Kirsten Greenidge’s time-spanning “Luck of the Irish,” from LCT3/Lincoln Center Theater, is an astute play about race and class in 20th-century America with top-notch performances.
“Sherlock’s Last Case,” Charles Marowitz’s 1984 spoof of Arthur Conan Doyle’s iconic detective Sherlock Holmes, proves a wobbly vehicle in the Group Rep’s underpowered production.
A gaggle of well-meaning quacks surrounds a most interesting love triangle in George Bernard Shaw’s “The Doctor’s Dilemma,” and A Noise Within’s revival is a thing of beauty.
Lauren Molina who stars in "Nobody Loves You" at Second Stage chats about the differences between revivals and new work, crazy auditions, and taking off her clothes onstage.
“Accessible” has become a dirty word where Shakespeare is concerned, but the Acting Company’s production of “As You Like It,” at the New Victory, exuberantly livens up the Bard.
Backstage member Tara Battani is a SAG-AFTRA actor who earned her B.A. in theater from St. Edward’s University in Austin, Tex., and has since booked several roles as a result of reading Backstage.
Peggy Shaw’s “Ruff,” about her 2011 stroke, part of P.S. 122’s Coil Festival, is playful and moving, a surprising, multidimensional exploration of a uniquely human burden, the mind.
Edward Albee, Judith Malina, and John Clancy spoke to independent theater artists at the Living Theatre in NYC to introduce "nickel" fundraising plan.
Hundreds were in attendance when the 2012 New York Innovation Theater Awards took over the Kaye Playhouse at Hunter College on Monday night. The IT Awards, now in their tenth year, were created in 2005 to celebrate New York City’s Off-Off-Broadway theater community. Performer Sky Seals kicked off the ...
Five Lesbian Brothers, the Theatre Development Fund, and Astoria Performing Arts Center will receive honorary awards at this year's New York Innovative Theatre Awards in September.