In her stage debut (The Village Bike), Greta Gerwig tours new realms of female desire.
In Red Bull revival, a couple vow to love, honor, and destroy
With ineptitudes removed, just another drippy musical
MCC mounts Sharr White's look at brain disease and family
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 >>
Cue the crazy piano!
Credit: David Rodgers Playwright and actor Charles Busch has just opened his latest play, The Third Story--an MCC production at the Lucille Lortel Theatre that counts Kathleen Turner among its fine cast. On the occasion of the new piece, which naturally features Busch in copious amounts of female ... More >>
A local playwright takes Oscar Wilde to Joan Riverss House
Festive fun that's both naughty and nice
Huge ensembles and one-person shows, history and the future, dada and packing tape
From protests to plays and films to forums, New York 'makes nice' with the RNC
The famous librettist, sans Sullivan, is most engaging with a play that's so old it's new again
Jean-Paul Sartre's Men Without Shadows; Jenny Lyn Bader's None of the Above; Molière's Don Juan
Bartlett Sher Helms Molière for TFANA
He Stoops to Conquer