Commentary

Stephen Karam on Giving Chekhov the Last Word in The Cherry Orchard
The Tony-winning author of The Humans reflects on adapting the timeless classic for Broadway.
Michael Hayden Confronts Tough Issues of Race and Parenting in American Son
The Tony-nominated actor talks about his challenging role in Christopher Demos-Brown's new play at Barrington Stage Company.
Dana Leslie Goldstein on the Creation of Liberty
The new musical's author talks about her hopes for lively conversations between young and old.
Irish Rep Comes Home
Cofounder and producing director Ciarán O'Reilly reflects on the off-Broadway company's journey to a new theater.
First Person: Jake Epstein Gives It to You Straight
The star of Scott Elmegreen and Drew Fornarola's play talks about portraying a gay man struggling to be honest with others — and himself.
For Colored Girls Tony Winner Trezana Beverley on Playing Mabel Mercer in Her New Solo Play
Beverley discusses how she discovered Mercer and how she came to portray the legendary songstress onstage.
CARTOON: This Valentine's Day, It's Love or Hamilton
This was as relevant last year as it is now. And it will probably be just as relevant next year, too.
Firsthand: Dan O'Brien Confronts a Photojournalist's Ghosts in The Body of an American
Primary Stages presents the new work on the heels of its recent run at Hartford Stage.
An Evening of Blues and Bridges With Jason Robert Brown at SubCulture NYC
Shoshana Bean, Christopher Jackson, and Morgan Karr join the Tony-winning composer for his May concert.
Poetry, Music, and a Touch of Comedy in Composer Georgia Stitt's SubCulture Debut
Kate Baldwin, Rebecca Luker, and more joined Stitt for a concert of some of her most personal and least-known songs.