BOTTOM LINE: A provocative drama that centers on three down-on-their luck men who have a chance to reverse their fortunes.
BOTTOM LINE: Clown for the sake of easing your grief with The Krumple's YŌKAI Remedy for Despair.
BOTTOM LINE: This is not the Scarlet Letter you remember from your tenth-grade summer reading. This is Suzan Lori-Parks, and the "A" stands for her annihilation of apathy.
BOTTOM LINE: An absurd, dark comedy about two strangers in a hospital, waiting for their lives to restart, or maybe to end.
BOTTOM LINE: This play, which first premiered in the U.K. in 2005, is a complicated and profound family drama with a virtuoso ensemble.
BOTTOM LINE: This quasi-dystopian epic places a familiar hero onto a brutal but brilliantly conceived path.
BOTTOM LINE: Impressionist David Carl, who had great success playing Gary Busey as Hamlet, is back, this time channeling America’s Narcissist-In-Chief.
BOTTOM LINE: A cast of triple threats take on multiple characters as Me the People explores and satirizes the country's current political climate.
BOTTOM LINE: Puffs is Harry Potter for anyone who has ever felt like they’re a secondary character in someone else’s story.
BOTTOM LINE: Alex Curtis’s delightful solo literally draws you into a world of magic, and elaborates a story of love, loss, and finding hope with one’s own strength.
BOTTOM LINE: There's good reason why Hamilton is the most popular show on Broadway.