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The Ferryman

A shattering masterwork, Jez Butterworth's The Ferryman has landed at last on this side of the Atlantic. Grab your Broadway ticket now (and then see it again).

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The Children | Hit British Play Makes Broadway Debut

Direct from an acclaimed run in London, the powerful Royal Court Theatre production of Lucy Kirkwood’s astonishing new play is making its American debut on Broadway with the heralded original cast.

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Marvin's Room: A Popular Play and Movie Now Makes Its Broadway Debut | Review

From small regional theaters, to a critically regarded movie starring Diane Keaton, Meryl Streep & Leonardo DiCaprio; the award winning Marvin's Room has finally made its Broadway debut starring Janeane Garofalo. It's recommended theatre, read why.

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Groundhog Day: The Musical

A brilliant creative team and an outstanding leading man make this musical version of the beloved ‘90s movie an experience you’ll be happy to repeat.

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White Guy on the Bus: New Play by Bruce Graham

A daily bus ride where a wealthy white businessman and a struggling black single mom get to know each other.  An incident sparks a candid and surprising look at racial and economic divides. Revealing a complex web of moral ambiguity, revenge, and racial bias.

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Frigid Festival New York: What To See in 2017

Lst chance to see the shows at Frigid 2017.

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Recommended New Broadway Musical: In Transit

BOTTOM LINE: With a hit team behind it, Broadway’s first a cappella musical rocks!

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The Illusionists—Turn of the Century on Broadway

The Illusionists—Turn of the Century masters the art of magic and enchantment while slyly revealing exactly what’s missing in the average theatre experience: genuine belief.

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Watch Young Pups Become Adolescent Wolf Warriors

The Sold-Out Production of Sarah DeLappe's The Wolves Returns For A Limited Run

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Tennis doesn't always have love matches: Don't You F**king Say A Word

BOTTOM LINE: An agile, energized battle of forehands and egos on and off the court.

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Action Packed Shakespeare: Coriolanus

In this election year, the themes of this classic Shakespearean play couldn't be more timely and apt.

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This Phantom Business Can Be Pretty Phunny: Phantasmagoria

Just in time for Halloween, this funny and spooky new play is the ticket to scare the pants off you and your date :)

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Fringe NYC Festival recommendation: Little Stories

BOTTOM LINE: A beautifully dark presentation of six Brothers Grimm tales you’ve probably never heard of.

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Fringe NYC Festival recommendation: Mother Emanuel

BOTTOM LINE: Mother Emanuel is a moving and powerful piece of documentary theatre, honoring the victims of the shooting at Mother Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church through gospel music.

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Bittersweet family memories abound in Strange Country

BOTTOM LINE: An emotionally riveting drama about family, love, dependence, sobriety, mental illness, and manipulation.

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Watch Radiant Vermin shine

A dark comedy examining the lengths we're willing to go to make our dreams a reality.

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The Purple Lights of Joppa Illinois

When two teenage girls arrive at Ellis Shook 's doorstep one autumn afternoon, their visit will force him to confront a tragic past while also offering him a glimpse at hope. BOTTOM LINE: Incredibly detailed writing and acting make this new play a must-see.

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Primary

BOTTOM LINE: An entertaining and timely comedy for all political persuasions.

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Gary Busey's One-Man Hamlet

BOTTOM LINE: Unabashedly funny and conceptually ingenious solo comedy about two of history's most influential English speaking talents—William Shakespeare and Gary Busey.

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Blackbird

BOTTOM LINE: A starry, taut production about a sexual relationship revisited that will have audiences feeling as raw as the characters on stage. Starring Jeff Daniels & Michelle Williams. Directed by Joe Mantello.

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