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With soaring language and an improvisatory jazz spirit, Ruben Santiago-Hudson’s revival brings lives shaped by privation to throbbing life.
This solo show, written by Matthew Spangler and Benjamin Evett and starring Mr. Evett, is based on the poem by Samuel Taylor Coleridge.
Hundreds of manuscripts and letters held by Hamilton descendants for 200 years — some of them previously unknown — were sold at auction on Wednesday.
In “Tell Hector I Miss Him,” the young Puerto Rican playwright Paola Lázaro draws on intense personal experiences to create very human characters.
Set in a women’s prison, this production is the third and last installment of the director Phyllida Lloyd’s series of Shakespeare plays for Donmar Warehouse.
The work, an adaptation of Chekhov’s first play written by Ms. Blanchett’s husband, Andrew Upton, last week grossed just over $1 million.
The authorities in Russia questioned the performance artist Pyotr Pavlensky and his partner after an actress accused them of sexual assault.
Paul Cameron’s Hardy’s new play at the Ensemble Studio Theater focuses on two actors, one a success in pornography, the other just a journeyman player.
James Monroe Iglehart, who won a Tony Award for his performance as the Genie in “Aladdin,” will join the cast of “Hamilton” in mid-April.
This Kate Benson play is set in a Brooklyn spot that promises company and conversation, especially for a lonely woman who wants to attract a man.
This enchanting, unclassifiable show swings freely between political commentary and surrealistic comedy.
A revival of Martin McDonagh’s play features Marie Mullen as the mother, Mag; almost 20 years ago she played Maureen, Mag’s daughter.
Bucharest is home to one of only a handful of Yiddish theaters left in Europe, which remained open even as Romania was gripped by anti-Semitism during World War II.
The singer said she had been influenced by an article about how her planned appearance was heartbreaking to her gay fans.