With so many entertainment choices New York City has to offer, it can be difficult to make a choice. Look no further. "On Stage" host Frank DiLella has curated a list of “must-see” shows this week, directing you to the best of Broadway, off-Broadway and beyond.

"The Sign in Sidney Brustein’s Window" on Broadway

After a sold out run at the Brooklyn Academy of Music earlier this year, “The Sign in Sidney Brustein’s Window” has made its way to Midtown. The Lorraine Hansberry revival features screen favorites Rachel Brosnahan and Oscar Isaac.  The play centers on a diverse group of friends living in Greenwich Village in the 1960s. “The Sign in Sidney Brustein’s Window” begins performances on Tuesday at The James Earl Jones Theatre. Opening night is set for April 27.

"Pictures From Home" closes on Brodway

The new play "Pictures From Home," starring Nathan Lane, Zoë Wanamaker, and Danny Burstein, is set to shutter at Studio 54 on April 30.  The three-hander follows a photographer played by Burstein who sets out to document the lives of his aging parents, portrayed by Lane and Wanamaker.

Songs from "Cabaret" at Symphony Space

On Monday night, Tony winner Danny Burstein will be hosting “Songs from Cabaret,” a Gala Concert to benefit Symphony Space. The evening will feature the iconic Kander and Ebb score performed by Carolee Carmello, Jeff Kready, Adrianna Hicks and more. For information head here.

"Walking with Bubbles"

The new solo musical "Walking With Bubbles" is now playing at the AMT Theater on 45th Street. Created and performed by Broadway veteran Jessica Hendy, the show tells the story of Hendy and her son Bubbles, and a secret that’s revealed when they encounter a homeless man in Central Park. For more information head here.

The Easter Bonnet Competition Returns"

After a four-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Easter Bonnet Competition, a benefit for Broadway Cares / Equity Fights AIDS, is back in-person this year. It is taking place on Monday and Tuesday at the Minskoff Theater. The variety show marks the end of the spring fundraising period for Broadway Cares. Expect to see Ben Platt, Micaela Diamond, Arian Moayed and others, plus performances from the companies of “Hamilton,” “Parade,” and “Some Like It Hot.” For tickets head to BroadwayCares.org.