“A lot of the deaths are funny, but somehow the cumulative effect ends up hitting you somewhere real, somewhere inside, where you realize, ‘We are all going to die. That sucks,’ ” co-director Judd Palmer says.
In “Diner,” a new musical based on the 1982 movie, Tess Soltau got to build her character from the ground up. The waist up, rather.
The most tights-clad of all holiday traditions is once again saturating local stages.
“You’ll never hear the music the same way again,” says Cirque de la Symphonie co-founder Alexander Streltsov.
When Santa’s away, Mrs. Claus and the elves will play. That’s the idea behind Pointless Theatre’s “A Very Pointless Holiday Spectacular,” a debauchery-laden, adults-only talent show set in the North Pole on Christmas Eve.
On Friday, you can discover what it’s like to be an astronaut looking back at Earth. Sort of.
Ever wonder what a Boyz II Men cover of “Choo Choo Ch’boogie” might sound (and look) like? Here’s your chance to find out.
Three-hundred and fifty pounds of raw emotion and wry humor, Aguero, 38, has spent the past seven years captivating audiences at New York storytelling collective The Moth with tales from his tumultuous life.
Posner compares directing “The Gift of Nothing” to, of all things, directing Shakespeare.
These days, Isabella Rossellini is more likely to writhe around in an earthworm costume than appear in ads as the elegant face of Lancome.