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On Broadway | March is a month of revivals, celebrity casts, and big-deal playwrights

"Plaza Suite," Neil Simon’s 1968 suite of three one-acts about love and marriage stars real-life marrieds Matthew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker.

‘Babel’ at Theatre Exile: A collision of the goofy and the deadly serious

Jacqueline Goldfinger’s latest concerns the wish to have a perfect baby. Deborah Block directs.

Broadway’s hot tickets: Patti LuPone in ‘Company’ and Dylan’s songs in ‘North Country’

The pop musical "Six" about Henry VIII’s wives is in previews now. "The Lehman Trilogy" starts in early March.

Wilma Theater’s new play is a shocking, funny, epic take on Putin’s Russia. Plus: leech soup.

Blanka Zizka directs Rajiv Joseph's remarkable "Describe the Night." The result is stunning.

Five hot Broadway shows to see in previews now — and two-for-one promotions coming up

"My Name is Lucy Barton," "A Soldier's Play," "West Side Story," and more. In Brooklyn, real-life couple Bobby Cannavale and Rose Byrne co-star in a very modern "Medea."

A ‘Broadway Beat’ Christmas: The 2019 Rockettes and more NYC traditions that hold up

Or are you looking to escape the Christmas overload? We've got some New York City treats for you, too.

Gun violence takes center stage in powerful ‘On the Exhale’ at Theater Exile

Suli Holum is riveting in this solo show that explores the urgent topic of our times.

On Broadway now: Mary-Louise Parker, Marisa Tomei, and hot plays without huge stars

This month's "Broadway Beat" checks in on Peter Dinklage and the National in "Cyrano," too.

‘Dance Nation’ at Wilma Theater: An entertaining look at the fierce, shy world of the 13-year-old girl

A team of young dancers is preparing to compete, and they want to win. They also want to “dance away” all the suffering of humanity. They want and want and want.

Peter Dinklage is Cyrano, and more to see in New York theater this month | Broadway Beat

'Forbidden Broadway' returns, and we've got a Halloween theater treat, too.