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Hirabayashi Lives On, Still Defending the US Constitution

A play set in World War II reminds us that our rights are only as strong as our resolve to defend them.

Off-Broadway, Max Crumm Finds Himself a “Hot Mess”

Please meet Max and Eleanor. Or, if you like, Eleanor and Max. They go together like -- well, Max and Eleanor, or Eleanor and...

► In “Bulldozer,” Constantine Maroulis Brings Rock to Urban Planning

The "American Idol" and Broadway vet discusses playing NYC's notorious master builder in a new Off-Broadway musical.

New Georges A.D., Susan Bernfield, Dips in “The Pool”

Susan Bernfield talks about jumping into The Pool and her play "Tania in the Getaway Van."

Historic Cherry Lane Theatre Blooming Under New Leaders

"This is professional theater. We take great pride in that."

“The Deuce”: Vivid Portrait of Pre-Disney 42nd Street Sleaze

"The Deuce" has the earmarks of a great show, but will it live up to its potential?

Mother-Daughter Bond: Modern Dancers Make Striking Figures

New dances in “a kaleidoscope of intersecting shapes and images" show women in all stages.

Crystal Field: Making Street Theater for Five Decades

In street theater, "you have only yourself, your passion and what you believe in."

IndieSpace: New Lease on Life for Off-Off-Broadway?

Building connections between artists and the real estate community.

In Tina Howe Premiere, Theatre 167 Confronts Climate Change

Fans of innovative theatre will surely recognize this as an event.

Theater Critic Helen Shaw: Monster in the Audience

"We prepare and experience and think and respond, but know? I don't know anything."

Summer Read: Hot-Blooded Saga of a New York Immigrant

Anna Fishbeyn's brash and impressive debut novel queries, "What price assimilation?"

Gotta Minute? Nuts and Bolts of the One-Minute Play Festival

Can a play really tell a story in a minute?

For Parent Artists in Theater, Rachel Spencer Hewitt Is a PAAL

For parent artists, a new advocacy network to address needs and raise visibility.

The De Wolfe Questionnaire: Jennifer Stahl, Dance Magazine

The Editor in Chief of Dance Magazine on authors, family and changing to running shoes.

More Women in Ballet Must Go From Pointe to Power

Why is it so difficult to see women not just as fouetteing ballerinas but choreographers?

A Film Festival Grows in Inwood

A film festival in a Northern Manhattan neighborhood has quietly taken root.

Broadway in January: The Best Time for Show Tickets?

Is it the best worst time or the worst best time to get show tickets for Broadway?

Calvin Levels and Lonny Price on the Legacies of Great Painters

Listen to Levels and Price discuss a new play about Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat.

Theater Is Immersed in Caffeine at a Harlem Coffee Shop

In a gentrifying neighborhood "Full City+" evokes nostalgia for the great ’70s sitcoms .