All eyes are on NY theater this week with the Tuesday announcement of the Tony awards including, 10 for the A.R.T.’s Pippin and news that the Huntington Theatre Company will receive the prestigious Regional Theatre Tony Award. I spent the weekend in New York City catching these shows:

Matilda, presented by The Royal Shakespeare Company at the Shubert Theatre

Based on the beloved novel by Roald Dahl, Matilda is the story of an extraordinary girl who dreams of a better life. Armed with a vivid imagination and a sharp mind, Matilda dares to take a stand and change her destiny in this dark staging nominated for 12 Tony awards.

I'll Eat You Last playing at the Booth Theatre through June 30th

The delicious, sharp and extremely funny Bette Midler is Sue Manger, whose clients for more than 20 years were the talk of the town, and her dinner parties were the envy of Hollywood. Now, you're invited into her glamorous Beverly Hills home for an evening of dish, dirty secrets and all the inside showbiz details only Sue can tell you.

Macbeth, recently extended, it plays at the Barrymore Theatre through July 14th

Alan Cumming has returned to Broadway for a stunning one-man-show of Shakespeare's darkest and most powerful tragedy. Set in a clinical room deep within a dark psychiatric unit, Cumming, a master of Macbeth after playing in sold-out runs at the National Theatre of Scotland and Lincoln Center, is the lone patient, reliving the infamous story and inhabiting each role himself. Closed circuit television camera watch the patient's every move as the walls of the psychiatric ward come to life in a visually stunning multi-media theatrical experience.The production is co-directed by John Tiffany who recently helmed the A.R.T.’s equally staggering The Glass Menagerie.

Looped, plays at the Cutler Majestic Theatre through May 5th

Emmy Award and Golden Globe Award nominee Stefanie Powers (Hart to Hart) stars as Tallulah Bankhead--known for wild partying and exploits that surpass even today's celebrity bad girls--in this hysterical comedy.

Iron Man 3, in theaters Friday

Finally, the drought is over and the summer blockbusters begin their release! Robert Downey Jr., returns with Gwyneth Paltrow and more, embarking on a harrowing quest when Stark finds his personal world destroyed at his enemy's hands. As he fights his way back, Stark discovers the answer to the question that has secretly haunted him: does the man make the suit or does the suit make the man?

This week on Open Studio with Jared Bowen:

A profile of Miami choreographer Rosie Herrera, who mixes drag queens, helium and sex, and a profile of Houston artist Jaydan Moore, who works in metal and memories. Also, a tour of the Worcester art museum. Watch Friday at 8:30 pm on WGBH 2.