You've never seen Shakespeare quite like this. Come and experience a hilarious western twist on classic theater.
“1984” is a hit on Broadway. “A Clockwork Orange” arrives in September. What’s New York theater—not to mention the world—coming to?
Must-see Broadway shows from an NYC insider
There are some sleek new lights on Broadway, and they aren't at any particular theater.
Beginning Oct. 4, 2016, the public areas of the famed opera venue in Lincoln Center are open free of charge on weekday mornings.
Shubert Alley is the place to be on Sunday, Sept. 25, 2016, for the Broadway Flea Market & Grand Auction, the annual benefit for Broadway Cares Equity Fights AIDS.
There are no elaborate songs, or costumes, or techno-wizardry in “Quietly.” But this play is far from quiet.
Time is running out to see these Broadway shows.
Barrow Street Theatre's “The Effect” breaks the mold when it comes to original stories.
Catch the action before “The End” on April 24.