Jesse Eisenberg is ready to chat
Jesse Eisenberg stars in his own play
Jesse Eisenberg's new sitcom-y play gets mounted by Rattlestick
Pay Marva Whitney what you owe her. Photo courtesy of Marva Whitney/Soulpower Inc.In this week's Village Voice, Tom Hull's new Jazz Consumer Guide salutes bassists of all stripes, while Phillip Mlynar profiles funk legend and former James Brown protégé Marva Whitney.
Jay Scheib adapts Samuel R. Delany's epic science-fiction classic Dhalgren
If you want to catch The Mentor Project at Cherry Lane Theater, or a Flamenca performance at Lucille Lortel Theater, you can grab a substantial dinner at Employees Only before the show. The cocktail bar and restaurant has just instituted an early bird prix fixe, with seating at 6 p.m., for those who ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archivesMay 2, 1963, Vol. VIII, No. 28Theatre News"Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" playwright Edward Albee's first Broadway entry, has six new awards this week to support its reputation. Voted best play of the season by the Drama Critics Circle, "Who's ... More >>
Missing Man, Ariel View, Keep Your Eyes Open, and more
Another year of weak work at NYC's biggest theater fest
Fringe Fest roundup: Featuring Poe, the Olsens, and the disembodied head of Sam Walton
Fringe Festival roundup: Gay penguins, fart jokes, Oingo Boingo, macramé, and more
'You Can Make a Fresh Start With Your Final Breath'