Jon Kern’s depressingly shallow comedy “Modern Terrorism,” at Second Stage Theatre, never escapes its sitcom setup but unaccountably won the Laurents/Hatcher Foundation Award for playwriting.
Edward Albee’s “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” may be 50 years old, but you’d never guess it from Steppenwolf’s jolting Broadway revival starring Tracy Letts and Amy Morton.
Bruce Graham’s “The Outgoing Tide” is a poignant family drama, given an estimable if imperfect production with Michael Learned and Peter Strauss as a long-married couple facing Alzheimer’s.
Anthony Warlow has played billionaire Oliver Warbucks Down Under before, but he sees this production as an opportunity to put a different stamp on the role.
Director/writer/performer Ben Rimalower shares how he turned his obsession with Patti LuPone into a hit one-man show.
“Disgraced,” Ayad Akhtar’s trenchant and treacherous new play, part of Lincoln Center Theater’s LCT3 project, effectively engages uncomfortable issues of race, culture, and religion.
“Dukus,” Target Margin’s largely successful reworking at the Brick of a 1925 play about a duke who converts to Judaism and embraces martyrdom, is nonrealistic and savagely comic.
Erich Bergen and Rachel York display triple-threat musical comedy skills in the national tour of Roundabout Theatre’s Tony Award–winning revival of Cole Porter’s “Anything Goes.”
"Independents," with a book by Marina Keegan, at the New York Fringe Festival, is a beautifully crafted musical about the doubts and fears of 20-somethings.
Hundreds of students took to the Broadhurst Theater stage Monday morning, making their Broadway debut before their peers, educators and supporters, as part of Broadway Junior Celebration.