Lincoln Center Theatre Articles

FEATURED ARTICLES ABOUT Lincoln Center Theatre

BWW Review: Uganda's Intolerance For Homosexuals Tears Apart a Christian Family in Chris Urch's THE ROLLING STONEBWW Review: Uganda's Intolerance For Homosexuals Tears Apart a Christian Family in Chris Urch's THE ROLLING STONE
by Michael Dale - July 23, 2019

In the second act of Chris Urch's excellent drama about a particularly ugly era of Uganda's intolerance of homosexuals, The Rolling Stone, James Udom is granted what might be considered the most challenging acting assignment to be currently witnessed on a New York stage. (more...)
BWW Review: Grace McLean's Intriguing Chamber Musical IN THE GREENBWW Review: Grace McLean's Intriguing Chamber Musical IN THE GREEN
by Michael Dale - July 8, 2019

Chamber musicals don't get much more chamber than composerlyricistbookwriter Grace McLean's In the Green, an intriguing new piece receiving its premiere at LCT3's Claire Tow Theater. Musically complex, dramatically abstract and, as presented by director Lee Sunday Evans, intensely intimate in style, In the Green may need some sharpening to clarify its storytelling, but as a whole it is an ambitious work that's worthy of the focused attention it demands. (more...)
BWW Review: John Larroquette Takes The Mad Excursion of John Guare's NANTUCKET SLEIGH RIDEBWW Review: John Larroquette Takes The Mad Excursion of John Guare's NANTUCKET SLEIGH RIDE
by Michael Dale - March 19, 2019

Sturdy, richly-voiced and subtly droll, John Larroquette is one of those actors with a wonderful talent for creating enormously funny moments by taking in the madness surrounding him and cutting it down with a look or an utterance. (more...)
Lincoln Center to Host Block Party Celebrating Sixty YearsLincoln Center to Host Block Party Celebrating Sixty Years
by BWW News Desk - March 8, 2019

This May, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts (LCPA) marks the 60th anniversary of the center's groundbreaking. Lincoln Center has grown to become home for eleven distinguished cultural organizations and is an international leader in arts education, serving more than 6 million people on campus annually and millions more through broadcast and digital channels. (more...)
BWW Review:  Jackie Sibblies Drury's MARYS SEACOLE Honors a Pioneering Nurse and Those Who Carry On Her LegacyBWW Review: Jackie Sibblies Drury's MARYS SEACOLE Honors a Pioneering Nurse and Those Who Carry On Her Legacy
by Michael Dale - February 28, 2019

Over 160 years after she first gained fame tending to wounded British soldiers during the Crimean War, the name Florence Nightingale is still recognized as a symbol of selfless caregiving and she is often regarded as the founder of modern nursing. But there was another woman who was just as beloved by soldiers for her bravery and leadership during that conflict. And though the name Mary Seacole has drifted into obscurity among Americans, she is still revered by the British as a pioneer in nursing. (more...)
BWW Review: Tom Stoppard's THE HARD PROBLEM Debates The Existence of Selfless ActsBWW Review: Tom Stoppard's THE HARD PROBLEM Debates The Existence of Selfless Acts
by Michael Dale - November 20, 2018

Yes, in the world of Tom Stoppard, post-coital pillow talk can be a debate about human consciousness and whether or not altruism truly exists.  After all, nobody said anything about THE HARD PROBLEM was going to be easy. (more...)
BWW Review:  Antoinette Nwandu's PASS OVER, A Tightly Written Bit Of Urban AbsurdismBWW Review: Antoinette Nwandu's PASS OVER, A Tightly Written Bit Of Urban Absurdism
by Michael Dale - June 24, 2018

If upon entering a theatre, the stage is populated by a young black man sleeping under a street lamp as another young black man quietly scrutinizes all in attendance, while the pre-show music plays Doris Day singing 'Que Sera, Sera,' it's a good sign that there are going to be some strong opinions expressed. (more...)
BWW Review:  White Liberals Preach Diversity But Practice Privilege in Joshua Harmon's Hilarious ADMISSIONSBWW Review: White Liberals Preach Diversity But Practice Privilege in Joshua Harmon's Hilarious ADMISSIONS
by Michael Dale - March 15, 2018

Innovative genius Norman Lear will forever be remembered for expanding the limits of what television comedy could do by bringing Archie Bunker, and his everyday brand of casual and not-so-casual bigotry, into American homes every week and hold him up to public ridicule. (more...)
BWW Review:  Martyna Majok's queens Provides an Intriguing Profile of Contemporary Immigrant WomenBWW Review: Martyna Majok's queens Provides an Intriguing Profile of Contemporary Immigrant Women
by Michael Dale - March 12, 2018

'We take care homes,' a Polish immigrant living in New York's Borough of Queens bluntly explains to a young newcomer from Ukraine who has yet to get settled. 'Us kinds people, we take care house. Men, they build them and women, they clean them. Take care children. Rest this country handles rest this country. But us, we do homes.' (more...)
Photo Flash: QUEENS Celebrates Opening Night at LCT3Photo Flash: QUEENS Celebrates Opening Night at LCT3
by BWW News Desk - March 6, 2018

LCT3 at Lincoln Center Theater held its opening night party for queens! A cast including Jessica Love, Nadine Malouf and Zuzanna Szadkowski were joined by LCT alums Andrew Rannells and Marin Ireland at last night's celebration. (more...)
Jessica Love, Nadine Malouf and More to Lead QUEENS at LCT3Jessica Love, Nadine Malouf and More to Lead QUEENS at LCT3
by BWW News Desk - December 14, 2017

Jessica Love, Nadine Malouf, Ana Reeder, Andrea Syglowski, Zuzanna Szadkowski, Sarah Tolan-Mee, and Nicole Villamil will be featured in the upcoming LCT3/Lincoln Center Theater production of queens, a new play by Martyna Majok, to be directed by Danya Taymor. (more...)
BWW Interview: Laura Michelle Kelly of THE KING & I  at Winspear Opera HouseBWW Interview: Laura Michelle Kelly of THE KING & I at Winspear Opera House
by Sarah Comley Caldwell - December 11, 2017

Laura Michelle Kelly's impressive body of creative work ranges the West End, Broadway, television, and film. She won an Olivier award for her performance as Mary Poppins and most recently starred on Broadway in the new musical Finding Neverland. Her latest musical theatre project is portraying Anna Leonowens in the Lincoln Center touring production of The King and I which will play the Winspear Opera House in Dallas, Texas during the 2017 holiday season. (more...)
BWW TV: THE WOLVES Take the Field in Highlights at Lincoln Center TheaterBWW TV: THE WOLVES Take the Field in Highlights at Lincoln Center Theater
by BroadwayWorld TV - November 16, 2017

Lincoln Center Theater is bringing the critically-acclaimed, Drama Desk and Obie award-winning production of The Wolves, a new play by Sarah DeLappe, directed by Lila Neugebauer, to the Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater this fall. The show is currently in previews for an opening on November 20, and BroadwayWorld has footage from the show below! (more...)
Photo Flash: First Look at All-Female Soccer Play THE WOLVES at Lincoln Center TheaterPhoto Flash: First Look at All-Female Soccer Play THE WOLVES at Lincoln Center Theater
by BWW News Desk - November 14, 2017

Lincoln Center Theater is bringing the critically-acclaimed, Drama Desk and Obie award-winning production of The Wolves, a new play by Sarah DeLappe, directed by Lila Neugebauer, to the Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater this fall. The show is currently in previews for an opening on November 20, and BroadwayWorld has a first look at the team in action below! (more...)
Ben Edelman, Andrew Garman, Jessica Hecht and More to Star in Joshua Harmon's ADMISSIONS at LCTBen Edelman, Andrew Garman, Jessica Hecht and More to Star in Joshua Harmon's ADMISSIONS at LCT
by BWW News Desk - November 14, 2017

Lincoln Center Theater has announced that Ben Edelman, Andrew Garman, Jessica Hecht, Dana Ivey, and Sally Murphy will be featured in its upcoming production of ADMISSIONS, a new play by Joshua Harmon, directed by Daniel Aukin. (more...)
Photo Flash: Cristin Milioti, William Jackson Harper and More Celebrate AFTER THE BLAST Opening Off-BroadwayPhoto Flash: Cristin Milioti, William Jackson Harper and More Celebrate AFTER THE BLAST Opening Off-Broadway
by BWW News Desk - October 24, 2017

AFTER THE BLAST opened last night, October 23, and will run for six weeks only through Sunday, November 19 at the Claire Tow Theater (150 West 65 Street). BroadwayWorld has photos from the opening festivities below! (more...)
BWW TV: Watch Highlights of Cristin Milioti, William Jackson Harper and More in LCT3's AFTER THE BLASTBWW TV: Watch Highlights of Cristin Milioti, William Jackson Harper and More in LCT3's AFTER THE BLAST
by BroadwayWorld TV - October 23, 2017

Eboni Booth, Will Connolly, William Jackson Harper, Ben Horner, Cristin Milioti, David Pegram, and Teresa Yenque comprise the cast of the LCT3/Lincoln Center Theaterproduction of After the Blast, a new play by Zoe Kazan, directed by Lila Neugebauer. BroadwayWorld has highlights from the production below! (more...)
North American Premieres from UK, Syria and Israel Among Lincoln Center Festival 2017 Lineup
by BWW News Desk - June 13, 2017

The Festival's theater offerings feature four North American premieres from the U.K., Syria, and Israel, challenging audiences to look backward and forward, while offering perspectives that confront assumptions about human nature. (more...)
Lincoln Center Out of Doors Kicks Off with NPR Music's Turning the Tables Live
by BWW News Desk - June 12, 2017

Lincoln Center Out of Doors, one of the country's longest-running free outdoor summer festivals, confirms the lineup of its collaboration with NPR Music for Turning the Tables Live, opening the festival July 26 at the Damrosch Park Bandshell. (more...)
BWW TV: Jose Llana of THE KING & I National Tour
by Jeffrey Kare - June 1, 2017

BWW TV: Jose Llana of THE KING & I National Tour (more...)
Stephen Schwartz and More to Tribute Tyler Clementi with TYLER'S SUITE at Lincoln Center
by BWW News Desk - May 1, 2017

On June 4 at 2PM, Distinguished Concerts International New York (DCINY) will present Tyler's Suite at Lincoln Center's David Geffen Hall in commemoration to the memory of Tyler Clementi, a young musician who died by suicide shortly after being bullied online by his roommate for being gay. (more...)