Playing Off-Broadway's Playwrights Horizons, the play explores family, trauma, and outer space.
Kelli O'Hara and Brian d'Arcy James lead the new musical, with a book by Craig Lucas, at Atlantic Theater Company.
Directed by Taylor Reynolds, the Tori Sampson world premiere plays the Vineyard Theatre.
The world premiere opened at Off-Broadway's Signature Theatre June 5.
Set in the 1980s during the HIV/AIDS crisis, two gay medical students grapple with love and responsibility.
Daya Curley, Peppermint, and Sarah Stiles star in the stage musical based on the Amazon Prime series, with a book by MJ Kaufman and series creator Joey Soloway and a score by Faith Soloway.
The new thriller play stars Tatiana Maslany, Laurie Metcalf, and Sophia Anne Caruso.
The Roundabout production stars The Good Place's William Jackson Harper.
Michael Ball is back in a new role after starring in the original 1989 London and Broadway productions of the musical.
The 2001 film has been adapted into a stage musical by the film's director Mira Nair.
The adaptation of the beloved Disney cartoon debuts in theatres May 26.
Playing the West End's @sohoplace, Tony and BAFTA nominee Mike Faist and Oscar nominee Lucas Hedges star as Jack and Ennis.
Manhattan Theatre Club presents the Rajiv Joseph play starring Glenn Davis and Chris Perfetti.
The comedy features more than 90 characters portrayed by five actors, including Steve Guttenberg.
The new production of the Mozart opera opened May 5.
Rachel Brosnahan and Oscar Isaac lead the company of the Lorraine Hansberry play which closed out this Broadway season.
The work, previously a 2021 digital play, opened at The Public May 4.
Lilli Cooper, Raúl Esparza, Tam Mutu, and Benjamin Pajak star in the Lionel Bart musical.
Sam Mendes directs the Jack Thorne play at London's National Theatre.
Colton Ryan and Anna Uzele lead the new Kander and Ebb musical, with additional material by Lin-Manuel Miranda and direction by Susan Stroman.
Jessica Hecht and Laura Linney co-star in the two-hander from David Auburn.
Directed by Lisa Peterson, the limited engagement will play the Belasco Theatre through the summer.
The 2023 Olivier-winning play opens at the John Golden Theatre with the Killing Eve star in her Broadway debut.
Chris Sullivan, D'Arcy Carden, Katie Finneran, and Scott Foley star in the comedy from playwright Larissa FastHorse.
The follow-up to The Play That Goes Wrong plays the Ethel Barrymore Theatre.
Derry Girls' Siobhán McSweeney and Louisa Harland star alongside Alison Oliver, Bláithín Mac Gabhann, and Justine Mitchell in the National Theatre production.
The culmination of Parks' project writing a play a day throughout the COVID shutdown, the work reopened at The Public's Joe's Pub April 18.
Andrew Burnap, Phillipa Soo, and Jordan Donica lead the Lincoln Center Theater production.
James Ijames' Pulitzer-winning take on Hamlet makes its Main Stem premiere at the American Airlines Theatre.
The opera by Grammy-winning composer Terence Blanchard opened April 10.
Sasha Diamond, Shannon Tyo, and Sky Smith star as three adopted siblings in the farcical play at Off-Broadway's Playwrights Horizons.
The co-production between Vineyard and Second Stage is directed by Lileana Blain-Cruz with choreography by Raja Feather Kelly.
The Mary Elizabeth Hamilton play follows a woman who turns to an AI for help taking care of her sick mother—and the dangers it presents.
Directed by Ivo Van Hove, the stage adaptation of Hanya Yanagihara's book is receiving its English language world premiere.
The maize-themed comedy is directed by Jack O'Brien, written by Robert Horn, Brandy Clark, and Shane McAnally.
The Grease prequel series, set four years before the events of the original, premieres April 6.
Jade Jones, Hayley Podschun, and Amy Keum star in the musical about three best friends who come into their own and push back against what society tells women to be.
Hiran Abeysekera and puppeteers Fred Davis and Scarlet Wilderink reprise their West End roles.
Ruthie Ann Miles, Jordan Fisher, Gaten Matarazzo, and more co-star with Tony-winning Hamilton director Thomas Kail at the helm.
Linedy Genao stars in the title role of the West End transfer at the Imperial Theatre.
The musical lesbian love story stars Damon Daunno, Ciara Renée, and Lauren Patten.
Andre Royo stars in Eric Bogosian's play at the Minetta Lane that dives into the American male psyche.
The raunchy comedy follows four friends on an increasingly wild international adventure.
Wayne Cilento is directing the seldom-produced work, re-creating Fosse's original, 1978 Tony-winning choreography.
The production is directed by Michael Arden and conducted by Jason Robert Brown.
The Jordan Harrison play explores the limits of what technology can replace in the face of age.
The limited engagement also stars Brooks Ashmanskas, Andréa Burns, Christopher Fitzgerald, Ann Harada, Stanley Wayne Mathis, and more.
Suzan-Lori Parks has adapted the classic Jamaican film, known for popularizing reggae music in the U.S.
Nicholas Hytner directs Daniel Mays, Andrew Richardson, Celinde Schoenmaker, and Marisha Wallace in the immersive production at The Bridge Theatre.
The new Keith Bunin play is set aboard a train headed to Seattle from Los Angeles.
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