The Corkscrew Theater Festival offers a lineup of performances from underrepresented creatives.
A rebellious Broadway revival of the 1943 musical brings hatred into the heartland — a stunning indictment of America’s current woes.
A recent rent increase had imperiled the century-old bookshop in the New York Theatre District , which has fostered countless award-winning playwrights and composers — like Miranda himself.
The immersive theater piece Rochester, 1996 captures with discomfiting specificity the world that millennials within conservative evangelicalism grew up in.
This month’s American Theatre magazine is full of stories of sexual assault in the performing arts. We talk to Senior Editor Diep Tran about the impact of #MeToo on the theatre scene.
There’s lots of queer performance in New York this month, including the Corkscrew Theater Festival, the Trans Theatre Festival, the Fresh Fruits Festival, and the HOT! Festival.
The revival of Tony Kushner’s play offers a lens into gayness in the dimension of history — what is intransigent, what is still promissory, and what is so profoundly disappointing.
Say Something Bunny! is a live documentary that excavates the found audio of a 1950s family, and considers what makes these mundane moments compelling.
The Visitation brought an immersive play on 17th-century witchcraft to the Wyckoff House, the oldest home in New York City.
“Ghost Light” by Third Rail Projects uses every dressing room and stairwell of Lincoln Center’s Claire Tow Theater to immerse audiences in the mechanics and magic of the theater.
H.T. Darling’s Incredible Musaeum in Baltimore’s 1814 Peale Museum, the first built museum in the United States, offers visitors a complex narrative of time travel and colonialism.
Here is a new series of immersive theater experiences in New York that will link an evolving web of characters and storylines propelled by loss.