“Fatherland,” now playing in London, is an ambitious, genre-defying work that brings together interviews about what it means to be a parent, enlivened with music and dance.
Political plays by Suzan-Lori Parks and Michael Moore, Harold Prince’s hit anthology and New York premieres from Simon Stephens and Bruce Norris.
Two premieres in London put foreboding at center stage.
A stage adaptation of “The Kid Stays in the Picture,” about the producer Robert Evans, is among this company’s offerings for the 2017 season.
The play, making its transfer to Broadway with Mary-Louise Parker and Denis Arndt, finds a potentially psychotic American woman meeting a British butcher.
By happy accident, the veteran actor Denis Arndt makes his Broadway debut in Simon Stephens’s “Heisenberg.”
Catch these summer season highlights before they close.