The Vineyard Theatre, in co-production with WP Theater presents sandblasted by Charly Evon Simpson, directed by Summer L. Williamssandblasted stars Marinda Anderson (Miss You Like Hell), Brittany Bellizeare (The Bluest Eye) and Andy Lucien (“The Blacklist”), and Rolonda Watts (“Rolonda”). ​​ sandblasted is a deeply stirring, funny, theatrically daring story of waiting and hoping, time and healing, written by Vineyard’s 2019 Paula Vogel Playwriting Award winner, and WP Theater Lab alum, Charly Evon Simpson (Behind the Sheet), directed by Elliot Norton Award-winning director Summer L. Williams in her New York City debut.

Previews begin February 6, in advance of an Official Opening Night on Sunday, February 27 and playing through March 6 atVineyard Theatre  (108 East 15th Street NYC).

NJ Repertory presents The Promotion, running January 27 thru February 20. NJ Rep, 179 Broadway, Long Branch, NJ Tickets: HERE

Ars Nova, the pop-culture-savvy experimentation company under the leadership of Founding Artistic Director Jason Eagan and Producing Executive Director Renee Blinkwolt, announces details for the world premiere commission of Oratorio for Living Things by Obie Award-winner and 2015 & 2016 Ars Nova resident artist Heather ChristianDirected by Obie Award-winner Lee Sunday Evans, the event fuses music and theater, surrounding the audience with 18 virtuosic singers and instrumentalists. Oratorio for Living Things runs March 15–April 17, 2022, at Ars Nova @ Greenwich House (27 Barrow Street, Manhattan) with a press opening on March 30, exactly two years to the day from its previously scheduled pre-pandemic opening. Tickets are now on sale at

Arthur Schnitzler’s classic tale of love and infidelity, ROUND DANCE, comes to New York in a new translation from the German by H. Clark Kee, who also directs. Produced by Oldest Boys Production in association with Accidental Repertory Theater, and presented by IRT TheaterROUND DANCE begins performances on Thursday, March 10 for a limited engagement through Sunday, March 27IRT Theater (154 Christopher Street, NYC) For tickets and more information visit