Brooklyn

Walking With Dinosaurs Walks the Red Carpet With the Dinosaur Feathered Fashion Show
By Bethany Rickwald · Jul 18, 2014

Because nothing says high fashion (or science!) like feathers.

In the Park
By Pete Hempstead · May 15, 2014

Edgar Oliver debuts his new solo performance piece at the Axis Theatre.

The Velocity of Autumn, Starring Estelle Parsons, Opens on Broadway Tonight
By Zachary Stewart · Apr 21, 2014

Eric Coble's two-hander about a Molotov-cocktail-wielding septuagenarian also stars Stephen Spinella.

King Lear
By Zachary Stewart · Mar 27, 2014

Theatre for a New Audience offers a solid entry in 2014's battle of the Lears.

Real Estate Drama: The Trials and Tribulations of Building New Theaters in New York City
By Zachary Stewart · Jan 24, 2014

Catherine Russell and Jonathan Solari both want to build new theaters in the Big Apple, but they have very different ideas about how to do it.

King Lear
By Zachary Stewart · Jan 17, 2014

A new production of a Shakespearean classic comes to Brooklyn via Chinchester.

A Midsummer Night's Dream
By Zachary Stewart · Nov 3, 2013

Julie Taymor breaks in Theatre for a New Audience's new home with this stunningly beautiful and wickedly funny new production.

RoosevElvis
By Zachary Stewart · Oct 14, 2013

With intelligence and athletic theatricality, the TEAM takes on America's 26th president and the king of rock and roll.

Dirty Underwear, The Musical? Banksy Brings Broadway to Brooklyn
By Tyler Martins · Oct 4, 2013

Street artist Banksy hits Brooklyn with a much-needed Broadway makeover.

The Wild Bride
By Zachary Stewart · Feb 27, 2013
Kneehigh Theatre returns to St. Ann's Warehouse to tell a story of unspeakable ugliness with beautiful music, arresting design, and athletic theatricality.