On the heels of a sold out, twice-extended world premiere produced by Vineyard Theatre, Tony winner Billy Crudup returns to this one-man, comic thriller about a shy midwestern man leading an outrageous double life.
After a successful run at the 2017 Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Baba Brinkman brings his latest hip-hop comedy to the SoHo Playhouse. In it, he shines a light on free will, brain cells, and the science of consciousness.
Primary Stages presents Sharon Washington's autobiographical solo piece, in which she revisits her time growing up in an apartment on the top floor inside the St. Agnes Branch of the New York Public Library.
They say that laughter is the best medicine, but for one comedian suffering from OCD, it just might be psychedelic mushrooms. After an extended run in San Francisco, the solo show returns to NYC.
When a fiercely independent, workaholic police officer receives an old cassette tape with a message from her big brother on it, she is propelled back to her vibrant childhood and forced to confront a tremendous loss.
In this solo comedy, thirty-eight year old New Yorker Rachel Yardley's ticking biological clock propels her into doing something that goes against everything she believes in: online dating.
A one-woman play composed from Rachel's own journals, letters, and emails—creating a portrait of a messy, articulate, young woman, who risked her life as an activist in the heart of Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
National Black Theatre and Classical Theatre of Harlem present RSC actor Paterson Joseph's solo play about Charles “Sancho” Ignatius—composer, social satirist, general man of refinement.
The Seeing Place presents this solo drama which tells the tale of Charlotte von Mahlsdorf, a real-life German transvestite who managed to survive both the Nazi onslaught and the repressive East German Communist regime.
The Amazing Kreskin comes to Off-Broadway for a three-week residency showcasing his legendary you-gotta-see-‘em-to-believe-‘em mentalist abilities as a reader of people’s thoughts.
14 distinct and diverse characters are brought to life in The New Victory's one-woman show exploring the American immigrant experience. Based on the book by Newbery Medal-winning author Paul Fleischman.
Baryshnikov Arts Center presents the U.S. premiere of this solo show from Golden Globe-nominated actress Isabella Rossellini about the latest scientific discoveries about animal minds, intelligence, and emotions.
Written and performed by Erica Fae, this solo work was Drawn directly from Sarah Wakefield’s auto-biographical narrative 'Six Weeks in the Sioux Tepees,' which recounts her experiences during the 1862 Dakota Uprising.