This initial, mind-frisking comedy from Clubbed Thumb’s Summerworks festival is a reminder of the particular pleasures of warm-weather goofiness.
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The aftermath of the Fukushima disaster infiltrates the lives of a young couple in Toshiki Okada’s spare, affecting play
Marina Carr’s blistering play seems ideal for this cathartic cultural moment. Its Irish Repertory Theater production is a missed opportunity.
Twelve angry men and women await the return of a missing corpse in a revival of Stephen Adly Guirgis’s dark comedy.
Rajiv Joseph’s sprawling drama was among the Off Broadway productions and performers honored at a ceremony Monday night.
The play, created and directed by Theodora Skipitares, intertwines Lorca’s “Blood Wedding” with the stories of Eric Garner and others killed by the police.
Ms. Morison was a star of the musical stage in “Kiss Me, Kate” and “The King and I.”
A brief history in five musicals — and a rating system of disco-dancing emojis.
The author of “Dance Nation” talks about her show and female adolescence, as it plays out in dressing rooms and daydreams.
This fall’s music, theater and dance performances will be the last ones overseen by Joseph V. Melillo, an impresario at the institution since 1983.
Erin Markey’s disciplined performance piece, a collaboration with Emily Davis, examines the dissolving boundaries of intense intimacy.
His films and stage work angered Communist officials, but he was embraced abroad and seen as an inspiration for the Romanian New Wave.
Ms. Rossellini’s latest show explores animals’ thoughts and behaviors using puppets, videos — and, yes, an adorable dog.
Paris is full of exhibitions and talks to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the student uprising. But the theater world’s contribution has been remarkably subdued.
Pregnancy and child birth get laughs in Chiara Atik’s sketch-comedy-inspired play.
Mr. Campanella found his stride on television as a frequent guest star, playing doctors, lawyers, criminals, cops and judges.
Previews, openings and some last-chance picks.
The new Fiasco Theater production will be staged by the Roundabout Theater Company next winter.
Selections from the warm-weather season, including Shakespeare favorites and new plays and musicals in development.
The French actress will star in a play by Florian Zeller on a roster that also includes a musical based on “The Secret Life of Bees.”
The Spanish film star and theater director was known for taking chances in her politics, in her private life and on the stage.
His dark works avoided the stereotype of a rural Irish utopia, instead exploring subjects like the county’s famine and its history of emigration.
The play, based on an Isaac Bashevis Singer story, was a tale of empowerment in the midst of feminism’s second wave.
Find the character in the words on the page, he instructed Kevin Kline, Glenn Close, James Gandolfini, Rachel Weisz and others.
A Brooklyn theater company is staging the Arthur Miller play on the waterfront of working-class Red Hook.
The performing arts center plans to assemble some of the world’s top ballet companies and performers for its ambitious 2018-19 season.
The stage version of “Jagged Little Pill” sets a story steeped in hot-button issues like opiate addiction and gender identity to the singer’s raw 1995 album.
The first act will depict Ms. Steinem’s life and career; the second will be a “talking circle” for the audience.
England’s hardest-working actress finally gets her star moment in America, playing Mary Tyrone in “Long Day’s Journey Into Night.”