Interviews

Broadway's Busiest Director: Scott Ellis on Working With James Earl Jones, Bradley Cooper, and Kristin Chenoweth
By Zachary Stewart · Aug 28, 2014

Ellis is set to helm You Can't Take It With You, The Elephant Man, and On the Twentieth Century — all opening on Broadway in the next eight months.

Ben Rimalower Is Bad With Money
By Zachary Stewart · Aug 27, 2014

The award-winning creator of Patti Issues unloads about his addiction to retail therapy and the things he's done to support the habit.

Playwright A.R. Gurney on Returning to His Plays The Wayside Motor Inn and Love Letters
By David Gordon · Aug 26, 2014

The 83-year-old dramatist prepares for a big fall season, and an even bigger year.

For Former Teen Idol Rex Smith, This Is the Moment
By David Gordon · Aug 21, 2014

The Broadway leading man of The Pirates of Penzance and The Scarlet Pimpernel brings his new autobiographical musical cabaret show to 54 Below.

Theater on Long Island Is No Deathtrap for James Lloyd Reynolds
By Iris Wiener · Aug 17, 2014

The lead in Ira Levin's comedy-thriller gets inside the mind of theater's most devilish, fictional playwright.

Constantine Maroulis on Making Rock "Adorkable"
By Iris Wiener · Aug 12, 2014

The Tony nominee and American Idol finalist returns to Rock of Ages a changed man, considers his growth since leaving the show, and examines the niche he continues to build for himself in theater and music.

Megan Hilty on Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, Pregnancy, and Her Unshakable Habit
By Bethany Rickwald · Aug 11, 2014

The Wicked and Smash star will be baring even more of her soul during an upcoming Broadway @ The Art House concert series.

Jason Alexander Is Broadway Bound in More Ways Than One
By David Gordon · Aug 9, 2014

The actor, director, and Seinfeld favorite returns to a Neil Simon classic in Los Angeles.

Rory O'Malley "Partners" Up With the Small Screen
By Iris Wiener · Aug 6, 2014

The Tony nominee on why he loves acting opposite Kelsey Grammer and Martin Lawrence in their new FX comedy and how he envisions himself as a character in a Frozen sequel.

5 Questions With Broadway "Bad Guy" and My Life Is a Musical Star Robert Cuccioli
By Iris Wiener · Aug 3, 2014

The Jekyll & Hyde vet brings his unique style of humor to Bay Street Theatre.