A concept-concert featuring the phenomenally talented Anderson brothers pays tribute to Jimmy and Tommy Dorsey.
Solo performer Erin Leddy digs into an ancestor's life...until Grandma finally says, "No more digging dear, I'm all dug up."
A trickster theme and Holst's tricky music unite these two mini-operas, whose moods couldn't be more different.
In Ayckbourn's 75th play, mild-mannered Martin marshals his neighbors into an increasingly strident and fascistic neighborhood watchdog group.
This powerful new work, inspired by the thousand-year-old Japanese literary classic, is well worth seeing – and getting a bit perplexed about.
The composer of Barnum, Sweet Charity, City of Angels and other classic shows was at the peak of his powers to the end of his days.
A triple character study as well as something of a psychological thriller, Haunted with its bang-up cast is a doozy—and a delight.
A malevolent core hums at the center of everything in Saki's ironic, sometimes eerie tales, cleverly adapted here for the stage.
Top-notch Irish drama comes to NYC.