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Everyday comes depressing news from the Mideast.  And now, finally, some pleasant news! A troupe of Egyptian musicians gets lost in Israel and is warmly welcomed by townspeople living in the middle of nowhere. Last season The Band’s Visit played at T …Read more


Playing at the historic Studio 54 Theatre, John Leguizamo’s Latin History for Morons is a high-energy, well-researched one-man show in which Leguizamo strives to show his young son (voiced by Leguizamo as well) that there are Latino heroes past and p …Read more


Few stage performances have been as definitive as Cathy Rigby’s portrayal of Peter Pan. Her work as the eternal boy must’ve shaped the lives of countless children who in Rigby saw their wildest adventures come to vibrant life onstage. By the time she …Read more


From Newsies to Mary Poppins, Andrew Keenan-Bolger is a bona fide scene-stealer who imbues his characters with the right amount of sensitivity and charm. It’s no wonder he’s set to play a modern Santa in Kris Kringle The Musical. We spoke to him abou …Read more


It’s been said that people congregate in kitchens at dinner parties because the food-prep area is a “backstage” space, somewhere where folks can be their authentic selves. In the kitchen, you don’t need to put forward the formal, public persona you u …Read more


Created and written by Carlo D’Amore and directed by Collin Blackard, The Trial of Typhoid Mary 1915 is a fascinating, educational and emotionally moving experience. Set in the lower level of Lucky Jack’s on the Lower East Side, the play transforms t …Read more


A Pride and Prejudice that incites the senses and decries stuffy sensibility? Bring it. Or rather, bring them. Presented by Hudson Valley Shakespeare Company and Primary Stages in a co-production at The Cherry Lane Theatre, Kate Hamill’s take on the …Read more


A romantic comedy with more than just the usual misadventures and misunderstandings, Hot Mess, now playing at the Jerry Orbach Theater at The Theater Center, offers us so much more baggage. Young lovers Elanor (Lucy DeVito) and Max (Max Crumm) are ju …Read more


Actually, now playing at the Studio at Stage II at New York City Center, comes at a bleak time in the landscape of sexual politics. This moment is bleak not because things like abuse or rape have been nonexistent until now, but because the world now …Read more


Two couples battling through life in New York City take center stage in Jack Goes Boating, written by Bob Glaudini and presented by The Seeing Place Theater and director Erin Cronican. The charming script has many juicy acting opportunities, though t …Read more


Certainly an all-too-relatable play, What We’re Up Against, directed by Adrienne Campbell-Holt and now playing at the WP Theater, relies very heavily on its dialogue. Fast-paced and yet annoyingly overly verbose at times, this well-structured play by …Read more


The Life and Times of Lee Harvey Oswald at La MaMa ETC presented by the Czechoslovak-American Marionette Theatre and GOH Productions is a totally charming and interesting evening of theater. Notably, the work is less so a marionette or puppet show an …Read more


Unless you are a math whiz or a business major, you may be bewildered by the financial concepts that are the underpinnings of Junk, the new play at Lincoln Center by Pulitzer-winning playwright Ayad Akhtar (Disgraced). However, as the play unfolds, y …Read more


“I need an objective. I need an arc. Life is short. I don’t want bitterness to eat me alive.” While this line is spoken by the lovelorn Atalanta early on in The Portuguese Kid, MTC’s new John Patrick Shanley work recently extended by popular demand t …Read more


We sat down with the cast and playwright of Afterglow, a sexy new play that focuses on the relationship between three men trying to navigate love and sex in the era of PrEP, open relationships and hookup apps. Actors Brandon Haagenson, Patrick Reilly …Read more


Adam Kantor and Betsy Wolfe will headline Women of Notes, a celebration of female composers from Dolly Parton to Mary Rodgers, put together by The New York Pops. Kantor is best known for his work in the recent revival of Fiddler on the Roof, Next to …Read more


After a critically acclaimed run in New York during the last quarter of 2016, Drew Droege is bringing his one man show Bright Colors And Bold Patterns back for a limited run at the Soho Playhouse. The hilarious play, directed by Michael Urie, centers …Read more


  Whether playing an a cappella sensation on Glee, an aspiring actor in The Canyons, or a rock star in Bye Bye Birdie, Nolan Gerard Funk knows how to deliver the vocals and the star presence to go with them. In the film adaptation of Michael Joh …Read more


Normally, if someone tries to explain a joke, it’s not as funny. But the dissection of a pratfall happens to be even funnier than the actual act in the hands of Jos Houben who, along with fellow physical theatre artist, Marcello Magni, present a pair …Read more


In William Nicholson’s play Shadowlands, Oxford scholar and Christian writer C.S. Lewis (known to his friends as Jack) meets the much younger and much more abrasive Joy Davidman. Joy is a Jewish New Yorker, ex-Communist, and Christian convert; and at …Read more


Solstice Party!, presented by Live Source Theatre Group, poses an interesting question over the course of its examination of true love (which never did run smooth): Is love a midsummer nightmare or an edible weed trip? In this play at A.R.T./New York …Read more


The popcorn was popping and all the West Side was abuzz when the red carpet was rolled out at Cinépolis Chelsea on November 6th, for the world premiere of Hello Again, the long-awaited SPEAKproductions film adaptation of Michael John LaChiusa’s celeb …Read more


Do you think you would know if someone is about to commit a mass atrocity? What exactly is the type of person who would commit such an act? How far would you go to connect to another human being you believe to be in trouble? These are questions prese …Read more


Known as the “Elephant Man,” Joseph Merrick (whom the Gallery Players’ version of the play The Elephant Man together with the David Lynch film call John Merrick), was a severely deformed man and a Victorian-era curiosity, first as a traveling freak s …Read more


A rose of a show is up at The Tank, Wood Calls Out To Wood, written by Corinne Donly and directed by Sarah Hughes. A work of such generous inquiry and soft choices is a blessing to patient spirits. The complicated profundity of it will wash over you …Read more


Presented by the Keen Company and set in a small map store on the oldest street in an American city, Steven Dietz’s Lonely Planet is an intimate portrait of two friends at the height of the HIV/AIDS epidemic. In this play directed by Jonathan Silvers …Read more


The Big Apple Circus has been thrilling audiences for four decades and this, their 40th anniversary season, is no exception. Under the grand but intimate big top at Lincoln Center, magic unfolds in the form of world-class performers, laughs are had b …Read more


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