Beer-drinking theatre fans will soon be able to imbibe with a beverage honoring the Tony-winning jukebox musical.
Zi Alikhan will direct Frances Ya-Chu Cowhig's murder mystery Off-Broadway.
The production was originally slated to run in 2020 but cancelled due to the shutdown days ahead of its scheduled start.
The Ars Nova production has extended through May 15.
The Obie winner's previous works include Paper Armor, Six Minutes, and The History of Light.
The play has rarely been performed on professional stages since its 1966 premiere.
Directed by Stori Ayers, the Signature production plays The Alice Griffin Jewel Box Theatre.
The new audio dramas will star Cesar J. Rosado, Lance Coadie Williams, Marcia Jean Kurtz, Randy Danson, and more.
Tyne Rafaeli will direct a cast that includes Marylouise Burke, Jonathan Hadary, Omar Metwally, Colby Minifie, and more.
Sean Ewing heads the cast of the musical based on the life of Tony Valdovinos.
Making its U.S. premiere at La MaMa, the play is a modern re-telling of anti-war trilogy The Oreisteia.
Check out photos of Ars Nova's in-the-round staging—directed by Lee Sunday Evans.
This revival reunites director Jack Cummings III and solo-actor David Greenspan.
The Signature Theatre Production opened March 27.
The inaugural festival presenting three works by one writer has also announced the casts and creative teams for the plays.
Parodying the film Titanic, it features songs by the Canadian pop singer.
The theatre company is inaugurating two developmental initiatives.
To make tickets more affordable, many Off-Broadway shows have implemented rush, lottery, and inexpensive ticket policies.
Let's Party at Loeb Boathouse in Central Park will celebrate the Off-Broadway company's onstage return.
The world premiere production of JC Lee's play Off-Broadway April 12.
The in-person and streaming gala performance will honor Emmy and Tony winner Christine Baranski.
Pictures from their visits to the production have been shared on social media.
The concert will feature the stage veteran as she sings her way through love, loss, rejection, heartbreak, and joy.
Due to the expansive nature of Off-Broadway, this list is not comprehensive.
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Mary Wiseman leads the cast of the queer comedy with Lincoln Center Theater's LCT3.
The New York premiere of the work officially opened March 27 at Signature Theatre.
Broadway favorites Ashley Bryant and Will Roland star in the interactive festival.
The original musical is inspired by the classic table top quest game Dungeons and Dragons
See moments from the show's musical numbers before it begins at New World Stages March 31.
Mari Vial-Golden, Mark Cuddy, and Owais Ahmed star in the new play by Gabriel Jason Dean.
The free, in-person, and live-streamed event will star Cynthia Nixon, Anika Noni Rose, BD Wong, and more reading 35 new short stories.
The new musical about suffragists from the Devil Wears Prada lyricist opens April 6.
The Roundabout Underground production centers on six Black high-school students stuck together in detention.
The work-in-progress concert presentation will feature music by Grammy nominee Alphonso Horne.
The 37th annual Off-Broadway awards ceremony will return to an in-person event May 1.
The Jaki McCarrick play tells the story of five women in 1850 as they seek new lives in Australia.
The cast and crew chase the music in this new video celebrating the jukebox biomusical's Off-Broadway return.
Co-directed by Jennifer Shirley and Kevin Carillo, the work follows themes of connection and isolation.
David Alpert will direct the limited engagement at the Romulus Linney Courtyard Theatre.
Heather Headley, Sara Bareilles, and Christian Borle will also star in the Sondheim favorite.
Written by Sarah Silverman, Joshua Harmon, and Adam Schlesinger, the musical makes its world premiere Off-Broadway beginning April 30.
The queer comedy by Bryna Turner is running at Lincoln Center Theater/LCT3 under the direction of Jenna Worsham.
The Public and National Black Theatre are co-producing the play by James Ijames.
The new musical from the York Theatre Company has delayed the start of performances due to a COVID outbreak.
The production will begin performances at Theater for the New City April 14.
To celebrate the occasion, the audience will be invited to a post-performance party.
Felicia Olusanya, Kwaku Fortune, Jade Jordan, and CN Smith discuss the Transatlantic Commissions Program co-headed by Irish Repertory Theatre.
Presented in partnership with The Sol Project, the play straddles the line between drag performance and absurdist theatre.
Warren Carlyle directs a cast led by Sierra Boggess and Chip Zien in the musical about the Comedian Harmonists.
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