Interviews

Bob Balaban Delicately Balances a New Broadway Role With Hollywood Character Acting
The Grand Budapest Hotel and Best in Show cast member offers his thoughts on consistently working and not getting recognized on the street.
John Doyle on Allegro, The Visit, and Patti LuPone's Tuba Skills
The Tony-winning director shares his thoughts on a theatrical technique that polarizes audiences.
Director M. Bevin O'Gara Tells the Story of Modern Women Through Classic Greek Tragedy
Jean Racine's Phèdre adds a female perspective to the Actors' Shakespeare Project season.
Jeff Griggs Brings Red, White and Blaine from Waiting for Guffman to the Chicago Stage
Theater fans will finally have the opportunity to hear (part of) their favorite movie live.
Four Matildas Walk Into Sardi's...
Accents and homework and gnomes — oh my!
Billy & Ray's Sophie von Haselberg on Reading for Woody Allen, Moving to China, and Finally Finding Herself
Bette Midler's daughter proves you can take the girl out of show business but you can't take show business out of the girl.
After Riker's Island, Rob Melrose Brings Pericles, Prince of Tyre to the Public Theater
Melrose directs the Mobile Shakespeare Unit production of the Bard's late romance, starring Raffi Barsoumian in the title role.
Rebecca Luker and Tiler Peck Share a Mutual Admiration (and a Character) in Little Dancer
The new Ahrens and Flaherty musical plays the Kennedy Center under the direction of Susan Stroman.
Japanese Internment, Civil Rights, and On the Town
Carol J. Oja details the fascinating history of the classic musical (now on Broadway) in her book Bernstein Meets Broadway: Collaborative Art in a Time of War.