comedy

It's Only a Play
Big stars spend two hours and 40 minutes talking about less famous people in this revival of Terrence McNally's self-aware backstage comedy.
5 of Our Favorite Parodies Now on Stage
From Saved by the Bell to Snow White, nothing is sacred off-Broadway.
Jose Batista-Ayala Cruises to the East Village With His New Show
The Cruising Monologues will play for one night at the Nuyorican Poets Cafe.
NYMF 2014: Deployed; Somewhere With You; Valueville
This is TheaterMania's second roundup of reviews for the 2014 New York Musical Theatre Festival.
Kathleen Marshall Is Living on Love With Her Williamstown Theatre Festival Debut
The three-time Tony Award winner discusses straying from musical theater as the director of Joe DiPietro's new play.
NYMF 2014: Bayonets of Angst; Cloned!; The Mapmaker's Opera
TheaterMania offers a review roundup of three shows at the 2014 New York Musical Theatre Festival.
The Bullpen
Joe Assadourian brings his trenchant satire of the American justice system to The Playroom Theater.
Julie Klausner's Cabaret Situation
The popular podcast host and comedienne hates L.A. but loves the '70s in her new show at Joe's Pub.
Jane Lynch at 54 Below
One of America's favorite funny women makes her cabaret debut at Broadway's supper club.
Katie Finneran: It Might Be You — A Funny Lady's Search for Home
The two-time Tony Award winner makes her cabaret debut at 54 Below.