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Featured Shows

72 Miles to Go...
72 Miles to Go...
Coronavirus. The Democratic primaries. The crashing stock market. With so many major issues facing us now, not to mention the daily struggles of just getting through the day, it’s been sadly too easy to forget… [more]

A Solidier's Play
A Solidier's Play
Where were you in ’82? If you were lucky enough to be sitting in Theatre Four watching the Off-Broadway premiere of Charles Fuller’s “A Soldier’s Play,” you might have thought you were witnessing the emergence… [more]

All the Natalie Portmans
All the Natalie Portmans
An African-American family tries its best to handle a hardscrabble existence, addiction and complex family relationships. On paper, C.A. Johnson’s “All the Natalie Portmans,” now being presented by MCC Theater, sounds slightly formulaic. Fortunately, the… [more]

Cambodian Rock Band
Cambodian Rock Band
“Cambodia is just a dark spot on the map,” says one of the primary characters in Lauren Yee’s “Cambodian Rock Band,” now making a long-overdue NYC premiere at the Pershing Square Signature Center. And while… [more]

Chekhov/Tolstoy: Love Stories
Chekhov/Tolstoy: Love Stories
Russian interference is definitely a problem in our political world, but theatrically, one usually eagerly awaits a visit from that nation’s great literary masters, notably Anton Chekhov and Leo Tolstoy. However, in the case of… [more]

Girl From the North Country
Girl From the North Country
The world is full of natural, if not altogether obvious, matches. (Think chocolate and peanut butter, perhaps.) Now, add to that list the great Irish playwright Conor McPherson and the singular American songwriter (and Nobel… [more]

Grand Horizons
Grand Horizons
“Love and marriage. Love and marriage. Goes together like a horse and carriage.” Frank Sinatra might have sung those now-immortal words, but the very talented playwright Bess Wohl takes issue with those lyrics in her… [more]

Jagged Little Pill
Jagged Little Pill
Audiences should be prepared to swallow a supersized dose of angst if they choose to attend “Jagged Little Pill,” the new musical at the Broadhurst Theatre, which takes its inspiration – and the majority of… [more]

Macbeth
Macbeth
Why exactly are a gaggle of teenage girls, dressed in Scottish-inspired school uniforms, running around an oddly decorated field re-enacting William Shakespeare’s “Macbeth,” occasionally breaking out a cell phone to record a video or take… [more]

Medea
Medea
“Medea. I’ve just met a girl named Medea.” Or so you would think that might happen within a few minutes of entering BAM’s Harvey Theater, where Australian writer-director Simon Stone has put his singular stamp… [more]

Miss America's Ugly Daughter
Miss America's Ugly Daughter
Most of us have been taught not to speak ill of the dead (at least in the public), but that old prohibition has been completely ignored by Barra Grant. In her onstage memoir, “Miss America’s… [more]

My Name Is Lucy Barton
My Name Is Lucy Barton
The feeling of being alienated from one’s family – more precisely, feeling like an alien to the people who raised you – is universal enough that it helped propel Elizabeth Strout’s novel “My Name is… [more]

The Confession of Lily Dare
The Confession of Lily Dare
While the masks of comedy and tragedy are universal in the theater world, the legendary Charles Busch has sported the symbols of comedy and melodrama with singular panache for decades. Fortunately, that winning if unlikely… [more]

The Headlands
The Headlands
What we know, what we think we know, what we’re not supposed to know – these are not only truths we deal with in our everyday lives, but the hallmarks of any good mystery story.… [more]

The Unsinkable Molly Brown
The Unsinkable Molly Brown
Most people today know Molly Brown (if at all) from her appearance in the 1997 film blockbuster “Titanic” (where she was portrayed by Kathy Bates) than from Meredith Willson’s musical “The Unsinkable Molly Brown,” which… [more]

West Side Story
West Side Story
“Boy, boy, crazy boy.” That was the nearly unanimous reaction to Dutch director Ivo van Hove’s announcement that he would be tackling the classic, uber-American 1956 musical “West Side Story.” Projections instead of traditional scenery?… [more]