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New Columbine Drama The Erlkings to Play Theatre Row
By Editorial Staff · Oct 7, 2014

Nathaniel Sam Shapiro's drama looks at the lives of Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold.

Selma '65
By Zachary Stewart · Oct 2, 2014

Catherine Filloux stages a fading memory from the 1960s civil rights movement.

Indian Ink
By Zachary Stewart · Sep 30, 2014

Tom Stoppard's intelligent and sensitive play about art and love in the British Raj gets a major revival.

NYMF 2014: Bayonets of Angst; Cloned!; The Mapmaker's Opera
By David Gordon, Zachary Stewart · Jul 15, 2014

TheaterMania offers a review roundup of three shows at the 2014 New York Musical Theatre Festival.

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 Library
By Zachary Stewart · Apr 15, 2014

Filmmakers Scott Z. Burns and Steven Soderbergh offer an intimate look at a national media firestorm from the perspective of its victim.

Twelfth Night and Richard III
By Zachary Stewart · Nov 11, 2013

This audacious presentation of two of Shakespeare's classics in repertory deserves your attention.

Firsthand: Jennifer Ashley Tepper, Author of The Untold Stories of Broadway
By Jennifer Ashley Tepper · Nov 5, 2013

In a TM exclusive, the theater historian and author writes of the fascinating steps she took to develop her new book.

Final Analysis and Breakfast With Mugabe
By Zachary Stewart · Aug 19, 2013
Two plays offer a surprising look at the precarious relationship between psychologists and autocrats.
Global Revolution Takes Center Stage in Red Wednesday at Ice Factory 2013
By Zachary Stewart · Jul 24, 2013
Built for Collapse Artistic Director Sanaz Ghajarrahimi, great-niece of former Iranian Foreign Minister Sadegh Ghotbzadeh, explores his legacy and its relationship to present-day global upheavals.