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Ars Nova Goes Long with Rhyming Burlesque Farce Eager to Lose
It took four collaborators two years to create this idiosyncratic piece. They couldn't have done it without the help of the midtown performance space that champions new and untested work.
The Model Apartment
Excellent direction and design bring this disquieting play to life.
Two-Time Tony Winner Judith Light Joins MCC Theater's Board of Directors
Light, who has worked with MCC on Wit, Colder Than Here, and more, will step into her position immediately.
Academy Award Nominee Amy Irving to Join Herman Cornejo and Alessandra Ferri in Signature's Chéri
This new interdisciplinary work by Martha Clarke is inspired by the work of French author Colette.
Why Playwrights Horizons Isn't Talking About the Gender Imbalance in Their Current Season
The writing-driven off-Broadway theater company's 2013-2014 season includes the work of only one male playwright, and that's OK.
7 Showtunes to Sail the Sea This Columbus Day
Celebrate America's discoverer right, with sea-soaked songs of classic musical theater.
Acclaimed West End Merrily We Roll Along Makes Its Way Into US Movie Theaters
Catch Sondheim and Furth's tale of friendships across America — at cinemas from coast to coast.
Xanadu Favorites Jackie Hoffman and Mary Testa Will Reunite as Silly Witches at 54 Below
Christine Pedi and Kristine Zbornik will join the pair for a night of music and comedy.
New York City Opera Bankruptcy and the Future of City Arts Funding Discussed Among Experts at Crain's Arts & Culture Breakfast
As the famed opera company closes its doors, members of the arts community look for hope in the upcoming mayoral election.