Theater

Review: ‘If Only’ Links Lincoln to an Unlikely Match

Thomas Klingenstein’s new play about an unrequited interracial love is like watching a sepia-tinged tableau.

Review: Ireland in Four Dimensions, by a Pioneering Playwright

With “The Suitcase Under the Bed,” the Mint Theater Company presents one-acts by Teresa Deevy, a proto-feminist finally receiving her due.

Review: A Prince’s Broadway Kingdom is Scattered to the Winds

“Prince of Broadway,” an anthology musical of shows overseen by the mighty Harold Prince, travels aimlessly through the decades.

Harold Prince, the Prince of Broadway

Rediscover the award-winning work of Harold Prince in his show “Prince of Broadway,” a musical retrospective of his life and career.

What’s New in NYC Theater

Previews, openings and some last-chance picks.

The Last Days to Catch ‘The Great Comet’ Are Here

The musical “Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812” ends its exuberant run on Broadway on Sept. 3.

London Theater Reviews: A Mexican-Style ‘Much Ado About Nothing’

Mariachi music and machismo spice up the comedy in a new production at Shakespeare’s Globe in London.

Former Artistic Director Says Geffen Playhouse Forced Him Out

In a lawsuit in Los Angeles County Superior Court, Randall Arney claims that his departure was a result of age and disability discrimination.

Critic’s Notebook: Overcoming Through Song in a Summer of Discontent

“Primer for a Failed Superpower,” a concert in Brooklyn directed by Rachel Chavkin, asked an audience to raise its voice in protest songs of many generations.

A Star-Spangled Revue Kicks Up Its Heels in the Badlands

Medora, N.D., population 132 — except in summer when 100,000 tourists pour into town to see a musical celebration of Old West values.

Saying Goodbye to the Broadway Hit ‘On Your Feet!’

After 746 performances, the musical “On Your Feet!” has gone silent. Its male star, Ektor Rivera, reflected on its fans, the cast and what's next.