No, for real. Broadway is pulling out all the stops this spring.
In his one-man show The Junket, the writer and performer takes on 21st-century media hypocrisy
Kyle Abraham’s The Radio Show celebrates the communal space of the airwaves while working through the private anguish of a parent’s illness.
The classical, all-women troupe of thespians, stages a Restoration comedy from one of the very first professional literary ladies
British choreographer Wayne McGregor uses science to create his singular brand of propulsive dance. This month, his company comes to New Jersey
From Doogie to Barney to Hedwig, the shapeshifting career of Neil Patrick Harris is immune to typecasting.
At home with Paul Taylor, the last living legend of dance
Four distinct companies paint a picture of Brazil’s diversity over three weeks, through urban hip-hop, capoeira, modern dance and… Pedro Almodóvar?
The scene-stealer from 'Trick' and 'Girls Will Be Girls' returns to Los Angeles for the final performances of her show
With L.A. Dance Project, Benjamin Millepied is determined to make his adopted home a serious player in contemporary dance