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The Miracle of Long Johns is a theater critic's suspenseful tale of dedication, patience, endurance, humility and surprise.
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The famed documentary play traces the American quest for racial equality from the earliest days of the republic to the Little Rock crisis of 1957.
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From October 8 to 25, Theater for the New City will present the world premiere of a new play by Mario Fratti, 'Wives,' in a double-bill with his breakthrough play, 'The Academy.' Taken together, the two plays illustrate the changing nature of the ba
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August Strindberg Rep presents Strindberg's play, The Storm in October, 2015 as part of a month-long exploration of the author's final works.
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August Strindberg Rep to present Burnt House, a mysterious whodunit by Strindberg, as part of an exploration of the author's final works.
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La MaMa to present Dario D'Ambrosi's award-winning version of 'Medea' with a chorus of actors with diverse abilities from Teatro Patologico di Roma.
12:54 Sep 30, 2015
The year is 1960. The television empire is on the rise and cinema's only hope for survival is to adapt.
09:23 Sep 30, 2015
Three very close African American women grapple with friendship, sisterhood, love, life, faith and HIV in our modern world as they take different paths.
10:46 Sep 29, 2015
Pretending to be someone you're not comes at a cost. A comedic drama about the way past and present can collide to jeopardize the future.
07:53 Sep 29, 2015
Artists use movement to explore a young girl's fight for her life against a dark and mysterious force.
07:42 Sep 29, 2015
Two one-acts employ creative storytelling, music and movement to examine addiction, mental illness and gender power. A re-imagining of the Medusa myth.
13:57 Sep 25, 2015
Let it Come Down is a unique hybrid story inspired by deposition transcripts from a malpractice lawsuit, the relationship between a therapist and patient.
11:00 Sep 25, 2015
The year is 2015. The world is in disarray: global warming; political unrest; economic collapse; bicycles on sidewalks. Who can save us? The League of Extraordinary Blondes!
10:16 Sep 25, 2015
New play by Jonas Hassen Khemiri is a look at the way our cultural backgrounds dictate who we are and fuel the stereotypes that trap us.
06:03 Sep 24, 2015
Play by Clearing Collaborative Ensemble is a journey through the letters of a World War II refugee who breaks from the inherited trauma of the past.
15:08 Sep 14, 2015
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