Enter the Friday Forty for $40 tickets ($20 per Part) to Harry Potter and the Cursed Child on Broadway.
The Billie Holiday Theatre presents the world premiere of Reparations, by playwright James Sheldon and directed by Michele Shay.
Celebrate family and the holidays in this experiential, world-premiere adaptation of Little Women.
A presentation of 4 rarely produced, and little known, one-act plays by the legendary Tennessee Williams.
Catch a sneak preview of the latest addition to Baba Brinkman's critically-acclaimed "Rap Guide" series before it transfers to Edinburgh.
This dark and twisted romantic comedy by Lizzie Vieh follows a recently separated couple whose lives are spinning out of control.
After a bad decision and a tragic twist of fate, a white man from an affluent, New Jersey town ends up in Rikers Island.
It’s 1983, the evening before Dr. Sally Ride’s historic space flight. Hundreds of miles away, a group of women watch life pass them by.
This November one of the most popular one man shows in North America finally comes to New York!
One a Christian. The other a Muslim. One free. The other in jail. A tale of two brothers reconciled through music.
FEAR follows a little girl’s disappearance as it prompts a tense confrontation among a plumber, professor and teenage boy.
We're Gonna Die is a non-musical/non-play/non-concert that is not about dying
Canadian tree planter turned rap artist Baba Brinkman breaks down the science and politics of global warming.
Back by popular demand, the 2019 La MaMa Puppet Slam returns this year with NEW short works of genius!
“Peer reviewed rapper” Baba Brinkman takes a deep dive into the neuroscience of human experience, from sensations to hallucinations.
“This Alice dazzles the eye and the ear” – The New York Times
A poetic meditation on the roles artists play in times of war through a fantastical friendship between Franz Marc and Else Lasker-Schüler.
Clowns Ex Machina takes a darkly comic look at transgression, the corruption of dreams, and women in dangerously, dangerously bad moods.
When Jewish athlete Helene Mayer is selected for the Nazis' Olympic Squad, she realizes she is fighting for much more than gold.
Guirgis’ first new play since Atlantic Theater Company’s 2014 award-winning production of Between Riverside and Crazy.