Jessica Chastain/A Doll’s House – United Solo Theatre Festival – Fusion Theatre Co/Medea – EAT/Spark Theatre Festival – Roger Q. Mason/The Pink – Grey House

Fusion Theatre Company, under the Artistic Direction of its Founder, Eilin O’Dea, invites you to review an innovative new production of MEDEA, March 1st – March 12th in the Community Space Theater at Theater for the New City (155 First Avenue). Directed by O’Dea, the production fuses Euripides’ classic with excerpts from Cherubini’s Opera Medea – and features a small core group of classical actors who are also classically trained opera singers – performing both genres as part of a production that seamlessly merges the two.

Laurie Metcalf – Tatiana Maslany – Paul Sparks

Producers Tom Kirdahy and Robert Ahrens have announced the first new Broadway production of the 2023-2024 season: the terrifying New York premiere of Grey House by Levi Holloway, directed by two-time Tony Award winner Joe Mantello, and starring two-time Tony Award winner Laurie Metcalf, Emmy Award winner Tatiana Maslany, Emmy Award nominee Paul Sparks, Lortel Award nominee Sophia Anne Caruso, and Critics’ Choice Award nominee Millicent Simmonds. Grey House begins performances on Saturday, April 29, 2023, and officially opens on Tuesday, May 30, 2023, at the Lyceum Theatre (149 West 45th Street) on Broadway.

Previews are now underway for Academy Award winner Jessica Chastain  as ‘Nora Helmer’ in Lloyd’s radical new production of Henrik Ibsen’s landmark drama A Doll’s House in a new version by Amy Herzog. She is joined by Arian Moayed, Jesmille Darbouze, Tasha Lawrence, Michael Patrick Thornton, Okieriete Onaodowan. A Doll’s House will officially open Thursday, March 9 at Hudson Theatre (141 West 44th Street). The strictly limited 16-week engagement must end Sunday, June 4.

United Solo Theatre Festival’s new spring festival comes to Theatre Row in New York City from March 7 through March 26, 2023. The spring season offers over three dozen shows in the genres of comedy, tragedy, performance art, dance, music, storytelling, puppetry, cabaret, and multimedia. Featuring artists from all over the U.S. and other countries including Canada, Mexico, Germany, Israel, Iran, South Africa, and South Korea, the spring festival will debut 18 world premieres, 11 New York City premieres, and four U.S. premieres. The rich variety of stories touch on themes of addiction, family sagas, current events, historical figures and more. The full lineup of shows is featured

Saraike Movement Collection

Emerging Artists Theatre (EAT) is kicking off their 30th anniversary season by changing the name of their bi-annual New Work Series to Spark Theatre Festival NYC. The company will also return to premiering new works Off-Broadway in Fall 2023. EAT will be announcing their upcoming Fall Off-Broadway run in the next few months, which will feature four plays developed at their new work series.In the meantime, EAT is proud to announce that more than sixty new works (in various stages of development) will be showcased at the newly named Spark Theatre Festival NYC this spring. The diverse lineup includes 7 new musicals, 34 dance pieces, 5 solo shows, and 13 short and full-length plays. Spark Theatre Festival NYC will run March 6 – 26 at the 28th Street Theater (also known as TADA!) in New York City’s Flatiron District. 

Tickets range between $20 – $35 and go on sale next week at All performances take place at the 28th Street Theater, 15 West 28th Street NYC

Roger Q. Mason

Acclaimed Black Filipinx playwright and Kilroys List honoree Roger Q. Mason will receive a developmental reading of their new play THE PINK with Primary Stages as part of their Creative Access Grant Reading Series. The reading (rescheduled from a previous engagement postponed this past fall) will take place on Monday, April 3 at 7pm at 59E59 Theaters (59 E 59th St, New York, NY 10022).  The event is FREE and open to the public. For more information and to reserve your seat please visit