A musical opening Thursday at La MaMa Theater includes references to the uprising in Kiev.
A play called "We Were Nothing" is showing in an actor's living room in Union Square.
The New Brooklyn Theater needs public donations to continue staging their play inside of Interfaith.
Jane Elias wrote and stars in the solo play "Do This One Thing For Me," at TriBeCa's Access Theater.
The poet and playwright whose work inspired the film "For Colored Girls" is performing on Friday.
"Wall, Ball, Summer & Fall" by Daniel John Kelley is the story of a boy who runs away to Coney Island.
The bartender at the West Village's Commerce Bar talks about Jesse Eisenberg's "The Revisionist."
A local playwright explores the parenting world of Carroll Gardens.
The Alacrity Project's Monologue Jam is a monthly recital that showcases new work from artists.
Carnegie East House residents recently took "Bachelor" to the stage as part of a biannual musical club.
The performance by a Carroll Gardens theatre group will be held at The Living Room on Sunday.
"The Jackson Heights Trilogy" will have a four-week run at the 777 Theatre in Hell's Kitchen.
The hotly anticipated film brought stars Amanda Seyfried, Eddie Redmayne, Sacha Baron Cohen and more.
The premiere of "Dead Accounts" attracted theater diehards Victor Garber, Maggie Grace and Dee Snider.
The show, presented by Making Books Sings, runs through Sunday at Theater 3 in Midtown.
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