The Tony Award-winning revival of Skylight closes on Broadway on June 21. Better hurry to catch its rising young star, Matthew Beard, before he returns to England.

Look inside our crystal ball and see which shows and performers we think should take home a Tony on June 7.

At edgy productions in New York, theatergoers not only watch the show—they become part of it. Here are four immersions you must experience.

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With the opening of An American in Paris on Broadway, the esteemed director and choreographer is the toast of the town. Here he answers our seven most pressing questions about the show and his life as an Englishman in New York.

Recently a friend and I dined at Joe Allen, a Broadway institution (since 1965) and a place I haven't visited in nearly two decades.

With just 15 audience members per performance, Then She Fell intimately acquaints visitors to the mad wonderland of Lewis Carroll, set inside the mental ward of the Kingsland Hospital.

Plays and musicals with irresistible characters vie for your attention.

Helen Mirren as Elizabeth II reigns over Broadway in Peter Morgan's must-see new play, The Audience.

Meet Peter Sarafin and Richard Klinger, the guys who make Broadway's You Can't Take It With You a props bonanza. And catch the show before it closes on Feb. 22.

Actors Amber Petty and Tim Murray of Off-Broadway's 50 Shades! The Musical Parody stay in character as Anastasia and José when they choose their Top 10 romantic (read: sexy) things to do in New York on Valentine's Day—and every other day of the year.


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