Neighbourhood Watch
By Carolyn Clay · Feb 11, 2014 · Boston

Zeitgeist visits Ayckbourn's suburban police state.

The Unlikely Ascent of Sybil Stevens
By Zachary Stewart · Feb 10, 2014 · New York City

What if you were the only survivor of a massive plane crash?

Mother Courage and Her Children
By Keith Loria · Feb 10, 2014 · Washington, DC

Kathleen Turner stars as one tough Mother.

The Tribute Artist
By Hayley Levitt · Feb 9, 2014 · New York City

Death and real estate take center stage in Charles Busch's newest gender-bending comedy.

Sex Tips for Straight Women From a Gay Man
By Pete Hempstead · Feb 9, 2014 · Off-Broadway

Up, twist, over, and down. A popular sex instruction manual gets its first mounting off-Broadway.

Above the Fold
By Jonas Schwartz · Feb 8, 2014 · Los Angeles

Former journalist Bernard Weinraub's new play exposes race relations and journalistic integrity in the new millennium.

Twelfth Night
By Zachary Stewart · Feb 7, 2014 · New York City

Shipwrecks, drag, and Balkan brass: Philadelphia's Pig Iron Theatre Company brings their athletic and musical vision of Shakespeare to the Lower East Side.

Bronx Bombers
By David Gordon · Feb 6, 2014 · New York City, Broadway

The New York Yankees take on Broadway in Eric Simonson's new drama.

Little Me
By Zachary Stewart · Feb 6, 2014 · New York City

Christian Borle stars in an uproariously funny City Center Encores! production of the 1962 musical comedy.

The Woodsman
By Hayley Levitt · Feb 6, 2014 · New York City

L. Frank Baum's tale of the Tin Woodsman comes to 59E59 Theaters, puppets in tow.

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