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CARTOON: Compromising With Your Partner Can Be Really Hard (Especially When It Comes to Broadway)

We can't tell you what to see, but this cartoon just might make the experience a little more bearable.

Choir Boy Playwright Tarell Alvin McCraney Wins 2013 MacArthur Fellowship

The Chicago-based playwright will receive $625,000 as one of this year's "genius grant" recipients.

Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen Are at It Again: The Sirs Take Coney Island

Not only is their friendship better than any of yours, they're also better New Yorkers.

Marlo Thomas Rejoins the Cast of Joe DiPietro's Clever Little Lies at George Street Playhouse

The production, originally scheduled for the New Jersey theater's 2012-13 season, will receive its world premiere this November.

Philip Goes Forth

Jerry Ruiz's elegant staging of this 1931 play pulls a low-stakes middle-class drama off the page.

Waiting for Godot

This production of the Samuel Beckett classic uses Yiddish to give compelling specificity to a universal plot.

From Far Away Places to American Horror Story: A Candid Conversation with Patti LuPone

The two-time Tony Award winner takes on Kurt Weill, Mayor Bloomberg, Lena Dunham, a coven of witches, and Carnegie Hall.

Classic Stage Company's Romeo & Juliet to Begin Performances One Day Later Than Previously Announced

The production, starring Elizabeth Olsen and Julian Cihi, will now kick off on September 28.

The West Wing Presidential Aide Dulé Hill and His After Midnight Costars Performed for Barack Obama Yesterday

Bryonha Marie Parham, Carmen Ruby Floyd, and Rosena M. Hill Jackson also sang for the President and First Lady.