Audiences are invited to leave their digital devices on and post their experiences on social networks during the performance.
The legendary director and screenwriter will helm Mike Bencivenga's comedy about the making of Billy Wilder's 'Double Indemnity.'
William Luce's play, which uses one player, 15 characters and the poet's own words, starred Julie Harris in its 1976 Broadway debut.
The stories of 10 people staying at the same motel unfold in a single motel-room set in Gurney's Ayckbourn-influenced ensemble piece.
Isobel Pravda plays her grandmother, the Czech actress, director and Holocaust survivor, in an award-winning drama from Prague's Svandovo Divadlo Theater.
A new production of Shakespeare's goriest play features puppets alongside actors, 'Avenue Q' style.
Set in Bed-Stuy, a play about black women's personal and cultural hair dilemmas launches an every-Sunday run in L.A.
Megan Mullally pulled out of a Broadway revival a few years ago, so this will be NYC's first chance to see McNally's comedy about straight couples in a gay milieu since its first Off-Broadway run 23 years ago.
Songs by established Nashville songwriter JT Harding tell a story set in the rural South of love between a young country singer and a recovering meth addict against the backdrop of the Iraq war.
'Clinton: The Musical' is a 'painfully funny piece of delicious political satire' that received a Best New Musical nomination at the 2012 Edinburgh Fringe.
Porter's autobiographical play depicts coming of age in Pittsburgh surrounded by a group of strong-willed women.
Jones's character runs a battered women's shelter in 1972, before such places were common, in a new play by 'House of Cards' writer Sarah Treem.
The author of 'The Motherf***er with the Hat' takes on rent-stabilized New York City in his newest play.
But Off- or Off-Off Broadway shows were shut out in the Play and Musical categories.
Robert Askins's raunchy comedy about religious re-education features a puppet that may be possessed by the Devil.