Posts in New York City
Trainspotting Live

A wild ride through the heroin scene of late 1980's Scotland, Trainspotting Live is an immersive theatre experience that grabs you by the hand and asks you to party till you drop.

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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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Broadway Musical: Sunday in the Park with George

Jake Gyllenhaal in his standout Broadway debut in an excellent production of a Stephen Sondheim musical no less.

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Recommended Off Broadway (adult) Puppet Musical: Made in China

A darkly comedic and fantastical R-rated puppet musical with poignant insights into consumerism, morality, and human rights.

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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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Holiday Fun: Peter & the Wolf (with Isaac Mizrahi)

Holiday fun for kids and adults. Watch Isaac Mizrahi!

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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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Sutton Foster is Sweet Charity

Two-time Tony Award winner Sutton Foster brings her colossal talent back to the stage for the 50th anniversary of this classic musical.

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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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'Heisenberg' or 'How to Woo Mary-Louise Parker'

A chance encounter, a rush of emotions and suddenly age is no longer a barrier to love.

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An Encounter of the Amazonian Kind

THE ENCOUNTER tells the true story of National Geographic photographer Loren McIntyre lost in a remote area of Brazil in 1969, which leads to a startling encounter that is to change his life. Prepared to get virtually lost in the Amazon rainforest.

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All Aboard for the Underground Railroad Game

"A classroom game for fifth graders; it's waltz of sex and violence; it's a challenge extended to the audience to rethink their inheritance of this nation's past."

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Maestro of modern music

A highly recommended one-man play on the brilliant composer Leonard Berstein.

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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: Mr. Yunioshi

Mickey Rooney's yellow-face performance in Breakfast at Tiffany's is infamous for its lack of cultural sensitivity. But was there ever a way he could have pulled it off? An Asian actor tries to find out in this one man show. 

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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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