$20 - $30

Ever wait in line?

What are you waiting for?

Who are these other people?

Are they your friends? Enemies?

Is someone trying to cheat you. seduce you, cut ahead?

Who can you trust?

LINE, Israel Horovitz's classic, existential, dark comedy explores these questions in this biting, absurdist allegory that perfectly satirizes the now-timeless theme of America's constant desire and struggle to be in first place.


Running Time: One hour

Mondays: 9:00pm

Tuesdays: 9:00pm

13th Street Repertory Company

(New York, NY)
50 W 13th Street (Btwn Fifth and Sixth)
Theater Map
by BWW News Desk - Feb 24, 2020
The world première of John Godber's new comedy Angels of the North transfers to the West End, opening at the Trafalgar Studios on 14 May, with previews from 12 May, and runs until 6 June. The production ran at Theatre Royal Wakefield until 15 February, ahead of performances at East Riding Theatre from 4 a?" 28 March.
by Stephi Wild - Feb 24, 2020
Good morning, BroadwayWorld! Today's top stories: Bernadette Peters, Sierra Boggess, Orfeh, and more will perform at Broadway Belts for PFF! tonight, and more!
by Stephen Mosher - Feb 23, 2020
On Sunday nights at Club Cumming can be found some entertaining series shows that are different every week because one is an Open Mic and one is a drag competition, but they both have this in common: Fun.
by Sean Fallon - Feb 23, 2020
On Saturday, February 22, I had the pleasure of seeing LOOPED at the Connecticut Cabaret Theatre in Berlin, CT.  This comedy by Matthew Lombardo is based on a true story that took place back in 1965.  Director Kris McMurray brings out the best in talented actress Kelly Boucher who stars as Tallulah Bankhead, as well as talented actor Chris Pearson, who plays Danny Miller.  The stage chemistry between Kelly Boucher and Chris Pearson is comically brilliant, and further enhanced by James J. Moran, who provides live vocals from the back of the theatre, as Steve the sound engineer!  The deliveries are sensational, from all three cast members, making all three characters completely believable.  The facial expressions, body language, vocal tones and mannerisms displayed by Kelly Boucher and Chris Pearson, including their reactions to each other, are phenomenal, both staying in character the whole time, to the point in which as an audience member, it is easy to forget that you are not watching the real people who are being portrayed.  The sharp contrast between Tallulah's over-the-top personality and Danny Miller's more professional and proper personality is where the majority of the humor arises.  The audience was laughing all throughout the show!
by Monica Moore - Feb 23, 2020
Director Glenda Pearce is known for her attention to detail and she has successfully replicated the realism of the retirement home; highlighting the atmosphere and the experiences of the diverse characters who live there and delivering the humour.
by Maria Nockin - Feb 23, 2020
On Saturday evening February 22, 2020, Los Angeles Opera presented a vocally glorious rendition of Gaetano Donizetti's Bel Canto opera Roberto Devereux. Roberto was one of the loves of England's Elizabeth I, so the opera is centered around their relationship and Roberto's forbidden love for Sara, the wife of the Duke of Nottingham.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 23, 2020
Miley Cyrus will headline the World Tour Bushfire Relief charity concert a?" a one night only event to benefit Australian fire relief efforts on Friday 13th March at Lakeside Stadium in Melbourne. Country-rap star Lil Nas X, pop duo The Veronicas and DJ Seb Fontaine will join Miley Cyrus as special guests.
by Albert Gutierrez - Feb 22, 2020
The last time I attended a production at Osceola Arts, the stage had been transformed into 1899 New York City for a production of Newsies. Last night, I returned to Osceola Arts, but now found myself transported thirty-two years later and over four thousand miles eastward to Germany, specifically the Kit Kat Klub of Berlin as immortalized in the 1966 musical CABARET. Although we're now ninety years removed from the Weimar Republic, CABARET still feels timely as ever. Given what regime succeeded the Weimar Republic, maybe that should not be good news. Yet that is why we need shows like CABARET: reminders that the apathy and distractions we think help us get by should actually not be our only outlet for life and livelihood. The Kit Kat Klub becomes less a physical place than it does a state of mind, one that comments upon the action of the musical, but does so without the repercussions and consequences of the narrative, at least until the bitter end.
by Cindy Marcolina - Feb 22, 2020
This year, Network Theatre Company take their audience to an unspecified futuristic time with The Future is Mental, an anthology of six short plays that are heavily recalling of Black Mirror. Written and directed by Rosie de Vekey, the pieces are smart and precise, and don't conceal their external inspiration.
by Jay Irwin - Feb 22, 2020
Radial Theater Project is currently presenting an adaptation of George Orwell's classic dystopian nightmare a?oe1984a??, and don't even THINK about saying anything good about it. Big Brother has sent down orders from the Ministry of Truth that there is nothing good about this production and it has no good performances or redeeming qualities, and everything is un-good. But if you know anything about the Ministry of Truth, you know everything is the exact opposite there and that holds true here as this production is a spectacular, riveting telling of this horrifying story and you need to see it. Just don't tell The Thought Police I said that.
by Natasha Ashley - Feb 22, 2020
The Central New York Playhouse is now entertaining audiences with the delightful romantic comedy Shakespeare in Love. The play by Lee Hall is adapted from the popular 1998 film of the same name. With numerous productions of Romeo and Juliet occurring throughout Central New York the timing is perfect for a refreshing relief, a play that is about writing Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. Even better, the production is witty, refreshing, and entertaining.
by Jonas Schwartz-Owen - Feb 22, 2020
After two successful runs in Los Angeles in 2012 and 2014 at the Pantages, that smut-mouthed, but endearing musical comedy The Book Of Mormon has squatted downtown at the Ahmanson, and third time around, it has lost none of its luster, or its smut.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 22, 2020
Ashley Park took to Instagram to share a video of herself and Grand Horizons castmate Priscilla Lopez dancing to A Chorus Line.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 21, 2020
Superstar Irish tenor Emmet Cahill returns to the Upper Darby Performing Arts Center (UDPAC) on Saturday, March 14, for an evening of exciting and emotional Celtic favorites. Sponsored by Casey's of Drexel Hill, the 90-minute performance (plus intermission) also features the accompanying Emerald String Quartet.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 21, 2020
The newly formed J2 Spotlight Musical Theater Company (Jim Jimirro, Executive Producer/Co-Founder; Robert W. Schneider, Artistic Director/Co-Founder) has announced the cast and creative team for the last of the three productions in the company's inaugural 2020 season: the 2001 musical, A Class Act, with book by Linda Kline and Lonny Price, and music and lyrics by Edward Kleban.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 21, 2020
Gulfshore Playhouse is celebrating its 16th season with powerful and prescient dramas, hilarious comedies, a moving musical, stirring new works and esteemed classics The 2020-21season has just been announced and includes:
by BWW News Desk - Feb 21, 2020
Los Angeles Performing Artist Pam Levin's Tales of Modern Motherhood: Part 2 Gender and Identity This sh*t just TRANS...formed is addressing one of the most relevant issues of our time, gender dysphoria in children. This is an extremely personal, funny, challenging, honest and hopeful storytelling about the human condition focusing on... GENDER & IDENTITY. Levin's family epitomizes the zeitgeist of our unique time as they handle their daughter's gender fluidity with no rule book, just unconditional love.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 21, 2020
What if you met the person you've been waiting for your whole life, just as a nuclear apocalypse was heading your way? Worlds collide in a tiki bar at the edge of Kauai when an aimless Silicon Valley dropout meets the bar's brassy owner, who has a plan for all worst-case scenarios, except one... finding love.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 21, 2020
Alex Jennings will lead the cast in the world premiere of Stephen Beresford's The Southbury Child directed by Nicholas Hytner at the Bridge Theatre. Designs are by Mark Thompson with sound by George Dennis and lighting by Max Narula. Further casting will be announced shortly.
by TV News Desk - Feb 21, 2020
Fun Music Presents The 'Back to the Eighties Show with Jessie's Girl'. An incredible live 80's music experience, from the music to the costumes; it is New York City's favorite 80's throwback night. Now in their seventh year of successful weekly midnight shows, Jessie's Girl recently announced that they will be moving their residency to a new venue in NYC called “Rumi Ballroom” with a 9pm show every Friday. Opening night: Friday, March 20th. As The Jessie's Girl fan base continues to grow, a 9pm show is a great way to make their show more accessible to their audience, & take the 80s experience to the next level.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 21, 2020
Get ready to be swept off your feet this Easter as the timeless classic Beauty and the Beast brings magic and adventure to the Epstein Theatre.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 21, 2020
Talented women over 40 will show their stuff in the upcoming trial round of a?oeTomatoes Got Talenta?? on Saturday March 7, twelve of whom will move on to the exciting finals at The Triad Theatre, 158 West 72nd Street, on Monday April 6 at 7pm. Co-produced by Cheryl Benton and Randie Levine-Miller, who hosts the high-spirited juried contest, this year's a?oeTomatoes Got Talenta?? will feature a blue-ribbon jury consisting of theatre luminaries Tony winner Donna McKechnie, Tony nominee Lee Roy Reams and the Emmy-winning NY1 anchor and theater critic Roma Torre. The show's music director is Paul Chamlin.
by Stage Tube - Feb 21, 2020
Billy Crystal quizzes his co-star Ben Schwartz to see if Ben can complete some of the most famous movie lines from his 40-year career.
by Michael Quintos - Feb 21, 2020
There are certainly plenty of movie-to-stage adaptations that have appeared (and continue to pop up) on Broadway, but few can boast being one of the most jubilant and unabashedly open-minded as the gloriously glam 2012 hit KINKY BOOTS, the Tony Award-winning stage musical adaptation of Geoff Deane and Tim Firth's 2005 independent cult film inspired by actual true events. The critical and audience favorite---which features memorable music from Grammy-winning pop icon Cyndi Lauper and a book by Tony winner Harvey Fierstein---enjoyed a healthy run on Broadway and in several national tours that followed, spreading its genuinely heartwarming yet cheekily-delivered message of acceptance and empathy. Now back in Southern California for its flashy, beautifully remounted West Coast regional premiere for 3-D Theatricals, KINKY BOOTS---now continuing performances through March 1, 2020 at the Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts---is just as fun and fabulous as ever.
by TV Scoop - Feb 21, 2020
Get all the scoop on Coming Up on the Season Finale of BLACK LIGHTNING, airing on THE CW on Monday, March 9, 2020!
by TV Scoop - Feb 21, 2020
Get all the scoop on Coming Up on a Rebroadcast of WHOSE LINE IS IT ANYWAY?, airing on THE CW on Friday, March 13, 2020!
by TV Scoop - Feb 21, 2020
Get all the scoop on Coming Up on a Rebroadcast of WHOSE LINE IS IT ANYWAY?, airing on THE CW on Friday, March 13, 2020!
by Joe Lombardi - Feb 21, 2020
Raquel has a rough life.  In Birthday in the Bronx, her character name is Rocky.  She's a bruiser of a field hockey player having collected broken bones and bloody scars.  Two noxious sportscasters comment about the atrocious playing conditions.  'I understand funding is tight' but the field is all muddy.  Earlier in the day, girls from a 'better school' looked like goddesses.
by TV News Desk - Feb 21, 2020
Two-time GRAMMY-nominated blues-rock sensation Joe Bonamassa announces U.S. tour dates for summer 2020, as he heads out on the road for his extensive spring U.S. tour. The newly announced dates will include performances at the coveted Greek Theatre in Los Angeles, two nights at the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado, and a selection of other major venues in California and Utah. Hailed internationally as one of the greatest guitar players of his generation, Bonamassa has almost single-handedly redefined the blues-rock genre and brought it into the mainstream. Recently featured on the cover of Guitar World, the magazine has boasted him as 'the world's biggest blues guitarist,' and fans of the popular site agreed, in a 2019 year-end poll naming him the #1 best blues guitarist.
by TV News Desk - Feb 21, 2020
TONER was originally formed as a solo bedroom project by Samuelito Cruz in 2014. With interest from a few labels, Cruz was convinced to record a full-length record that came out in Spring of 2015 titled LP, recorded in the backyard shed of his mom's house. As a result of moving from West End (lower east bay) to Oakland, & the falling apart of his former band Happy Diving, Cruz decided to start playing live shows with a full band consisting of hometown friends Maxwell Carver, Sean Glass & Kennan Sommer. The band has maintained the same line-up since 2015 putting out two EPs Passing Glance & Killing Pace. Silk Road is the band's latest effort, their first studio album & sophomore full length consisting of 10 songs in barely over 20 minutes. It was produced & Engineered by David Kelling of Culture Abuse & Mixed/Mastered by Jasper Leach of Tony Molina Band. Silk Road is the defining release of the new sound of TONER as a transition from solo-bedroom pop to a blown out full band effort.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 21, 2020
A dazzling new version of Tchaikovsky's legendary music will soon make a splash upon the New York Stage in SWAN LAKE ROCK OPERA, a sexy extravaganza about money, love and titles, featuring book and lyrics by Mirit Shem-Ur, music by Pyotr llyich Tchaikovsky, with additional music by Sharona Pick. A provocative mashup of classical and modern music, the production is directed by Tsedi Sarfati and will run on April 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd and 30th at St. Luke's Theatre, 308 West 46th Street.
by TV News Desk - Feb 21, 2020
Empara Mi has released her brand new single 'Shout', taken from the forthcoming mini-album Suitcase Full Of Sins out March 27th.
by TV News Desk - Feb 21, 2020
Today, Swedish artist / producer STRØM has released his highly anticipated debut album titled Immortal. The album is released via This is Scandinavia / Sony Music and is available everywhere now here.
by Stephi Wild - Feb 21, 2020
Today's top stories: Read the reviews for West Side Story, and more!
by TV News Desk - Feb 21, 2020
British rock trio Naked Six have unveiled the video for 'Lost Art of Conversation', the title track from their upcoming debut album which is out on March 6th via Silver Lining Music.
by Kathy Strain - Feb 21, 2020
As the Public Theater prepares to wrap up its run of A GENTLEMAN'S GUIDE TO LOVE AND MURDER, it was fun to chat with Andy Meyers who plays the part of…well…of…many characters central to the story. Read below to see just how Meyers keeps up with the high jinx adventures that make A GENTLEMAN'S GUIDE TO LOVE AND MURDER a highly entertaining show that should not be missed. Check out BWW's Ashley Corbaley's review of the show too.
by Juan-Jose Gonzalez - Feb 21, 2020
Pablo Puyol en el papel de Zack encabeza la producción de Antonio Banderas en Barcelona. Disfruta de un fragmento de tres números en este musical.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 21, 2020
Pittsburgh Opera presents Pittsburgh debut of heartfelt contemporary satire The Last American Hammer, Feb. 22 - March 1.
by Juan-Jose Gonzalez - Feb 21, 2020
La directora y miembro del elenco original se ha sentado con nosotros a hablar sobre la producción de Antonio Banderas que se estrena esta noche en el Tívoli de Barcelona.
by E.H. Reiter - Feb 21, 2020
A KIND OF WEATHER is a comedic, tragic, introspective, and thought-provoking look at transition, but not in the way that may be generally assumed.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 21, 2020
Mrs. Doubtfire's Rob McClure posted a teaser video on his Instagram of the first time the cast saw him in his prosthetics! Watch below to see the process of building his new persona and the cast's reactions.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 21, 2020
Written over 200 years ago, Mary Shelley's Gothic masterpiece retains all of its power to horrify and fascinate. This original L.A. Theatre Works commission is adapted from Shelley's novel by the BBC's Kate McAll, who wowed audiences with last season's A Room with a View. Celebrated actor Stacy Keach stars in the role of “The Creature,' and Adhir Kalyan (Arrested Development, Rules of Engagement, LATW production of The Hard Problem) is Dr. Victor Frankenstein.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 20, 2020
a?oeConjunction Junction, What's Your Function?a?? These five little words and all the catchy, jazzy tunes and tales from Schoolhouse Rock taught millions of kids, camped out in front of the television set every Saturday morning from 1973 to 1985 the fundamentals of math, grammar, science, and history. Schoolhouse Rock Live! features 21 of the best songs from the original series and is a must see for youth and families and every fan of a?oea certain agea?? who wants to relive this beloved, pop culture sensation.
by Karen Bovard - Feb 20, 2020
Director Talvin Wilks puts it well: a?oeJourneying into the writing of Claudia Rankine is like taking a roller coaster ride through our nation's most complex and subtle quandaries regarding race.a?? THE WHITE CARD is a new play by the renowned 2016 MacArthur Fellow, and author of five collections of poetry. THE WHITE CARD avoids simplistic slogans in favor of a far more nuanced autopsy of the way that white privilege (and the obliviousness and self-righteousness it fosters) infect the actions of well-meaning white people.
by Michael Dale - Feb 20, 2020
Dear kindly Ivo van Hove, I often like your work, But when you stage revivals Your concepts go berserk. Your symbolism's clunky, Your edits are too thick. West Side Story doesn't need your schtick.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 20, 2020
Dates have been announced for the Waterbury return engagement of the Tony, Grammy and Olivier Award-winning hit musical JERSEY BOYS, the story of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons. The musical will make its much-anticipated return to Waterbury to play the Palace Theater on March 17. Tickets may be purchased at the Palace Theater's Box Office, 100 East Main Street, Waterbury, on line at  or by calling 203.346.2000.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 20, 2020
The Associates of the Boston Public Library announces the world premiere of ONWARD a?" VOTES FOR WOMEN, a documentary play honoring the fight for women's suffrage, created by Lisa Rafferty, with music arranged and composed by Adam R. McDonald. The second annual event in the Pierce Performance Series,
by Stephen Mosher - Feb 20, 2020
Husband and wife musical team Paul and Rochelle Chamlin specialize is the sweet crooning sounds of The Great American Songbook and their show THE MARVELOUS MR. MERCER is right in their wheelhouse.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 20, 2020
CollaborationTown is proud to present the New York premiere of Riddle of the Trilobites, a new musical with book and lyrics by Geo Decas O'Donnell and Jordan Seavey; music and lyrics by Nicholas Williams; and puppetry design by Amanda Villalobos. Directed by Obie Award winner Lee Sunday Evans (In the Green, Dance Nation), Riddle of the Trilobites began performances at the New Victory Theater (209 West 42nd Street) on February 7, 2020 and will run through February 23, 2020.