The City of Conversation
By Zachary Stewart · May 6, 2014

Guess who's not coming to dinner: Washington politics devours an American family.

Sea Marks
By Pete Hempstead · May 5, 2014

Love letters, Irish romance, and a fisherman's poetry come ashore at Irish Repertory Theatre.

Forbidden Broadway Comes Out Swinging!
By Zachary Stewart · May 5, 2014

Woody Allen, Idina Menzel, and Neil Patrick Harris all get a roasting in the latest incarnation of this popular satirical Broadway revue.

The Rivals
By Pete Hempstead · May 5, 2014

Richard Brinsley Sheridan's classic comedy of manners comes to The Pearl — malaprops and all.

By David Gordon · May 5, 2014

Astoria Performing Arts Center presents this rarely seen Rodgers & Hammerstein musical.

The Love of the Nightingale
By Barbara Mackay · May 5, 2014

Constellation Theatre Company revisits the Greeks.

An Octoroon
By Zachary Stewart · May 4, 2014

Something old, something new, something borrowed, and something black: Branden Jacobs-Jenkins puts a new twist on an old American play.

Under My Skin
By Hayley Levitt · May 2, 2014

The Nanny TV writers Robert Sternin and Prudence Fraser critique the American health care system with thick accents and sexual innuendos.

Here Lies Love
By Zachary Stewart · May 1, 2014

David Byrne and Fatboy Slim's bio-musical about Imelda Marcos returns to New York City.

The Fabulous Miss Marie
By Zachary Stewart · May 1, 2014

Tonya Pinkins leads a stellar cast in this revival Ed Bullins' party play.