A gay male cabaret performer poses as his deceased landlady to escape Nazi persecution in this powerful musical solo show that is grandly performed.
“The Emperor’s New Clothes” inspires this satirical musical set in a mythical nation ruled by an authoritarian president; it’s performed by a peppy cast.
Joe Pantoliano is irrepressible in this biographical musical starring Constantine Maroulis as legendary DJ Alan Freed; Little Richard is prominent.
Noël Coward’s seldom performed 1925 marital comedy is given a spirited revival by a New York City-based troupe dedicated to artists over the age of 50.
Kelli O’Hara and Brian d’Arcy James star as an alcoholic couple in this musical adaptation of the Golden Age of live television play and later classic film.
Black Panther leader Huey P. Newton appears in this ambitious and thoughtful fantasia dealing with the 1967 Oakland police shooting he was convicted of.
A beautifully written picaresque character study of a traumatized lost soul’s redemption in Upstate New York; it is majestically performed and presented.
Oscar Isaac and Rachel Brosnahan star in this stirring revival of Lorraine Hansberry’s 1964 play of ideas depicting crusading Greenwich Village idealists.
Euripides is mixed with the pandemic, Black Lives Matter and climate change, during this entrancing performance piece; George Bartenieff appears via audio.
A game cast portray the iconic “Star Trek” characters in this affectionate and well executed spoof of the 1982 movie with shades of “The Next Generation.”