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HERE Arts Center
Joseph Keckler's song cycle mixes an operatic baritone voice with pop music harmonies to create a distinctive theatrical beast. Lane Williamson reviews.
Broadway and music and festivals -- oh my! New York has it all this winter, and our critics share their top picks for December and January.
Our critics discuss the merit of dialogue reviews, the New York Times experimenting with them, and King Kong.
Timely and topical plays debut on and off Broadway this November. A bit farther uptown, a Puccini masterpiece returns to the Metropolitan Opera for its hundredth anniversary. Our staff recommend all that and more!
Elaine May returns to Broadway. Anne Bogart brings ancient Greece to Brooklyn. Bedlam mashes up two classic plays. Our staff recommends all that and more this October.
New York Live Arts
Jack Ferver's evening of dance that centers queerness, obsession, and pain finds moments of levity and fun while delving deep.
Six translations of Uncle Vanya at the same time. Absurdism ensues. Loren Noveck reviews.
American Irish Historical Society
Immersive with a meal, this adaptation of James Joyce is still a bit dry (as was the roast turkey). Cameron Kelsall eats and reviews.
From saints to computers to the Constitution, we have many new works to recommend this month.
As the summer festivals begin and things quiet down on Broadway and Off, we have some theatrical treats to keep you busy around town and out-of-town.
Our critics confess the formative sexy shows, performances, and moments that stirred them.
Kev Berry reflects on Penny Arcade's Bitch! Dyke! Faghag! Whore! at Performance Space New York.