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Sisterhood. Love. Betrayal. Flight. Weaving together ancient myth and indie rock, Weightless tells the tale of two deeply devoted sisters, Procne and Philomela, separated by circumstance, who must travel across worlds and make devastating sacrifices …Read more

Full disclaimer: I am a John Cullum fan, so when I read that he was doing a one-man show tracing his long career, I looked forward to it. Filmed earlier this year and recorded with pianist Julie McBride, the 80 – minute show featured the 91 year old …Read more

A radio play adaptation of Oscar Wilde's ghost story marks a strong start to Open-Door Playhouse's first season

As the pandemic continues, so does non-traditional theatre. Or, in the case of new podcast producer Open-Door Playhouse, reworking traditional entertainment methods for an unprecedented time. For their first production, the audio theatre troupe prese …Read more

In her landmark book On Death and Dying, Elizabeth Kubler-Ross details the five stages of grief. Approaching it on a personal level in The Year of Magical Thinking, writer Joan Didion shares her painful description of denial at the sudden death of he …Read more

It has been over a year since Broadway theaters shut down, putting tens of thousands of people out of work. As more people are getting vaccinated and restaurants, gyms and bars are increasing operating capacity,theaters have still remained dark. That …Read more

'Franz Kafka's Letter To My Father' is a Surreal, Nightmarish Vision

In 1919, German-Bohemian writer Franz Kafka wrote a 47-page letter to his father. It was never delivered. Now, in 2021, James Rutherford and Michael Guagno have created a one-man cinematic show from the text of Kafka’s letter. Presented by M-34, Fran …Read more

This Intimate Dream Journey is Lyrical Theatre at its Finest

Bobby is an introspective radio host who has four listeners, an obsession with death, and a hatred for the 6th of November. The latter is understandable, since his grandparents all died in four subsequent years on the 6th of November. (He gives all t …Read more

These one-act plays speak to the weird time in which we find ourselves right now

We’re now in a weird stage of the pandemic where some of us are wondering if we’ve lost the ability to socialize in person, some are breaking quarantine habits in favor of not losing it, and some of us are actually…well, losing it. That’s more or l …Read more

Amid a Pandemic and Other Disasters, This Award Honors Women Who Keep Creating

Every three years, the Gilder/Coigney International Theatre Award Program honors theatre women around the world. Founded in 2011, the Award promotes greater visibility for female theatre artists, supports cross-country connections, and recognizes the …Read more

New York – The Lucille Lortel Theatre today announces its upcoming guest lineup for its popular “Live at The Lortel” vir …Read more

New York, NY — The award-winning and critically-acclaimed New York City Children’s Theater (NYCCT) debuted Creative Clu …Read more

  The New Ohio Theatre will co-present The Cherry Artists’ Collective’s English-language Premiere of Hotel Good Luc …Read more


The OBIE Award winning The Fire This Time Festival (TFTT), which has been amplifying the voice of the playwrights from t …Read more

A collective of 13 theater groups and artists from across the globe will join forces for POST THEATRICAL, a festival of …Read more

Harlem9, Harlem Stage, and The Lucille Lortel Theatre (co-producers) proudly announce “CONSEQUENCES” – an inaugural, com …Read more

Eric Walton, whose one-man show Esoterica was a long-running hit Off-Broadway and a London Time’s Critic’s Pick, will co …Read more

“Live at The Lortel” brings you live YouTube interviews with artists and performers. The 2021 lineup kicked off with Whi …Read more

Cabaret favorite, Kim Smith, returns to the stage this Christmas – even if he can only be watched from the internet, he’s still not to be missed. He’s performing a livestream from Club Cumming (Alan Cumming’s downtown venue) along with pianist Tracy …Read more

Everything old can be new again with creativity. The question is how to make the traditional relevant and, more importantly, how to attract paying viewers. John Caird and Paul Gordon collaborated to create Little Miss Scrooge, a combination of Charle …Read more

One of the many wonderful venues supporting live shows in New York City is a beautiful little restaurant in the East Village called “Pangea”.  Not only is there a great restaurant in front, but as you walk to the back room, you are taken to an old wo …Read more

This women-helmed and produced dance piece is all about our need to connect

Sensucht: German for yearning, but not just any yearning. To experience sensucht is to yearn without knowing what you yearn for. A sort of homesickness for a home you have never found. C. S. Lewis called it “the secret we cannot hide and cannot tell. …Read more

On December 7, the League of Professional Theatre Women presented the 2020 LPTW Rachel Crothers Leadership Award to mult …Read more

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, but Christmas wouldn’t be the same without some fun-filled holiday productions. And while the Broadway lights are dark, there are still plenty of ways to enjoy theatre and music from the cozy comfort of your …Read more

What has playwright Roger Q Mason learned from the theatre shutdown?

OBIE Award winning The Fire This Time Festival (TFTT), in collaboration with FRIGID New York, recently launched its inaugural Alumni Spotlight to honor and amplify TFTT playwrights. The inaugural event honored Roger Q. Mason. The night opened with Ma …Read more

Micki Grant is always first in line: the first Black to write commercial jingles, to have a non-silent role in a commercial, to get a contract role on daytime television. The first woman to write the lyrics, score, and libretto for a Broadway musical …Read more

  On November 14, the Women in the Arts & Media Coalition presented the 2020 VintAge Award to Martha Richards, …Read more

  Four people. One day. Countless opportunities for screwing up. In the English-language World Premiere of A Day, written by Québecoise playwright Gabrielle Chapdelaine and translated by Josephine George, four seemingly unconnected individuals n …Read more

It was a different kind of Halloween this year-no New York’s Village Halloween Parade, no house parties, not even a lot of trick or-treaters. Many houses posted signs saying “no candy, see you next year” and put yellow barrier tape around their front …Read more

Some types of entertainment work well on Zoom; others don’t. But if there’s one thing that might just be better on Zoom than it is in person, it’s storytelling. Gone is the stage, the distance between you and the performer, and the other audience mem …Read more

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