Leave Your Mark on The Signature Project
Patrick Dunning's ambitious art project arrives at the Sheen Center.
Education Ponders Whether Flag-Burning Is an Appropriate School Activity
Brian Dykstra takes on the First Amendment and a whole host of other issues in this new drama.
Middle-Age Malaise Takes the Stage in Later Life
The Keen Company revives A.R. Gurney's play of love after 50 at Theatre Row.
Humans of Ohio Steal the Spotlight in Dogs of Rwanda
Sean Christopher Lewis tells the story of Rwandan genocide from an unlikely perspective: that of an upper-middle-class white American.
Dreams Deferred Take Center Stage in A Raisin in the Sun
Lorraine Hansberry's classic tale of familial bonds, tested by a skewed society, moves into A Noise Within.
You for Me for You Follows Two Sisters in a Strange Land
Helen Joo Lee and Jin Park play North Korean sisters exploring new worlds.
Every Woman Has a Story in Sarah Jones's Sell/Buy/Date
The famed monologist scrutinizes the sex industry in her new show.
Lessons From the Frontlines of a Revolution in The Fall
This piece of South African political theater makes its US premiere at St. Ann's Warehouse.
The Confessions of A Brooklyn Boy
Steven Prescod shares his inspiring personal story at the East Village Playhouse.
The Shoe Fits in Company XIV's Sexy Cinderella
The troupe brings its sultry version of a fairy tale to its new Bushwick digs.