This year’s vibrant Under the Radar festival at the Public Theater offers deeply compelling personal stories, with several examining relationships with absent parents.
Bartlett Sher’s luminous new production of Fiddler on the Roof brings a special grace and a haunting context to this Broadway classic.
Two heartfelt new plays explore the challenges of parenthood, fidelity, and aging in two-dad households.
Three irresistible new musicals are attracting new audiences to Broadway this holiday season.
An all-female Henry IV features stellar performances and agile ensemble work, but what insight does it provide into the play itself?
Two bold works, King Charles III and First Daughter Suite, imagine the personal lives of first families on both sides of the Atlantic.
Benedict Cumberbatch plays the sanest Dane you’ll ever see in Shakespeare’s most celebrated tragedy.
Theatre Exile and playwright Bruce Graham bring a controversial Philadelphia figure back to pulsating life.
Cicely Tyson (90) and James Earl Jones (84) are acting up a storm on Broadway. And they’re not the only ones.
Deaf West Theatre brings a thrilling revival of Spring Awakening to Broadway.