking District, STK is one of the most prestigious Steak Houses in the city, blending two concepts into one: a modern steakhouse and a chic lounge. The ambiance is sexy and glam …Read more

Passion and art take center stage in Terrence McNally’s new play, Fire and Air. Directed by John Doyle and playing at Classic Stage Company, Fire and Air looks at two geniuses in the Paris ballet scene during the early 20th century. The play tells th …Read more

At BroadwayCon 2018, we got a special treat: a celebration of Broadway creative team Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty, featuring Ahrens herself alongside Christy Altomare (Anya in Anastasia) and Hailey Kilgore (Ti Moune in Once On This Island). Julie …Read more

One of the best parts of BroadwayCon is undoubtedly all the cosplay! And BroadwayCon 2018 did not disappoint. It’s clear that a lot of attendees put a lot of time into their costumes – the Phantom of the Opera cosplayer apparently spent two hours get …Read more

At the end of Imperfect Love, written by Brandon Cole and playing now at The Connelly Theater, the most thrilling theatrical moment of the season occurs. A writer is cured of his writers’ block, a revenge plot is annihilated, a friendship is secured, …Read more

BroadwayCon 2018 was full of great moments: spine-tingling solos, surprise Skype sessions with stars like Kristin Chenoweth and Rory O’Malley (who talked to us during a backstage break in Hamilton), and lots of other theatre-related miscellany. From …Read more

After nearly a decade away, Adrienne Kennedy reasserts herself as a singular, seminal voice in the American theatre with He Brought Her Heart Back, now onstage at Polonsky Shakespeare Center’s Theatre for a New Audience. In barely 50 minutes, the pla …Read more

Who lives in a pineapple under the sea? The newest Broadway musical. And if you think Spongebob Squarepants sounds like a terrible idea for a Broadway musical – you’re not alone. That’s exactly what director Tina Landau thought when she was asked to …Read more

Since France is the birthplace of cinema, it’s no surprise that the French were also animation pioneers. Years before the Lumière brothers thrilled and terrified audiences with their moving images of trains and horses, Émile Reynaud was conjuring ima …Read more

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