Monica Piper Builds a Not That Jewish Comedy With a Lot of "Jewish Heart"
Over wry jokes and rye bread, the Emmy-winning Rugrats writer explains a family tradition of funny.
Alton Brown Trades In Turkey Day for His Golden Ticket to Broadway
From Sonny & Cher to Shakespeare, an eclectic mix has led Food Network's culinary MacGyver to his Broadway debut in Eat Your Science.
Robert Morse Is Back on Broadway — Thanks to His Pal Nathan Lane
By David Gordon
The original Finch in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying stars opposite Lane in The Front Page.
Miriam Shor Discovers a Character Who's Startlingly Close to Home in Sweat
Shor returns to the stage in Lynn Nottage's new work exploring the human stories behind election-cycle rhetoric.
Josie Rourke Unites "Titans" Liev Schreiber and Janet McTeer in Dangerous Liaisons
The acclaimed director talks sex, power, and Les Liaisons Dangereuses in a "world that's run by men."
Meet Betsy Morgan, the Actress You Didn't Know You Already Know
The ubiquitous stage actress steps out of the shadows to star in Carousel at Arena Stage.
Gideon Glick on Cultivating an All-New Role for Samuel D. Hunter's The Harvest
Before starring in Broadway's Significant Other, Glick immerses himself in a play that "could not be more different."
Branden Jacobs-Jenkins' Wild Ride From Critical Disaster to Cultural Luminary
The newly minted "genius" of American theater discusses his latest play and why the arrival of Hamilton isn't nearly as revolutionary as you might think.
Jennifer Ikeda and Raymond Lee Go Big in Qui Nguyen's Vietgone
The play's leading lovers discuss the physical, linguistic, and mental acrobatics demanded by MTC's newest offering.
In His Broadway Acting Debut, The Cherry Orchard's Harold Perrineau Is Anything but Lost
By David Gordon
Perrineau takes on the role of Lopakhin in the Anton Chekhov classic.