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Bed-Stuy »

The newly renovated theater launches its season with a production of "The Old Settler."

Central Harlem »

Liza Jessie Peterson is putting on a play about maintaining friendships with people behind bars.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

The free Shakespeare show is produced by the same theater that did a naked "Tempest" last year.

Financial District »

Shakespeare Downtown will stage "Richard III" in Lower Manhattan

Crown Heights »

The Crown Heights theater, sister site to the former Slave Theater, has been renovated in recent months.

Upper West Side »

The New Stage Theatre Company is putting down roots in a basement space on West 106th Street.

Bed-Stuy »

Changes in the $4.1 million renovation include an expanded stage, new lighting, seating and more.

Times Square & Theater District »

Get ready, Potter fans. The sequel to your favorite series could be opening on Broadway in 2018.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The theaters will provide "affordable" performance space for low-budget, nonprofit theaters.

Times Square & Theater District »

Brandon Victor Dixon, who plays Aaron Burr, read a statement urging Pence to work for all Americans.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Alamo Drafthouse has started screening movies at its new location at 445 Gold Street.

Downtown Brooklyn »

The much-anticipated theater chain announced the opening date Tuesday after some initial delays.

Times Square & Theater District »

Buy tickets for "Avenue Q" and "STOMP" at discounted prices before they're gone.

Downtown Brooklyn »

The Austin-based theater chain announced Wednesday it would not open in August as planned.

West Village »

If you like offbeat theater, this festival is for you.