Interviews

Keegan-Michael Key Wanted to Be Jason Bourne (but Ended Up Doing Shakespeare)
The Key and Peele funny man talks about his career pivot to New York City theater, on and off-Broadway.
At 86 Years Old, Lois Smith Is in Her (Marjorie) Prime
The veteran of stage and screen stars in a film adaptation of a role she originated off-Broadway.
5 Questions With Tony Winner Alice Ripley
Ripley will star in three performances of Small Town Confessions as part of the Broadway Bound Theatre Festival.
5 Questions With A Midsummer Night's Dream's Shalita Grant
The Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike Tony nominee (and NCIS: New Orleans star) returns to the New York stage for the first time since 2013.
Celia Keenan-Bolger and Anita Gillette Can't Talk About Their Show A Parallelogram
...but they indulge us anyway as they describe the shape of their mysterious new play from Tony winner Bruce Norris.
How Ingrid Michaelson Changed Course and Ran Into The Great Comet Along the Way
At the tail end of her Broadway debut as Sonya, the singer-songwriter is preparing to leap into much deeper theatrical waters.
Napoli, Brooklyn's Leading Ladies Share Beloved Memories of Mothers and Grandmothers
The stars of this world premiere about the lives of women in the 1960s talk the importance of family traditions.
From COW Class to Broadway: The Evolution of Great Comet Director Rachel Chavkin
Meet the Tony nominee who is setting the theater scene on fire.
Kristine Nielsen: Shakespeare Should Be Edgy!
The great comedian plays Puck in this summer's highly anticipated Shakespeare in the Park production of A Midsummer Night's Dream
Dominique Morisseau's Rules of Engagement
The playwright reveals the inspirations of her two new projects, Lincoln Center Theater's Pipeline and Berkeley Rep's Ain't Too Proud.