One of New York's brightest new companies reveals the method behind the madness.
The man at the helm of lively moves in both After Midnight and A Christmas Story lights up the New York theater.
The Tony-nominated History Boy returns to the Broadway stage as Viola and Queen Elizabeth.
The Broadway newcomer finds a kindred spirit in the holiday musical's starring animal, Mole.
In which the Broadway hunk quotes both Gary Oldman and A League of Their Own.
Jazz crooner Holland sings the music of Cole Porter in a way you've probably never heard before.
After loving the play (she saw it three times), the Emmy Award-winning actress gets her chance to bring a character from the stage to the big screen.
The writer/director/producer and the writer/computer scientist discuss their unique collaborative process and writing a play commissioned by a travel agent.
New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players Artistic Director Albert Bergeret explains the timeless humor in his upcoming season's operettas: Patience and The Pirates of Penzance.