Life on the boarder is deconstructed in Theater Mitu's collaborative melding of history, politics, and performance.
Robert O'Hara's new comedy at Playwrights Horizons explores growing up gay and black in America.
Lauren Gunderson theatricalizes the story of German painter Rudolf Bauer and the inauspicious end of his career at 59E59 Theaters.
A mélange of cultures fills the streets of a Queens neighborhood.
The Tony winner's new cabaret shows off her big, brassy talent.
Broadway's most seasoned understudy claims a well-deserved spotlight as she ushers in a new golden age of musical theater.
The Hypocrites stage an epic Grecian feast.
Ten lives in one room — in '70s fashion.
The American melting pot reaches its boiling point in Elizabeth Irwin's new bilingual drama.
Impossible dreams in the land of the free.
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