How refreshing — a queer coming-of-age play in which the hero(ine) is not a diva, the parents are not monsters, and people are never mean, even when they’re being cruel. Lisa Kron’s warm, funny…
Isn’t “Love’s Labour’s Lost” about Berowne and Rosaline, those intelligent, articulate lovers who carry on a fierce flirtation via a battle of wit and words? Not in the version that Alex Timbers…
This well-matched pair is up for anything that helmer Sullivan throws at them in this fun show, which has no discernible theme, but a lot of nerve.
The Public Theater's annual gala in Central Park was rained out June 10, but a lot of theater people, still recovering from the June 9 Tonycast and its annual round of parties, didn't much mind…
Those crazy people at the Public really know how to have fun. “Here Lies Love,” an exuberant musical inspired by the life of Imelda Marcos and set to the pounding disco beat of a score by David Byrne…
Amid the annual onslaught of legit season announcements, the Public Theater's 2013-14 slate stands out — not so much for what's unexpected on the lineup, but for its array of projects that seem to be…
Patrick Willingham, a former exec at Blue Man Prods., has been named the new exec director of Off Broadway's Public Theater.
Andrew D. Hamingson has stepped down from his post as exec director of Off Broadway's Public Theater.
It's only logical these days for legiters to wonder whether the Public Theater is angling for a permanent Broadway outpost.
Review: ‘The Petrified Prince Joseph Papp Public Theater/Martinson Hall, New York; 167 Seats; $ 35 Top)’
It's 1807 and the mythic kingdom of Slavonia is under siege: In various parts of the Blue Forest, Napoleon is gearing up for an easy annexation, the pope is preparing to loosen the prince and his…