Alison Leiby's show about a summer that began with a bang & ended with a trip to Planned Parenthood.
Returning to its Off-Broadway roots, this new production stars Jeremy Jordan and Christian Borle.
The Met celebrates the 40th anniversary of Franco Zeffirelli’s beloved staging.
A modern-day reimagining of Shakespeare’s Hamlet centered around a queer, Black man.
A look at a young woman’s journey of self-discovery at the onset of the Civil Rights-era.
A new musical from Shaina Taub taking an unflinching look at the early Suffragist movement.
An anecdotal solo show from comedian Alex Edelman.
A bold new take on Verdi’s timeless tragedy from Bartlett Sher.
A poignant portrait of an elderly couple's continued love, as they are confronted by dementia.
This Tony Award winning farce portrays the doomed opening night of The Murder at Haversham Manor.
Winnie the Pooh and friends embark on fun adventures, in this new musical with life-size puppets.
This family-friendly show celebrates the power of percussion and the sheer joy of banging on things.
A worldwide phenomenon where comedy, music, and paint collide in a circus of the imagination.
World premiere musical based on the bestselling memoir by comedian Sarah Silverman.
A world premiere drama about fatherhood from Drama Desk Award-winner Samuel D. Hunter (The Whale).
A new musical about the "High Priestess of Soul," Nina Simone.
A joyful musical that honors black women through history, set to top hits from the '30-'90s.
New York premiere of a play shortlisted for the 2012 Susan Smith Blackburn Prize.
Myth and reality collide in this musical about a mysterious stranger who washes onto a beach.
The only living non-Japanese Master of the art of comic storytelling, brings Rakugo to New York.
Based on Ivan Turgenev's short story, this new play with music tells the story of a young man whose summer in…
A new musical based on a true story that challenges preconceived notions.
World premiere of actress Ana Nogueira's (Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice) play about stage dooring.
This spectacular display of sight and sound can only be described as ‘bubble artistry’.