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Robert O’Hara Thinks ‘Men Are Stupid.’ His New Play Shows Just How.

Robert O’Hara Thinks ‘Men Are Stupid.’ His New Play Shows Just How.

“In satire, you sort of imagine the unimaginable,” said Robert O’Hara, whose new play, “Mankind,” envisions a world without women.
Off Broadway Review: Speculative Satire ‘Mankind’

Off Broadway Review: Speculative Satire ‘Mankind’

In Playwrights Horizons’ “Mankind,” playwright-director Robert O’Hara envisions a future society when women have vanished from the face of the earth and men must shoulder the burdens of human
Review: In ‘Mankind,’ Men Are Men and Women Are Extinct

Review: In ‘Mankind,’ Men Are Men and Women Are Extinct

Bobby Moreno, left, and Anson Mount find themselves the unlikely high priests of a new religion in “Mankind,” at Playwrights Horizons.

André De Shields Talks Turning 72, Taking on Two Full-Time Jobs

Though already signed up to star in 'Mankind,' De Shields couldn't turn down the director gig for a new 'Ain't Misbehavin'' revival. He tells Observer, 'this has my name on it.'
Review: A Master Class in Passive Aggression in ‘Miles for Mary’

Review: A Master Class in Passive Aggression in ‘Miles for Mary’

From left, Stephanie Wright Thompson, Marc Bovino, Michael Dalto, Stacey Yen and Joe Curnutte in “Miles For Mary” at Playwrights Horizons.
Off Broadway’s Spring Semester: Five New Plays About School

Off Broadway’s Spring Semester: Five New Plays About School

From left, Andrew Garman, Jessica Hecht and Ben Edelman in Joshua Harmon’s “Admissions.”
Nice Work if You Can Get It: Being a Volunteer Usher on Broadway

Nice Work if You Can Get It: Being a Volunteer Usher on Broadway

Lori Wolf, left, and Frank Jackman, both volunteer ushers, stuffed programs at the Irish Repertory Theater, while the actors Evanna Lynch and Colin Campbell stretched before “Disco Pigs” this month.
Review: ‘This Flat Earth’ Traces Childhood Fears No Parent Can Allay

Review: ‘This Flat Earth’ Traces Childhood Fears No Parent Can Allay

Lucas Papaelias as Dan and Ella Kennedy Davis as his daughter Julie in “This Flat Earth,” directed by Rebecca Taichman, at Playwrights Horizons.
Review: ‘Dance Nation,’ the Power and the Terror of Girls at 13

Review: ‘Dance Nation,’ the Power and the Terror of Girls at 13

Camila Canó-Flaviá, front, and the cast of “Dance Nation,” Clare Barron’s blazingly original and unsettlingly familiar new play.
Clare Barron on ‘Dance Moms,’ Teen Girls and Black Sheep Ballerinas

Clare Barron on ‘Dance Moms,’ Teen Girls and Black Sheep Ballerinas

A scene from Clare Barron’s “Dance Nation,” a comedy about a dance team of 13-year-olds striving to compete in nationals.
Off Broadway Review: ‘Log Cabin’ Starring Jesse Tyler Ferguson

Off Broadway Review: ‘Log Cabin’ Starring Jesse Tyler Ferguson

Just when you thought it was safe to go to the theater again without suffering through plays about straight couples caught up in parenting issues of interest to no one but themselves, along come
It May Be Home, but It’s No Sanctuary

It May Be Home, but It’s No Sanctuary

Paddy Considine and Genevieve O’Reilly as Quinn and Mary Carney, the parents of a large and boisterous brood, in “The Ferryman.”
Review: Speaking (and Signing) of Job, in ‘I Was Most Alive With You’

Review: Speaking (and Signing) of Job, in ‘I Was Most Alive With You’

From left, Tad Cooley, Russell Harvard and Marianna Bassham in “I Was Most Alive With You,” by Craig Lucas, at Playwrights Horizons.

New York Theater Is About to Get F**ked Up

The playwrights of three new Off-Broadway works on why they chose unprintable titles.