Steinhardt’s Original Production “Living With…” Addresses the AIDS Crisis of Today

“Living With…,” produced by the NYU Steinhardt Drama Therapy program, highlights the stories of newly diagnosed and long-term HIV/AIDS survivors through theatre and music.

In ‘Chasing the New White Whale,’ Heroin Ravages a Working-Class Community

Mike Gorman’s new play uses “Moby-Dick” as a metaphor to examine the opioid crisis’ effects on a New England commercial fishing town.

‘Torch Song’ Is About a Melancholic and Marvelous Life

Harvey Fierstein’s tale of a drag queen’s search for love and family returns to Broadway 36 years after its premiere.

Kerry Washington Returns to Broadway in ‘American Son’

“American Son,” a new Broadway play, highlights the racial in divide in the United States, however, Washington’s Performance doesn’t meet expectations.

To Boycott or Not to Boycott: Jan Fabre’s ‘Mount Olympus’

Is art made by bad people still worth our time?

Steinhardt Opens Magical Peter Pan Prequel

Steinhardt's developmentally diverse production of "Peter and the Starcatcher" uses accessibility to portray the magic of theater.

Three Tall Women Serving Age-Old Lessons

Elaine May, Glenn Close and Stockard Channing prove that age is just a number as all three return to the stage and deliver exceptional performances.

Student Cast of ‘Next to Normal’ Juggles Music and Mental Illness

Tisch New Theater's production of "Next to Normal" delivers a beautiful and heartbreaking performance rooted in themes of loss, mental illness and family.

‘Brujx’ and the Excruciating Monotony of Labor

Friday night, in the foyer of Skirball, Luciana Achugar greeted her audience nervously; Achugar doesn’t normally give speeches before her performances. “I went back and forth a lot,” she said, “but it feels that...

Backstage at Tisch’s ‘Next to Normal’

Step behind the curtain and see the backstage process behind Tisch's production of "Next To Normal" before it opens on Oct. 23.

Marx Festival: “P-Project” Tests Capitalism Through Audience Immersion

Part of NYU's ongoing Karl Marx Festival, "P Project" is a completely immersive performance that puts Marx's theories of capitalism into practice through audience interaction and exchange of cash.

A Karl Marx Festival in the Age of Late Capitalism

WSN talks to the director of Skirball and curator of the upcoming Karl Marx Festival.
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