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THEATERRichard Rodgers Theatre
Yes, it really is that good. Lin-Manuel Miranda’s rap-driven portrait of the rise and fall of Alexander Hamilton, directed by Thomas Kail,… More
THEATERBroadway TheatreThis timely new production of the much-loved and much-revived 1964 musical comedy honors the show’s ebullience of spirit, as embodied in the Jewish… More
THEATEREugene O'NeillTrey Parker, Matt Stone, and Robert Lopez, with the help of Casey Nicholaw, Parker’s co-director, have delivered what Joseph Smith, Jr., and his… More
THEATERNew World StagesAbout Last Night Critic's Pick
"Avenue Q," is as raucously, cruelly, unsparingly funny as "Big River" is sweet and warm-hearted… More
THEATERCort TheatreA sweeping musical by Steve Martin set in the South in the 20s and 40s that tells the story of a literary editor and a young soldier who has just returned… More
THEATERCircle in the SquareThis extraordinary musical memory play about a girl and her father, adapted by Jeanine Tesori (music) and Lisa Kron (book and lyrics) from Alison Bechdel’s… More
THEATERBernard B. Jacobs TheatreA makeover made in heaven. The director John Doyle has slimmed down and toned up a show that seemed leaden and garish in its original Broadway incarnation.… More
THEATERWalter Kerr TheatreThe Devil returns to Broadway, as the director Ivo van Hove and a dazzling international cast — led by Ben Whishaw, Sophie Okonedo, Saoirse Ronan… More
THEATERAmbassador TheatreBroadway’s longest-running revival is still stylish.
Chicago has surpassed the original production of Les Misérables to become the third longest-running… More
THEATERStephen Sondheim TheatreThe sixteen-year-old Brooklyn kid Carole King (Jessie Mueller) plays a song she’s written for the record exec Don Kirshner (Jeb Brown), and he buys… More
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