Review: Up All Night, With Rebecca Hall as Muse, in ‘Soundstage’


By Elisabeth Vincentelli, The New York Times

Rob Roth’s new multimedia show uses video to try to capture the relationship between an obsessive fan and the actress who’s the object of his fantasies.


Watch a Music Video From Ars Nova's New Sci-Fi Musical

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By Olivia Clement, Playbill

Stacey Sargeant and Andrew R. Butler preview a song from the upcoming Rags Parkland Sings the Songs of the Future.


Abrons Arts Center Season Includes a Parody of an Albee Classic

By Joshua Barone, The New York Times

Elevator Repair Service, the innovative theater company, will stage an irreverent play inspired by “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?”


Rising Artists (and a Werewolf) at a New Summer Theater Festival

By Stephen McElory, The New York Times

With the New York International Fringe Festival on hiatus, the Corkscrew Theater Festival has stepped up with five new plays and a handful of readings.


A New Festival Promotes Independent Theater

The Leonard Lopate Show, WNYC

Artistic director of the Corkscrew Theater Festival, Thomas Kapusta, and its producer, Alexander Donnelly, join Leonard Lopate to talk about their new festival.

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Ars Nova’s KPOP to Include Ashley Park, Jason Tam, and Beyoncé Back-Up Dancer Ebony Williams

By Olivia Clement, Playbill

Ars Nova teams up with Ma-Yi Theater and the Woodshed Collective for the world-premiere immersive, musical event.


In a Phone Booth in Times Square: Immigration Stories Come to Life in Aman Mojadidi’s ‘Once Upon a Place’

By Carolyn Twersky, ARTnews

When Aman Mojadidi came up with the idea for his big public installation piece in the heart of New York City, he never thought it would be so relevant to the current political climate.