La vie bohème seen in dark shadows.
Neil LaBute's new comedy makes its world premiere at MCC Theater.
Ivo Van Hove brings his adaptation of Ingmar Bergman's film to the States.
Suburbia comes to The Flea Theater in all its Astroturfed absurdity.
A very traditional-looking production of Anton Chekov's classic has some surprisingly modern undertones.
Legendary theater director Peter Brook looks at the neurological condition known as synesthesia.
Vietnam veteran Walter Anderson makes his playwriting debut with an exploration of military life after the battlefield.
Big stars are set to perform in this Broadway revival of A.R. Gurney's most popular play.
Profiles Theatre takes on twisted relationships in Neil LaBute's follow-up to Reasons to Be Pretty
A true original of cabaret sits down for a National Endowment for the Arts-sponsored residency at the Public Theater's Joe's Pub.
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