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    • Room Request! The London Edition

      Room Request! The London Edition

      Understated luxury and English elegance meet in the heart of the British capital

      Though the bones of this hotel are a landmark, historic building from 1835, there’s nothing about the London Edition that seems old and tired. That includes the lively lobby scene, whether in the morning or late into the night, and the young, international clientele that has ... More

    • The Brightest Light Off Broadway: Alex Edelman

      The Brightest Light Off Broadway: Alex Edelman

      Get your tickets now to the comedian, writer and performer's show, Just for Us, at the Greenwich House Theater before it sells out

      Nobody guessed that a solo show from comedian and writer Alex Edelman would become a hit, but that’s what happened with Just for Us, which is now running through late July at the Greenwich House Theater. Originally, the piece, about a strange and uncomfortable excursion ... More

    • The Brightest Lights on Broadway: Chasten Harmon

      The Brightest Lights on Broadway: Chasten Harmon

      The actress makes her Broadway debut opposite Billy Crystal in Mr. Saturday Night

      In the big new musical Mr. Saturday Night, Harmon stars as Annie Wells, agent to Buddy Young Jr., an old-school comedian trying to make a comeback. Billy Crystal played Buddy in the 1992 movie of the same name (his directorial debut), and he’s now playing the ... More

    • Jane Lynch’s Broadway Homecoming

      Jane Lynch’s Broadway Homecoming

      The actress is starring as Fanny Brice’s mother in a new revival of "Funny Girl"

      Lynch, star of Glee and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, grew up in Illinois listening to the Broadway cast album of Funny Girl. Now, the actress is starring as Fanny Brice’s mother in a revival of the show opposite Beanie Feldstein. “I couldn’t be more thrilled. ... More

    • Lileana Blain-Cruz Is Trying Something Wilder

      Lileana Blain-Cruz Is Trying Something Wilder

      The director of the Pulitzer Prize-winning comedy, "The Skin of Our Teeth," on its new Lincoln Center Theater production

      Thornton Wilder’s The Skin of Our Teeth, written in 1942, is often performed regionally, but it hasn’t seen a large New York production in quite some time. Enter Lincoln Center and Lileana Blain-Cruz. “I was looking for a play that wrestled with ... More

    • The Brightest Lights on Broadway: Patrick J. Adams

      The Brightest Lights on Broadway: Patrick J. Adams

      The actor makes his Broadway debut in "Take Me Out"

      Before performances started for the revival of Richard Greenberg’s Take Me Out on Broadway, Patrick J. Adams, who starred for many seasons on the television series Suits, was initially scared of “showering in front of 500 people every night.” The play, about ... More

    • Broadway’s Power Duo: Tracy Letts And Anna Shapiro

      Broadway’s Power Duo: Tracy Letts And Anna Shapiro

      The playwright/actor and director, who've collaborated since 1999, discuss their new production of "The Minutes"

      “I never want to perform in one of my own plays, and, in fact, I have never performed in one of my own plays before now,” says actor and playwright Tracy Letts, whose latest play to hit Broadway, The Minutes, is about a city council meeting in a fictional town. ... More

    • The Brightest Lights On Broadway: Joaquina Kalukango

      The Brightest Lights On Broadway: Joaquina Kalukango

      In the new Broadway musical, "Paradise Square," the actress steps into a leading role

      Originating a role in a brand-new Broadway musical like Paradise Square “was a huge dream of mine,” says Joaquina Kalukango, who was Tony-nominated for her performance in Slave Play in 2020. By all accounts, Kalukango blows the roof off the Barrymore Theatre as Nelly O’Brien, the ... More

    • The Brightest Lights on Broadway: Emma Crow

      The Brightest Lights on Broadway: Emma Crow

      The 17-year-old makes her Broadway debut in "The Music Man" opposite Hugh Jackman and Sutton Foster

      The Music Man has been perhaps the most anticipated Broadway revival in years, in part because it stars Hugh Jackman as traveling salesman Harold Hill and Sutton Foster as his love interest, Marian the librarian. Crow, a 17-year-old ballet dancer from Hackettstown, New Jersey, is ... More

    • Lynn Nottage Is Theater’s Boldest Voice

      Lynn Nottage Is Theater’s Boldest Voice

      The playwright debuts three productions on-and-off Broadway this season

      Is anyone on Broadway busier than Lynn Nottage? This season, the two-time Pulitzer Prize winner for Ruined (2009) and Sweat (2017) introduced Broadway to her new play Clyde’s to ecstatic reviews; wrote the book for the jukebox musical MJ, about Michael Jackson, featuring a large ... More