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The first season of Gideon Media's 'Give Me Away' is a riveting blend of family drama and sci-fi thriller

Confession time: I sometimes struggle with audio plays. My mind tends to zone out if the action isn’t riveting, which is why I don’t listen to audiobooks much either. It’s simply hard to stay focused. But Part Two of Gideon Media’s Give Me Away had m …Read more


Sherlock Holmes is tired of solving crimes in this meta spin on the legend

Sherlock Holmes may be one of the most popular characters of all time, but Arthur Conan Doyle had a love-hate relationship with the behemoth he created. Tired of his public’s unending demand for stories about the great detective, Conan Doyle tried to …Read more


Daniel J. Watts gives an explosive performance in 'The Last of the Love Letters'

“Do you remember those things we used to go to? They were in expensive a** buildings? What were they called?” Ngozi Anyanwu’s new play The Last of the Love Letters, directed by Patricia McGregor at Atlantic Theater Company’s Linda Gross Theater, is a …Read more


Engaging with this surreal Zoom show is like gathering around a hearth to hear and share stories

Picture this: you’re seated before a blazing hearth, in company with friends and acquaintances, swapping tales, drinking something warm, laughing and letting loose, in an old creaky house on a winter’s night while the wind howls outside. Everyone is …Read more


Director Rubén Polendo's quest to imagine a better future lead him to create a "Utopian Hotline"

Is anyone out there? That was the question on Rubén Polendo’s mind when he and his fellow artists at Theater Mitu created their show Utopian Hotline. To gather source material, they created a public telephone hotline prompting people to leave messag …Read more


'God of Obsidian' puts a fairy-tale spin on gaslighting

When Alice first sees the bridge leading to Nathan’s house, she thinks she’s stepped into a Grimm’s fairy tale. Rickety and covered in vines, it looks like an illustration straight out of Hansel and Gretel, or maybe Little Red Riding Hood. Despite th …Read more



Ahead of her starring role in the West End production of Frozen The Musical, Dublin-born actress Stephanie McKeon is releasing her debut EP: Here I Go. The EP features songs that she feels a “deeply personal connection to.” And making the album even …Read more


As live, in-person theatre returns to the greatest city in the world, we’re spotlighting the NYC theatre artists who make it all happen. Today’s spotlight is on Alan Asuncion: performer and cast member of STOMP. What do you do in the theatre world? I …Read more


As live, in-person theatre returns to the greatest city in the world, we’re spotlighting the NYC theatre artists who make it all happen. Today’s spotlight is on Aaron Dalla Villa, who’s currently playing Mordred in Bay Street Theatre’s production of …Read more


A run-down amusement park sets the stage for this entertaining dark comedy

A struggling amusement park, a tight-fisted boss, and four beaten-down employees. That’s where Alexander Perez’s dark comedy Randy’s Dandy Coaster Castle begins, and while the premise may not sound like a lot of fun, it’s surprisingly enjoyable. Dire …Read more


A night of sharp-witted shorts by Pulitzer and Academy Award-winner John Patrick Shanley

John Patrick Shanley is legendary, so it’s no surprise that his new one-act plays (billed as “five short digressions”), premiering at the Brooklyn Navy Yards by the Bridge Production Group, make for a night of laugh-out-loud, razor-sharp comedy. (I A …Read more


As live, in-person theatre returns to the greatest city in the world, we’re spotlighting the NYC theatre artists who make it all happen. Today’s spotlight is on Katie Brook and Liza Birkenmeier, the playwright and director team behind ISLANDER: a ver …Read more


A hilarious party of, by, and for theatre people

At this point, countless musicals (some good, some not so good) have been written on just about every topic under the sun. But a musical about two people writing a musical? Now playwrights are just scraping the bottom of the barrel. Or so it would se …Read more



'Waiting for Godot' meets 'The Twilight Zone' in this masterpiece of absurdist theatre

Absurdism is a tricky genre: tricky to write and tricky to perform. That’s what makes Edward Einhorn’s absurdist science fiction drama Alma Baya so impressive: it’s nearly perfect. Two women named Alma and Baya live inside a pod on an air-less planet …Read more


A hospital brings two strangers together in this sweet audio play

In Jeff Mustard’s Chance, the latest offering from the Open-Door Playhouse Podcast, two hospital patients form an unlikely friendship. Directed by Dennis Gersten, the audio play follows a young woman who OD’s in a failed suicide attempt and an older …Read more


Three Karens try to take back their reputation in this Tina Fey-esque comedy

We all know a Karen. That entitled, bossy person who thinks the rules don’t apply to them, always asking to talk to the manager. “Karen,” a slang term for any woman who fits the above description, has become the butt of countless memes, TikToks, and …Read more


Brent Ziff is a popular radio personality whose job is simply to make fun of anyone and everyone who calls in. But he may have met his match in Leo Short: an awkward loner who calls in to announce that life as we know it is about to end. Written by M …Read more


As live, in-person theatre returns to the greatest city in the world, we’re spotlighting the NYC theatre artists who make it all happen. Today’s spotlight is on Max Hunter, Artistic Director of The Bridge Production Group and director of [title of sh …Read more


As live, in-person theatre returns to the greatest city in the world, we’re spotlighting the NYC theatre artists who make it all happen. Today’s spotlight is on Edward Einhorn, Artistic Director of Untitled Theater Company #61 and director/playwright …Read more


When a former FBI informant wakes up in the Egyptian afterlife, he faces a dire choice: unburden his heart by confessing his childhood traumas and guilty acts, or get devoured by a pack of hungry crocodiles, thereby ceasing to exist forever. Taking i …Read more



Fresh off her successful run of As the Sun Sets at the New Ohio Theatre’s Ice Factory Festival, Caleb Dowden, Artistic Director of Dow Dance, spoke with us about why she loves this art form, what inspires her work, and her plans to reclaim the roots …Read more


As we continue to do the necessary work to make our world and our industry a more fair and equitable place for all (and make no mistake, we know that work has to be done), we can’t help but acknowledge that, were things up and running, the last few w …Read more


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


“I have lived through plague and famine and drought, and there is a stopclock up here that is making me more nervous and sweatier than I’ve ever been in my entire life.” Such is the sassy signature wit we’ve come to love – and expect – from theatrica …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


ENDURE: Run Woman Show, an immersive theatrical experience in Central Park based on the real-life struggles of runners, …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


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