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An off-off, well performed, hidden gem of New York.
Get ready to be graced with royalty—on April 27th at 11:30 p.m., Vodka Stinger and The Martha Rayes are making a triumphant return to Feinstein’s 54 Below in what will surely be a night of sophistication (and booze).
Let's talk about sex, cause this show does.
Taxi-style scenes with depth and emotional richness in 1970's Pittsburgh.
Allison Janney shines in this classic 90's play.
It doesn't get fresher and more relevant than this! Frontrunner for Best Musical 2017.
Vanity Fair at the Pearl Theatre Co. breaks playwright and actress Kate Hamill’s rule where there have to be more roles for women than men. She is keenly aware of the dearth of shows that center around women. It’s the main reason she began creating plays herself.
For Broadway actors and authors Kate Wetherhead and Andrew Keenan-Bolger, their writing projects were born out of frustration with the uncertainties in the acting world which in turn have helped them appreciate it again.
If you’re planning a trip to the real life La La Land, pop in your headphones and listen to some of our favorite L.A. theatre podcasts for a look into the Golden State’s shining performing scene.
Broadway certainly has a diversity conundrum, and thankfully industry leaders like Ron Simons are changing the face of theater today, literally.
In the YesBroadway interview with Ben Folds he tells Annie Schiffmann he has no idea that his sound is on Broadway - but he isn’t surprised.
When Pasek + Paul were writing a musical about teenage boys, were they influenced by the music they were listening to as teenage boys?