Olivier winner Juliet Stevenson is subversively cast to lead the playwright-director's take on the thriller.
The musical features songs made hits by such artists as Little Richard, Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly, and more.
This new development is part of a disturbing trend, with producers of new work and experimental theatre shutting their doors.
What shows are about to close in New York City?
The spring play festival will feature five new plays written, directed, and produced by the 2022-2024 WP Lab.
The stage show features favorite characters like Elmo, Cookie Monster, and Grover performing well-known songs from the TV show plus new ones by Tom Kitt, Helen Park, and Nate Edmondson.
Inspired by Keys' own life, Hell's Kitchen will star Shoshana Bean and Brandon Victor Dixon.
The Tony winners currently star in the A.R. Gurney play Off-Broadway.
Lincoln Center Theater/LCT3 will present the world premiere play by Zarina Shea this summer.
Celebrating its 25th anniversary, the international hit will play Lincoln Center's David H. Koch Theater.
The musical, starring Kelli O'Hara and Brian D'Arcy James, began performances May 5.
Brandon Ivie directs Justin Huertas' queer coming-of-age musical.
Brandon Ivie directs Justin Huertas' queer coming-of-age musical, which is offering tickets as cheap as $28 through special programs.
Written and composed by Emmy winner Jacki Thrapp, the show played a sold-out run last summer at Edinburgh Fringe.
The new musical from Nico Juber made recently finished a developmental run Off-Broadway starring Kristolyn Lloyd.
The new organization is offering free sessions to a group of six trans, nonbinary, and Two-Spirit+ musical theatre performers.
The production, which will feature the original Chicago cast, will play Audible's Minetta Lane Theatre.
Jennings will succeed long-time Executive Producer Barry Grove.
Savion Glover and Tony Goldwyn's reimagining of Rodgers and Hart's Pal Joey, starring Ephraim Sykes and Jennifer Holliday, will be the venue's gala production.
To make tickets more affordable, many Off-Broadway shows have implemented rush, lottery, and inexpensive ticket policies.
The new musical has had a successful awards season, including a Tony nod for Best Musical.
Due to the expansive nature of Off-Broadway, this list is not comprehensive.
This year's winners will be celebrated June 20 at Sardi's.
David Staller will direct Gingold Theatrical Group's reading next month at Symphony Space.
Jay Records will release the recording of the Mark Saltzman musical, which has music adapted from classic Italian melodies, this fall.
Playing Off-Broadway at Irish Repertory Theatre, the two-hander will only have 12 performances.
Kenny Leon and Lilli Cooper were some of the attendees at the Roundabout Theatre Company play.
The Roundabout production stars The Good Place's William Jackson Harper.
The New York City Center play stars The Inheritance's Jonathan Burke and The Play That Goes Wrong's Matt Walker.
The Drag Race and Titaníque star gave us a peek at her extensive theatrical bucket list—in and out of drag.
Julissa Contreras' play follows a Dominican family in the Bronx post-9/11.
Josiah Davis will direct the tragicomedy about a medieval orphan at The Robert W. Wilson MCC Theater Space via Playwrights Realm.
The Pulitzer-winning Doubt playwright will also direct his new work for Manhattan Theatre Club.
Woods, currently starring as Audrey in the hit Off-Broadway revival of Little Shop of Horrors, recently joined Menken in his recording studio.
Stephen Burdman directs the production, which has also committed to "disability-forward" casting of the titular character.
Dean Edwards and Bret Raybould star in the slapstick spoof.
Dramaturg Gwendolyn Allker spent five years recovering the dance-theatre piece which is based on a real diary.
William Jackson Harper and April Matthis lead the world premiere comedy.
The new play from the Doll's House Part 2 playwright is a the second collaboration between Hnath and illusionist Steve Cuiffo.
The lineup of five works read over five days showcases LGBTQ+ artists.
These actors will play F. Scott Fitzgerald's iconic characters in the transformed 16,000-square-foot ballroom of the Park Central Hotel in New York.
Nick Flatto directs Jonathan Hogue's musical send-up of the Netflix series.
Pulitzer Prize finalist Michael Breslin will direct the limited run production.
The Off-Broadway theatre has announced programming through October, beginning with the pre-Edinburgh Fringe fest.
The Classic Stage Company revival of the 1962 musical I Can Get It for You Wholesale will begin previews in October.
Winners were named May 22 at a ceremony at NYU Skirball Center.
The 2001 film has been adapted into a stage musical by the film's director Mira Nair.
The four-performance encore will coincide with NYC Pride.
Inspired by Federico García Lorca’s The House of Bernarda Alba, the play takes on gentrification and social strife in New York.
Carmen Zilles leads the New York premiere alongside Broadway alums Carlo Albán, Jonathan Cake, and more.
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