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Manhattan Theatre Club Stage II

(New York, NY)
131 West 55th Street
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by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 8, 2020
Irish Repertory Theatre has announced its Online 2020 Fall Season. This fall will feature five Performances on Screen.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 30, 2020
A handful of intrepid solo performers are presenting live, outdoor pop up performances of their acclaimed solo shows this Fall. These intimate storytelling events are presented using the LiveTours app and performed for an audience of 14 or less.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 4, 2020
Virtual Off the Page, the series of virtual staged readings presented online by Sierra Madre Playhouse, next presents streamed performances of Collected Stories by Donald Margulies.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Oct 14, 2020
Amazon Prime Video will say so long to 2020 with the new comedy special Yearly Departed, a comedic memorial for a year that somehow still isn't over yet.
by Stage Tube - Oct 1, 2020
In this horror satire set in 1989, BAD HAIR follows an ambitious young woman (Elle Lorraine) who gets a weave in order to succeed in the image-obsessed world of music television. However, her flourishing career comes at a great cost when she realizes that her new hair may have a mind of its own. 
by Jim Munson - Nov 8, 2019
Iranian playwright Nassim Soleimanpour has forged quite a singular career. His elliptical works have been performed all over the world, including two lengthy runs in New York featuring a virtual Who's Who of stage actors. His play Nassim adheres to an unorthodox format wherein its sole actor, a different one for each performance, does not even see the script until it is unsealed at the beginning of the actual performance. Soleimanpour himself is present onstage with the actor as a sort of silent companion. BroadwayWorld spoke with Soleimanpour from Berlin the evening before he was set to fly to San Francisco for performances at the Magic Theatre. As you can imagine, travelling to the U.S. these days is very complicated for an Iranian citizen. In conversation, Soleimanpour is thoughtful, funny, quick to express gratitude, and surprisingly calm for someone whose life is so peripatetic.
by Stage Tube - May 8, 2020
On last night's episode of The Late Late Show, James Corden connects with Laura Linney, who is safe in quarantine, to talk about her career and the show she currently stars in on Netflix, Ozark, which recently premiered it's third season.
by Sarah Hookey - May 2, 2019
The Trap Door Theatre Presents THE KILLER, which will run from Thursday, May 30, 2019 at 8PM to Saturday, July 6, 2019 at 8PM.
by Julie Musbach - May 13, 2019
Manhattan Theatre Club's New York premiere of Long Lost, written by Donald Margulies and directed by Daniel Sullivan, begins performances tomorrow at MTC at New York City Center - Stage I (131 West 55th Street). Opening night is set for Tuesday, June 4.
by Deborah Bostock-Kelley - Mar 7, 2019
Helmed by Kristin Clippard in her American Stage directorial debut, "The Roomate" by Jen Silverman opens at American Stage on March 13 through April 7. Dubbed "Breaking Bad meets Grace and Frankie," this breakout 2015 two-person dramedy, emerged from the prestigious Humana Festival of new American plays. In "The Roommate," Sharon (Annie Fitzpatrick) and Robyn (Amy Resnick) are perfectly incompatible roommates that become unlikely friends.
by Nicole Rosky - Mar 6, 2021
Broadway might be dark, but that doesn't mean that theatre isn't happening everywhere! Below, check out where you can get your daily fix of Broadway this weekend, March 6-7, 2021.
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 5, 2019
New York Live Arts (Live Arts) to present the New York premiere of Netta Yerushalmy's Paramodernities, March 14-17, 2019, having commissioned the work as part of the Live Feed Residency Program. The complete six-part encyclopedic series is a multidisciplinary work that weaves theory and performance into a four-hour-long hybrid event. Yerushalmy and a cast of 20 dancers and scholars, ranging in age from 20 to 68, perform deconstructed installments of Nijinsky's “Sacre” (1913), Graham's “Night Journey” (1947), Ailey's “Revelations” (1960), a mix of Cunningham works “Rainforest,” “Sounddance”, “Points in Space”, “Beach Birds”,  and “Ocean” (1968-1990), dance numbers from the 1969 Fosse's film “Sweet Charity”, and a response to Balanchine's “Agon” (1957) that includes none of the original choreography.
by Julie Musbach - Mar 28, 2019
Complete casting has been announced for the New York premiere of Long Lost, written by Donald Margulies and directed by Dan Sullivan. The production will feature Kelly AuCoin (Of Good Stock, Julius Caesar, "Billions"), Annie Parisse(Clybourne Park, "Friends from College," "Person of Interest"), Lee Tergesen (Rapture, Blister, Burn; "Oz;" "Generation Kill"), and Alex Wolff (Hereditary, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, Patriots Day).
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Mar 26, 2021
Could It Get Better Than This is the follow up to their debut Because We Had Too, which earned them a dedicated and growing fanbase, and led No Depression to anoint the group “a charismatic indie folk band with enough energy to take on the world.”
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 22, 2021
Pat Collins, a Broadway lighting designer who won a 1986 Tony Award for her work on I'm Not Rappaport, has passed away. 
by Elliot Lanes - Mar 2, 2019
Oooh la la, the good folks at Imagination Stage have a Parisian musical spectacular in store for you with the non- cheesy story about a couple of mice out to save the cheeses of Paris. Anatole: Mouse Magnifique features a dynamic and fun score by James Valcq (Music), book and lyrics by John MacLay and Lee Becker, and a terrific no-holes-like-a-piece of-Swiss-cheese-staging from Tom Story.
by Julie Musbach - Mar 13, 2019
Geva Theatre Center presents Native Gardens, by Karen Zacarias and directed by Melissa Crespo, in the Elaine P. Wilson Stage from March 26 through April 21, 2019.
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 6, 2019
Berkshire Theatre Group (BTG) presents Pulitzer, Tony and Oscar Award-winning playwright, John Patrick Shanley's (Doubt: A Parable, Moonstruck), Outside Mullingar, directed by Karen Allen (Film: Raiders of The Lost Ark, Scrooged, Animal House; BTG: Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune, Moonchildren, Extremities). 
by Review Roundups - Jun 6, 2019
Long Lost celebrated opening night on Tuesday, June 4 at MTC.
by Nancy Grossman - Jun 5, 2019
Just in time for LGBTQ Pride Month, and on the cusp of the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots, SpeakEasy Stage Company presents the New England premiere of the Off-Broadway musical THE VIEW UPSTAIRS in the Plaza Theatre at the Boston Center for the Arts. Inspired by a little-known historical event, Max Vernon pays tribute to '70s gay culture and the victims of the firebombing of the UpStairs Lounge in the French Quarter of New Orleans in 1973. Although 32 people perished (the deadliest assault on a gay bar prior to the 2016 shooting at the Pulse nightclub which killed 49 people), Vernon's book and score focus on the personalities of the archetypal characters, the challenges they faced in that era, and the strong ties they forged to make a life in the homosexual community.
by Julie Musbach - Jun 5, 2019
Get a peek inside opening night of Manhattan Theatre Club's New York premiere of Long Lost, written by Donald Margulies and directed by Daniel Sullivan.
by Julie Musbach - Jun 3, 2019
Manhattan Theatre Club's New York premiere of Long Lost, written by Donald Margulies and directed by Daniel Sullivan, opens tomorrow night, Tuesday June 4, at MTC at New York City Center - Stage I (131 West 55th Street).
by Stephi Wild - Jun 25, 2019
The Educational Theatre Association's President's Award recognizes an individual who has made exceptional contributions to the Association, through serving as EdTA President, on the board of directors, or as a volunteer leader. The 2019 recipient is Bob Heinrichs of Lincoln, Nebraska.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 22, 2019
Boroughs Publishing Group and author, Susan Mac Nicol are pleased to announce the release of their new contemporary MM romantic suspense novel, For Fox Sake.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 20, 2019
Following the success of his first season at The Bunker, Artistic Director Chris Sonnex's new season cements his vision for the theatre, representing and sharing the stories of its community. With a new festival with work from Black artists, a new work from Anna Jordan, debut plays from emerging writers and the return of the sold-out My White Best Friend (and Other Letters Left Unsaid), The Bunker is the place for ambitious creatives to share their work with adventurous audiences.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 14, 2021
DONALD MARGULIES is in conversation with Executive Producer & Artistic Associate, STEPHEN KITSAKOS on Wednesday, June 16th from 6-7PM EST. The weekly livestream program invites theater, television, film, literary & visual arts personalities online for a lively, unscripted hour-long conversation produced by The Studios.
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 1, 2021
Deemed one of the '25 Coolest Film Festivals in the World' by MovieMaker Magazine in 2019, the Third Horizon Film Festival returns for its fifth edition. This year the festival will be hosted hybrid style with a thoughtfully curated mix of in-person and virtual screenings beginning June 24, 2021, through July 1, 2021, in Miami, Florida.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Jul 1, 2020
osted by comedy legend and personal collector Jeff Foxworthy, 'What's It Worth?' premieres on Tuesday, August 4 at 9pm ET/PT. The new 30-minute series debuts ahead of the previously announced two-hour live series 'What's It Worth? Live' which will launch this Fall.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 4, 2022
Irish Repertory Theatre announced today two productions, two special one-night-only performances and one streaming event for their upcoming winter 2022 season.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 4, 2020
My name is Lucy Barton is officially in previews on Broadway! Four-time Emmy winner, two-time Golden Globe winner, three-time Academy Award and four-time Tony nominee Laura Linney returns to Broadway in a haunting new solo play adapted by Rona Munro from the bestselling novel by Pulitzer Prize winner Elizabeth Strout.
by Stephi Wild - Jan 15, 2020
Magnet Theater presents The Eleventh Annual New York Musical Improv Festival from March 12 - 15, 2020 at 254 W. 29th Street, ground floor (between 7th and 8th Avenues), NYC. Most tickets are $5-$15 and feature performances by two to four different musical improv acts per show. Festival Workshops are also being offered to people of all levels of experience! Tickets and Workshops will available for purchase at www.nymif.com.
by Review Roundups - Jan 15, 2020
My Name is Lucy Barton starring Laura Linney opens tonight at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 13, 2021
Irish Repertory Theatre has announced their Theatre @ Home Winter Festival, a four-week repertory retrospective of all of the original digital productions created by Irish Repertory Theatre during the COVID-19 shut-down, from January 26 – February 21, 2021.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 5, 2020
Theatre for a New Audience (TFANA; Jeffrey Horowitz, Founding Artistic Director) will present the New York premiere of celebrated American playwright Will Eno's Gnit, inspired by Henrik Ibsen's Peer Gynt (originally published in 1867). Directed by Eno's frequent collaborator, the Obie and Lortel Award-Winner Oliver Butler (Eno's 2014 The Open House and the 2018 revival of Thom Paine (based on nothing), starring Michael C. Hall, both at Signature Theater, and 2019's The Plot at Yale Rep; Heidi Schreck's Tony Award-nominated What the Constitution Means to Me).
by Nicole Rosky - Feb 4, 2021
Today (February 4) in live streaming: All My Children on Stars in the House, a CSC conversation with Shaina Taub, and more!
by Kaitlin Milligan - Feb 4, 2020
With more than 500 successful flips to his name, real estate powerhouse Tarek El Moussa, best known from HGTV's hit series Flip or Flop, is ready to share the secrets to his success in the network's new series, Flipping 101 w/ Tarek El Moussa. Premiering Thursday, March 5, at 9 p.m. ET/PT, the series spotlights Tarek as he mentors first-time flippers, helping them navigate costly mistakes as they race to get a renovated property on the market. Facing obstacles at every turn, from unexpected construction delays and crumbling foundations to rotting roofs and dilapidated interiors, these flipping newcomers need Tarek's invaluable expertise to transform their risky investments into big rewards.
by Roy Berko - Feb 3, 2020
Lynn Nottage is an African American multi-prize-winning playwright. A rare and important theatrical voice, she is noted for her lyric and powerfully expressive use of language and her examining the plight of marginalized people.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 28, 2020
Hangmen is officially in previews on Broadway! Martin McDonagh's Hangmen marks McDonagh's seventh play to be produced on Broadway and his return to the stage following his BAFTA and Golden Globe Award-winning and Oscar-nominated film Three Billboards Outside of Ebbing, Missouri. Hangmen will officially open on Thursday, March 19, 2020, at Broadway's Golden Theatre (252 West 45th Street).
by Nicole Rosky - Feb 27, 2021
Broadway might be dark, but that doesn't mean that theatre isn't happening everywhere! Below, check out where you can get your daily fix of Broadway this weekend, February 27-28, 2020.
by Julie Musbach - Feb 27, 2019
The New Jewish Theatre's 2018-19 season continues with Donald Margulies' thoughtful drama, Time Stands Still, directed by Doug Finlayson.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Feb 21, 2020
Inspired by true events, BAD EDUCATION, debuting SATURDAY, APRIL 25 (8:00-9:30 p.m. ET/PT), follows Frank Tassone (Hugh Jackman) and Pam Gluckin (Allison Janney) who reign over a popular Long Island school district on the verge of the nation's top spot, spurring record college admissions and soaring property values. But when an embezzlement scheme surfaces that threatens to destroy all they've built, Frank is forced to maintain order and secrecy — by whatever means necessary.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 20, 2020
Irish Repertory Theatre (Charlotte Moore, Artistic Director and Ciarán O'Reilly, Producing Director) has announced the full cast & creative team for A Touch of the Poet by Eugene O'Neill and directed by Ciarán O'Reilly (Dublin Carol). Performances will begin on the Francis J. Greenberger Mainstage on March 25, 2020, with opening night set for April 5, for a run through May 10, 2020.
by Nicole Rosky - Feb 16, 2021
Today (February 16) in live streaming: Laura Osnes sings with Seth Rudetsky, Josh Groban in concert, and more!
by Nicole Rosky - Feb 12, 2021
Today (February 12) in live streaming: soap stars unite on Stars in the House, Laura Osnes visits Backstage Live, and more!
by Bruce Apar - Dec 7, 2021
Authored by five writers of diverse voices, styles and skillsets, tying the eclectic tales together is a uniform fascination with the meaning of existence, notably the randomness and revelations inherent in human interaction.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 6, 2019
The Old Globe's 2020 Summer Season brings to Balboa Park an extraordinarily talented group of artists who will delight audiences with their unique takes on four great works of theatre. The season incudes a classic American musical, a new adaptation of a 20th century thriller, and two of Shakespeare's masterworks on our outdoor stage.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Aug 5, 2020
Nathan Lane announces todaya??s AFI Movie Club selection: THE ODD COUPLE.
by Julie Musbach - Aug 26, 2019
La MaMa is proud to present the world premiere of All My Fathers, a new tragicomedy by Paul David Young (Faust 3: The Turd Coming, or The Fart of the Deal; Clown Play; In the Summer Pavilion) that centers on the life-changing declaration by Young's elderly mother that he is the bastard son of the family pediatrician.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Aug 13, 2020
Hulu has announced that its original film BAD HAIR will premiere Friday, October 23rd. The streamer has also shared the first teaser for the film.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Apr 7, 2020
Inspired by the true story that rocked the town of Roslyn, NY in 2004 that garnered attention nationwide, Bad Education, debuting Saturday, April 25, centers on the stunning impact and aftermath of a multi-million-dollar embezzlement scheme