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THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG Comes to Northern Stage Next Month

Northern Stage closes its 2023/24 main stage season with The Play That Goes Wrong this March and April. Learn more about the play and find out how to get tickets here!


THE SIGN IN SIDNEY BRUSTEIN’S WINDOW is a complicated story about complex people dealing with complex issues that reveals some simple truths. Ideals and reality clash with reverberating effects. The play forces you to consider your beliefs, commitments, the value of honesty, and what we bring and take from relationships. You will be challenged, provoked, prodded, and rewarded.

Intiman Theatre Announces Cast For THE SIGN IN SIDNEY BRUSTEIN'S WINDOW 

Intiman Theatre and The Williams Project have announced the cast and creative team for their co-production of Lorraine Hansberry's The Sign in Sidney Brustein's Window, the first professional production in Seattle. All ticket tiers are now available for the play which will show February 7-25, 2023 at the Erickson Theatre (1524 Harvard Ave. Seattle 98122) as part of Intiman's residency at Seattle Central College. 

Palm Beach Dramaworks Announces the World Premiere of Bruce Graham's THE DURATION Opens February 18

Bruce Graham’s The Duration, a powerful, moving family drama laced with humor that explores timely and timeless issues through the prism of personal loss, receives its world premiere at Palm Beach Dramaworks on Friday, February 18 (8pm). Performances continue through March 6, with specially priced previews on February 16 and 17 (7:30pm). J. Barry Lewis directs.

BWW Review: A satisfyingly eerie FAR AWAY at PTP/NYC

A good creepy play can get under the viewer’s skin.  Caryl Churchill’s Far Away is one such piece.  The setting is a “familiar country, over the period of several decades.”  While the country may be familiar, the goings on are most certainly not.  A sense of dread, foreboding and discomfort hook you in quickly until it is impossible to put your feet on solid ground.

PTP/NYC Premieres Caryl Churchill's FAR AWAY Tonight

PTP/NYC (Potomac Theatre Project), in association with Middlebury College, continues its 34th repertory season, Virtual(ly) PTP/NYC, with tonight's premiere of Caryl Churchill's Far Away at 7:30pm EDT on PTP/NYC's YouTube channel.

Astoria Performing Arts Center with Theatre East Presents AMERICAN ARCANA

Crumbling infrastructure, poison water, distant gunfire, political ads. What does the future hold, and who will be there to shape it? From award-winning Austin-based playwright Cyndi Williams comes a timely epic of survival and the fight for a better tomorrow. October 22nd and 23rd ONLY at 8:00PM . Tickets at or

PTP/NYC's 34th Season Opens Tonight

PTP/NYC (Potomac Theatre Project), in association with Middlebury College, opens its 34th repertory season, Virtual(ly) PTP/NYC, tonight at 7:30pm. The season features four streaming plays online running through October 18.

PTP/NYC's 34th Season Features Four Streaming Plays

PTP/NYC (Potomac Theatre Project), in association with Middlebury College, proudly presents its 34th repertory season, Virtual(ly) PTP/NYC, featuring four streaming plays online running September 24 - October 18, 2020.

Samuel French's OOB Short Play Festival Announces 30 Finalists; Dominique Morisseau to be Honorary Festival Playwright

Samuel French's Off Off Broadway Short Play Festival (OOB) has announce that Dominique Morisseau (Skeleton Crew, Pipeline, Ain't Too Proud - The Life and Times of the Temptations) is this year's honorary festival playwright.

PTP/NYC Cancels 2020 Off-Broadway Season At Atlantic Stage 2

PTP/NYC (Potomac Theatre Project) has announced the cancellation of their 2020 Off-Broadway summer season at The Atlantic Stage 2 (330 West 16th Street) in New York City. Their 34th season was scheduled to run July 7 - August 2, 2020.

BWW Review: Spectacular MARIE ANTOINETTE At Brown/Trinity MFA

Providence theatre-goers have the opportunity to spend considerable time in 18th century France this spring--both at Trinity Rep's A Tale of Two Cities, and now at Brown/Trinity's MFA production of MARIE ANTOINETTE.  Seeing both productions back-to-back makes for an interesting juxtaposition as Tale of Two Cities takes us into the lives of the over-taxed working class, and MARIE ANTOINETTE takes us into the opulent palace that those taxes built.  While Marie Antoinette is not exactly an empathetic figure, it's easy to see why movies and plays are produced about her life. Excess -- in fashion, wealth, and consumption of all kinds -- makes for a visually spectacular extravaganza, and this production leans into that in the most delightful way.

Brown/Trinity Rep Will Bring MARIE ANTOINETTE to the Stage

The Brown/Trinity Rep MFA program presents Marie Antoinette, by David Adjmi, directed by Josiah Davis '20. Performances run February 27 through March 8 at the Pell Chafee Performance Center, 87 Empire St., in Providence. General admission is $15 with a discounted price of $10 for seniors and $7 for students. Tickets are on sale now at Trinity Rep's box office, by phone (401) 351-4242, or online at

BWW Review: Spare and Strong HAMLET at TAM

Maine's Theater at Monmouth appropriately celebrates its 50th season by mounting a spare, strong, intense, and updated production of the play often thought of as the pinnacle of Shakespeare's achievement: HAMLET. Set in 1958 in Chicago and loosely inspired by MAD MEN and the African-American publishing giant John H. Johnson, this attractive, elegant, and intimate take on this quintessential domestic drama scores many poignant an powerful moments.


The circumstances have changed since the era portrayed in Lynn Nottage's 'Intimate Apparel.' But the struggles that the characters face remain all too recognizable.

Trinity Rep Announces Casting For THE PRINCE OF PROVIDENCE

Trinity Rep announces that Chicago-based actor Scott Aiello, best known for his role of Tommy Barkow on the Showtime television series Billions will play Vincent a?oeBuddya?? Cianci in the highly-anticipated upcoming play, The Prince of Providence.  The production will run September 12 a?' October 20 and is expected to sell out. Tickets will go on sale Saturday, August 10 at 10:00 am online and in-person at the theater.

Theater at Monmouth Presents HAMLET

Theater at Monmouth's What Dreams May Come Golden Anniversary Season continues with Hamlet. Considered one of the most powerful tragedies in the English language, Hamlet is widely regarded as both the best of Shakespeare's works and "the perfect play."

Theater at Monmouth Presents MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR

The first Shakespeare play of Theater at Monmouth's What Dreams May Come Golden Anniversary Season is Merry Wives of Windsor. In Shakespeare's only domestic comedy, laughter reigns supreme and feminine wisdom triumphs over jealous husbands, confused lovers, and one corpulent knight.

Photo Flash: PTP/NYC Celebrates ARCADIA, PITY IN HISTORY Opening Off-Broadway

PTP/NYC (Potomac Theatre Project), in association with Middlebury College, proudly presents its 31st repertory season, its 11th consecutive in New York City, running now through August 6, 2017 in a limited Off-Broadway engagement at The Atlantic Stage 2, located at 330 West 16th Street between 8th and 9th Avenues. BroadwayWorld has photos from the opening festivities below!

BWW Review: The Unforeseen Known that is Potomac Theatre Project's ARCADIA

Written by Tom Stoppard, directed by Cheryl Faraone and presented by the Potomac Theatre Project as a start to its wondrous 31st season, Arcadia truly tests the limits of what constitutes a good show by not only compelling the audience to listen and understand, but also to feel and experience: a mix that makes for one spectacular theatrical experience. The research conducted, the knowledge of the world that permeates the air combined with that which has yet to be discovered makes for an entrancing and intellectual plot, not to mention one that hardly lacks for humor or more relatable human emotion.

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