As play titles go, “brownsville song (b-side for tray)” won't set off a stampede at the Lincoln Center Theater box office. That's too bad, because Kimber Lee's heartfelt drama about the brief life…
Isn't it just a bit ironic that “Stop Hitting Yourself,” the Rude Mechs' pointed (if only fitfully funny) satire of American materialism, should be playing in the grand surroundings of Lincoln…
Talk about shows that appeal to niche audiences! Daniel Pearle's new play, “A Kid Like Jake,” should captivate yuppie parents from upscale urban neighborhoods who are obsessed with getting their…
Ayad Akhtar's play “Disgraced,” which preemed at Chicago's American Theater Company before an Off Broadway run at Lincoln Center Theater, has snagged the 2013 Pulitzer Prize for drama. Play, which…
LCT3, Lincoln Center's workshop lab for incubating new theatrical talent, opens its fourth season with the kind of show that workshops are made for -- a promising play that isn't quite there yet.
Showcases aren't just for hungry producers sniffing around for fresh material; they can also help emerging playwrights spot the flaws in their works-in-progress.
Strong writing, powerful performances, and flawless helming soften the blunt impact of "When I Come to Die."
Lincoln Center Theater's LCT3 has skedded a summer run for "4000 Miles," a new play by Amy Herzog to be toplined by Mary Louise Wilson.
Written in the mannered Restoration style of the period, the pastiche gets carried away by its own cleverness.
The virgin production from LCT3, Lincoln Center's ambitious attempt to disconnect the kids from their electronic lifelines and get them into a legit theater, is a hip-hop musical, "Clay," written and…