This offbeat songbook musical of radically rearranged Bacharach tunes, masterfully staged by Stephen Hoggett, maintains a shapely theatrical presence even when it overdoes it.
New York Theater Workshop
Lots of luck marketing “Soul Doctor” to a general audience. This worshipful musical biography of Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach, the so-called “Rock Star Rabbi” credited with infusing Jewish music with the…
The Tony Awards Administration committee has decided to open up eligibility for its annual Regional Theater Award to New York legit companies. Kudo, the recipient of which is selected every year by…
A world premiere by Edward Albee and the U.S. bow of Caryl Churchill's new play are among notable additions to Off Broadway's 2013-14 lineup.
Christmas is always a good time to go crazy, even for a young expat couple living the sweet life in Paris. The unnerving play “Belleville,” from white-hot legit scribe Amy Herzog, is a daring…
"Red Dog Howls," the new play by Alexander Dinelaris at New York Theater Workshop about the generational aftereffects of unspeakable tragedy, is unflinching, thought-provoking, and harrowing.
Current Tony contender "Once" and much-lauded play "Sons of the Prophet" took the top prizes at the Off Broadway-centric Lucille Lortel Awards.
Once is not enough: "Once" is that rare kind of musical which theater lovers will want to see again.
Watching astonishing young actress Carey Mulligan lose her mind in 90 minutes is ample reason to see the Atlantic Theater Company's disquieting production of "Through a Glass Darkly."
In downtown theater, Elevator Repair Service has long been dubbed an Important Company, earning an adventurous reputation with wild, literary-minded experiments like a 6½ hour adaptation of "The…
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