Lesli Margherita, Lucas Steele, Ann Harada and more lead a star-studded cast in the must-see show of the winter. Face it. You wanna know.
Enter the Friday Forty for $40 tickets ($20 per Part) to Harry Potter and the Cursed Child on Broadway.
See Damien Lemon and more in an exclusive EastVille show with no drink minimum.
Fun for whole family! Hilarious interactive sketch and musical comedy totally improvised based on audience suggestions and participation.
Starring Peter Mac as Judy Garland and EVERY Other Hollywood Diva!
Celebrated Chilean theater collective Bonobo gives new significance to the notion of The Other in Tú Amarás (You Shall Love).
A new type of show, featuring some of the best vocalists in New York and World-class improvisors, where a new musical is created each night!
Peter Gelb moderates a discussion with Joyce DiDonato, Sir David McVicar, Harry Bicket, and members from the cast.
See Rachel Feinstein and more in an exclusive EastVille show with no drink minimum.
La Maison dungeon is back. The ensemble plays both dommes and clients navigating work, life, and relationships post-Trump.
See Corinne Fisher and more in an exclusive EastVille show with no drink minimum.
An unlikely hero shrunk down to the size of a bug, learns big lessons about life, our planet, caring for others and saving the bees.
A Bingo game played by the audience determines the stories, so it’s a different show every night, all by chance.
Times Square is arguably the best known and most visited Square in the World, and it is ripe with Literary and cultural history.
Gas Station Horror is a monthly, high-energy improv show that turns terrible horror movies into excellent comedy.
Art and food go hand in hand in this exciting new collection of culinary essays, illustrations, and recipes, Eat Joy.
Comedians you've seen on Netflix, HBO, Comedy Central & more!
A storytelling competition based in real life, real lust, real sex.
In America’s future, everything is underwater, but the TVs work. Two women share dreams of fame that will never come true— until they do.
Tony Award winners and NYTW Usual Suspects Rebecca Taichman and Enda Walsh bring John Carney’s indy hit film "Sing Street" to the stage.
Join Janeane Garofalo and friends for a night of stand up comedy!
A Monthly Celebration Of Broadway with Video Singalong, Circus, & Burlesque on NYC’s Lower East Side. (Arrive any time between 7 & 8pm.)
Broadway Comedy Club presents a lineup of the best comedians from New York City with special guests from all across the country.
The stand-up show featuring the best LGBTQ comedians in NYC!
The No Name Collective opens it’s 2020 season with William Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure at The PIT Loft at The Peoples Improv Theater.
Big Apple Circus returns to New York City's iconic Lincoln Center!
Nature is sexy, and so are you.
During this Uptown Showdown, limitless potential meets the bottom line.
Hear the stories of young refugees when CARTOGRAPHY asks what part we play in the lives of young people who set out into the unsure waters.
Sugar, spice, and everything nice - plus a heaping dose of Chemical X!
The Off-Broadway debut of playwright Zora Howard with her play STEW, presented by award-winning theatre company Page 73.
BURLESK! at BIRDLAND marks the return of classic burlesque to its midtown Manhattan, Times Square roots.
International Contemporary Ensemble reveal the visceral power, energy, droll wit, and daring of Jörg Widmann’s music.
A one act dance opera that scrutinizes the genesis of our choices, consciousness, addiction, routines, and love.
Get the authentic NYC stand up comedy experience at New York Comedy Club!
Exuberants Improv Comedy Team turns your basic living room conversation in a wild, hilarious comedy show.
Equal parts late-night talk show, variety show, game show, and open mic, Tuesdays at 54 is hosted by Robbie Rozelle!
Paris is the Off-Broadway playwriting debut of acclaimed actor Eboni Booth (Dance Nation), directed by Knud Adams (Marie and Bruce).
The National Ballet Theatre of Odessa, Ukraine bring the talented and bright Ballet stars to present this passionate tragedy of love.
The PIT's longest running team, The Baldwins, perform their signature brand of long form improv comedy at 8pm every Saturday night.
Captain Jam and the Agents of Jam go under-cover in order to help with disaster relief.
Don't miss this exceptional tribute to the Chairman of the Board Back by Popular Demand
Gallery Players' signature festival of new works by new and established playwrights, featuring world premieres of new comedies and dramas.
Patrick is a wild, off-duty drag queen who thrills with literally 100 costume changes in exactly 60 minutes.
Join us on our very own little slice of the Hellmouth.
The Astronaut School has 4 students—but only one can make it to outer space. Who has what it takes? Does anyone even know what it takes?
No neighborhood has such a myriad and influential history like Greenwich Village in Manhattan.
Time Out New York says: “When Fishamble is [in New York], you’ve got to go.”
Don't miss MATT ROBERTS ROCKEFELLER CENTER MAGIC select dates in the Rockefeller Center area.
R&O Aerial Entertainment presents their newest creation Rock'n'Roll Aerial Burlesque.
Be our guest for a magical, musical improv show where we take your favorite childhood movie scenes and reimagine them with improvised songs!
Juilliard Jazz Ensembles present the music of Coleman, Douglas, Hill, and Rosewinkel.
Join the Exuberants improv comedy troupe for an unforgettable evening spent celebrating your greatest achievements onstage!
We take the news, and tweak it, to imagine what the world might look like. It's the news, but better.
Nothing says NYC like a comedy show in the Village!
Greenwich Village Comedy Club presents a lineup full of our Top Headliners.
A delightful evening of burlesque, transformative seduction, and fantasy, with a special spotlight on Black & Brown Excellence.
Master magician spins the ultimate web of deception during this one-hour family oriented magic show.
A mixture of dance, clown, and mime.
New Stories Each Month! “A Master Storyteller!”-The New York Times. “The King of Kimono Comedy!”-Reuters.
The bi-coastal phenomenon just keeps rolling. Like Thunderdome of insult comedy, two comedians enter, one leaves hilariously humiliated.
Beethoven’s masterful “Emperor” Concerto is a monument of musical architecture, driven forward with beautiful flourishes and cascades.