Final Bow

Final Bow: Kate Jennings Grant on Why Doing Broadway's Noises Off Is "Not Fun"
Starring in Michael Frayn's classic comedy might be fatiguing for actors, but it's also more than worth it.
Final Bow: Russell Tovey's "Grownup" Experience in A View From the Bridge
The History Boys and Looking star on French bulldog-inspired artwork, visits from Daniel Day-Lewis, and the "nectar" that is a vocal audience.
Final Bow: Misery's Leon Addison Brown Rides "Shotgun" to the End of His Broadway Run
Broadway's sheriff on the art of onstage death and his ongoing struggle to pin Laurie Metcalf in a corner.
Final Bow: The 9,000 Deaths of Jefferson Mays in A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder
For two years it has been "Every Day a Little Death" (or eight) for the Broadway chameleon.
Final Bow: Thérèse Raquin's Gabriel Ebert on Acting Indifferent to His Beautiful Costars
Ebert reflects on not getting to treat Keira Knightly and Judith Light like "the goddesses that they are."
Final Bow: Lesli Margherita of Dames at Sea Reveals the Backstage Secrets at the Helen Hayes Theatre
She starred in a Broadway musical and she's got a bagful of corn to show for it.
Final Bow: Nina Arianda Leaves Lassos and Safe Words Behind as Fool for Love Closes
In Sam Shephard's provocative play, Arianda and Sam Rockwell play lovers with a complicated past.
Final Bow: 6 Hedwigs — One "Angry Inch": The Band at the Belasco Tells All
From Neil Patrick Harris to Taye Diggs — firsthand tales of Broadway's many Hedwigs from the musicians who have seen Hedwig and the Angry Inch through every dirty joke.