Middle of the Night
By Zachary Stewart · Feb 25, 2014 · New York City

Paddy Chayefsky's 1954 play about an intergenerational romance is surprisingly relevant.

Kung Fu
By David Gordon · Feb 24, 2014 · New York City, Off-Broadway

David Henry Hwang's new drama examines the early years of late martial-arts star Bruce Lee.

London Wall
By Pete Hempstead · Feb 24, 2014 · Off-Broadway

John Van Druten's trenchant play about office politics comes to the Mint Theater Company.

By Carolyn Clay · Feb 23, 2014 · Boston

Peter M. Floyd's new play tracks dementia.

The Bridges of Madison County
By David Gordon · Feb 20, 2014 · New York City, Broadway

Kelli O'Hara and Steven Pasquale star in Jason Robert Brown and Marsha Norman's superb musical adaptation of Robert James Waller's bestselling novella.

By Zachary Stewart · Feb 20, 2014 · New York City

Nineteenth century Irish women are at the center of this musical about a prison ship taking female convicts to Australia.

Death of a Salesman
By Carolyn Clay · Feb 20, 2014 · Boston

The Lyric pays homage to the Lomans.

Nellie McKay: Nellie With a Z
By Zachary Stewart · Feb 20, 2014 · New York City

The old and the new dance a strange and thrilling pas de deux in the singer-songwriter's Café Carlyle debut.

Love and Information
By David Gordon · Feb 19, 2014 · New York City, Off-Broadway

New York Theatre Workshop presents Caryl Churchill's latest work, a series of nearly 60 playlets with 100 characters performed by 15 actors.

The Music Man
By Evan Henerson · Feb 19, 2014 · Long Beach

"76 Trombones" march into Long Beach.

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