A Perfect Arrangement of Communists and Gays
Atlanta-based playwright Topher Payne makes his New York City debut with a play about the Lavender Scare of the 1950s.
The Mystery of Irma Vep
Two actors present a spectacle of ludicrous proportions in this 30th-anniversary remounting of Charles Ludlam's classic gothic farce.
A revival of Joe Orton's farce about unscrupulous police tactics comes at a perfect time.
Ars Nova Goes Long with Rhyming Burlesque Farce Eager to Lose
It took four collaborators two years to create this idiosyncratic piece. They couldn't have done it without the help of the midtown performance space that champions new and untested work.
Murder for Two
This funny and fast-paced comedy-murder-mystery musical is varsity-level theater, performed by two quadruple threats.