Collaborating with composer and lyricist Tom Kitt, Cameron Crowe brings his semi-autobiographical film about a teenage music journalist in the 1970s to Broadway.
Ralph Fiennes plays domineering urban planner Robert Moses in David Hare’s information-heavy but inert play at the Shed.
Corey Hawkins and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II star as clashing brothers in the Broadway revival of Suzan-Lori Parks’s Pulitzer-winning play, which now feels out of step with our times.
Ephraim Birney and his father, Reed Birney, star in this play at the Irish Repertory Theatre about a severely wounded patient and his psychiatrist, who is tasked with helping him face the magnitude of his disability.
This revival of August Wilson’s Pulitzer-winning play stars Danielle Brooks, Samuel L. Jackson and John David Washington as members of the Charles family, who fall into conflict over a prized yet traumatic heirloom.
Wendell Pierce leads a stellar cast in the first Broadway revival of Arthur Miller’s play to center a black family in this tale of decline and despair.
This compelling production of the Peter Stone and Sherman Edwards musical uses a convincing race and gender swapped cast to draw attention to the dehumanization of women and black people present in the nation’s founding.
The “Glee” star brings new light to the role of Fanny Brice in the Broadway revival of Barbra Streisand’s vocal showcase.
Tom Stoppard’s heart-wrenching play stars David Krumholtz, Faye Castelow and Seth Numrich as generations of a Viennese high-society clan gradually decimated by wars, the Holocaust and time.
Bianca ‘b’ Norwood is extraordinary in this sometimes fantastical story of a splintered household of immigrants coping with death and loss.
Luba Mason and Caesar Samayoa star in Michael John LaChiusa and Ellen Fitzhugh’s moving two-person musical about a poor Southern Californian and a Mexican immigrant whose lives eventually intersect.
Rita Kalnejais’s play starring Uly Schlesinger, Francesca Carpanini, Austin Pendleton and Angelina Fiordellisi blends a naturalistic period narrative with stylized effects to tell the tale of a young Nazi soldier and his French lover.
This profoundly moving one-man show stars David Strathairn as a Catholic man in Poland who was one of the first to report to authorities the true atrocities of the Holocaust.
After Covid-19-related delays, the world’s longest-running and largest amateur production—a retelling of Jesus’s entry into Jerusalem, trial and crucifixion—is running once again and trying to improve upon its controversial history.
Actor Kate Berlant’s stage memoir showcases her shapeshifting abilities and contemporary comedic skills, while Ed. Weinberger’s pair of new one-act sketches starring Hal Linden and Bernie Kopell is a pleasurable blast from the past.
The Public Theater’s Public Works staging of Shakespeare in the Park at the Delacorte Theater is an audience-pleasing musical adaptation of the classic comedy featuring Rebecca Naomi Jones and Ato Blankson-Wood alongside amateurs from the community.
Asad Mecci, the hypnotist, and Colin Mochrie of ‘Whose Line Is It Anyway’ join forces in this improvisational audience-participation extravaganza where volunteers perform while under mind control.
Emily Skinner stars in the Barrington Stage Company’s production of the Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler classic, staged by Julianne Boyd in her final season as artistic director.
Cornelius Smith Jr. stars as the famed abolitionist in this musical at Arena Stage in Washington that adapts Douglass’s rousing writings to tell his life story with vigor and delicacy.
With music by Elton John and lyrics by Shaina Taub, this Chicago stage adaptation of Lauren Weisberger’s bestselling novel lacks much of the charm of the famous film version.