Boston Children's Theatre Artistic Director Burgess Clark to Pen New Play for BCT in the Childhood Home of William Inge
By Hayley Levitt · Aug 28, 2013
Clark will head to Independence, Kansas, this fall to start a playwriting residency program.
Rebecca Luker to Temporarily Replace Victoria Clark in Broadway's Cinderella
By David Gordon · Aug 22, 2013
The Tony Award nominee becomes Cinderella's Fairy Godmother on September 6.
Boston Children's Theatre's Season to Include the World Premiere of Dan Gutman's Musical The Homework Machine
By Bethany Rickwald · Aug 15, 2013
Also playing will be The Velveteen Rabbit, Of Mice and Men, and more.
Calling All Kids! Paper Mill Playhouse to Hold Open Auditions for Upcoming Production of Oliver!
By Hayley Levitt · Aug 14, 2013
The New Jersey regional theater is looking for a group of orphans to beg for "Food, Glorious Food."
Original Cast Members Bertie Carvel and Lauren Ward to Exit Matilda The Musical
By Bethany Rickwald · Aug 1, 2013
Craig Bierko and Jill Paice will take on the vacated roles.
A Summer at Stagedoor Manor Might Just be the Logical First Step to Broadway
By Zachary Stewart · Jul 29, 2013
If Peggy Sawyer were packing her bags now, she might consider a pit stop at the Loch Sheldrake theater camp before taking on the Great White Way.
Flashback Friday: Matilda: Then and Now
By Bethany Rickwald, Hayley Levitt · Jul 5, 2013
TheaterMania contributor Mara Wilson and her Matilda co-stars celebrate the film's 17-year reunion!
From Moles to Lobsters: Boston Children's Theatre Redefines its Genre for a New Generation of Theatergoers
By Hayley Levitt · Jun 24, 2013
"Children's theater, to me, is about meeting children everywhere they live, not just where we want them to live."—BCT Artistic Director Burgess Clark
Cinderella Tony Nominees Laura Osnes and Santino Fontana to Host the National High School Musical Theater Awards
By Bethany Rickwald · Jun 3, 2013
Thirty-one students from across the country will compete for the coveted Jimmy Awards.
My First Tony Award Nomination
By David Gordon · May 27, 2013
Cyndi Lauper, Stephanie J. Block, Bertie Carvel, Kristine Nielsen, Billy Porter, and more of Broadway's favorites share their notable "firsts" in honor of receiving their first Tony Award nomination this year.