Set in Texas in 1964, this new play by William Jackson Harper ("The Good Place") centers around a community that was untouched by the tumult of the civil rights movement, and is compelled into a kind of reckoning.
This intimate, in-the-round production of Shakespeare's "Love's Labour's Lost" invites you to enjoy an eight course tasting menu with wine, created in front of you throughout the performance.
This new drama explores the whitewashed history behind America’s 1969 Apollo 11 moon landing, including the critical role of Nazi SS Officer Wernher von Braun, who built the V-2 for Hitler.
In this world premiere from Atlantic Theater Company, somewhere in the Jim Crow South, the sky is on fire. "Fireflies" is the second part of Donja R. Love's trilogy that began with "Sugar in Our Wounds."
Actor, writer, and former correspondent for "The Daily Show" Aasif Mandvi brings his vibrant, comic, and heartwarming one-man show back to the New York stage 20 years after its Obie-winning debut.
In the Directors Company's new comedy, musical genius Richard Wagner and wife Cosima find themselves in a dilemma when King Ludwig insists that the son of a rabbi, Hermann Levi, conduct the premiere of "Parsifal."
Theater for the New City presents this world premiere drama, a fable set in an American recovery community. The play explores the experience of addiction from the perspective of two generations.
The Custom Made Theatre Company's new adaptation of Vonnegut’s novel tells the tale of duplicitous spies, bumbling white supremacists, and an anti-hero that served "evil too well and good too secretly."
The Tank presents this world premiere where, in a corridor haunted by wronged maidservants, a stable boy (Ruffles) considers the ways he is becoming bad because of the things his new job asks him to do.
This new musical follows the fates of a wealthy Jewish businessman and his four daughters in 19th century Poland. A musical adaptation of Nobel Prize-winning author Isaac Bashevis Singer’s novel "The Manor."