It’s Personal

The Spring Arts guide is here! Sarah Rudinoff explores existential territory in a new solo show. Cover photo by Steven Miller.
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Writing a Record in Jerusalem

A singer-songwriter finds inspiration living in the beautiful, war-torn Middle East.

Composing the Future

Paul Rucker confronts history and power to provoke change.
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Giants

For Oscar Charleston. A poem.
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Assassins

ACT and 5th Avenue Theatre join forces on Sondheim's political pastiche.
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My Heart is the Drum

Village Theatre premieres a new musical, set in a small Ghanian town.
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Parade

A powerful moment in American history gets a potent musical treatment.
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New American Plays

Three more plays you shouldn't miss this season.
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Puny Humans

Bret Fetzer and Keiko Green on co-writing their new play set at Comicon.
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Betroffenheit

Kidd Pivot and Electric Company Theatre tell a story of loss, PTSD, addiction and recovery.
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Showing Out: Contemporary Black Choreographers

Spectrum artistic director Donald Byrd curates another stunning lineup of contemporary black choreographers
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The Tempest

How New City Theater's John Kazanjian approaches the classics.