“The purpose of myths is that we refashion them for our moment.”
This immersive theater show promised to provide viewers with a Passover-timed meditation on slavery and freedom through the trappings of the USSR.
David Yazbek: “Allan Sherman has a massive influence on me as a comedian and as a lyricist. American humor to such a large extent is Jewish humor.”
Rodgers and Hammerstein are making millions for Grande’s take on “My Favorite Things.”
180 years ago, Rachel Félix became a star at the Comédie Française, starring as the titular character in Jean Racine’s “Esther.”
Joshua Harmon’s “Admissions” presciently assessed the state of the broken college admissions system.
A musical with a pedophilic lead is a tricky proposition.
The National Theatre Folksbiene’s Global Yiddish Theatre Restoration Project is bringing audiences long-forgotten songs and shows.
“Rags” should work in 2019, when immigrants are once more besieged, successful capitalists are objects of disdain and labor activism is sexy.
It is with a heavy heart that we inform you David Mamet’s been hard at work on a farce inspired by Harvey Weinstein.
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