Victor Garber will host and Nina Arianda, Cheyenne Jackson, and Cristin Milioti are among the presenters at the CSA’s 28th annual Artios Awards ceremony Oct. 29 in New York City.
David Ives’ “All in the Timing,” consisting of six one-acts on the nature of time and language, are as sharp and funny as ever in this 20th-anniversary revival from Primary Stages.
"Danny Visconti Is Hill-bent: My Night With Hillary Clinton," a musical standup act in the Fringe Festival, is too self-consciously outrageous to succeed.
The songwriting team who are making a promising Broadway debut with “A Christmas Story” began as performance majors at the University of Michigan.
Michelle Clunie, star of TV's "Queer as Folk" and "Make It or Break It," on the satisfaction of writing her own work, seeing actors bring her words to life on stage, and performing her own pieces. Clunie's new play, "Us," is now running in New York.
Charles A. Duncombe’s “Caged,” at City Garage, is full of sharp, funny, and touching observations about the human species but is more a fascinating study than a compelling drama.
Playwright Caridad Svich and director José Zayas team up to adapt Gabriel García Márquez’s “Love in the Time of Cholera” for the stage, at Repertorio Español, with mixed results.
Samuel Beckett’s rarely performed radio play “All That Fall” becomes an overwhelming sensory experience in Pan Pan Theatre Company’s production for the BAM Next Wave Festival.
Lonette McKee disappoints in Diane Richards’ frustratingly chaotic “Sowa’s Red Gravy,” from Castillo Theatre and New Federal Theatre, about a 110-year-old Harlem-based witch.
The New York Musical Theatre Festival announced the dates and requirements for two annual competitions for musical theater creators and performers.