Michael Friedman on Herbert Hoover, Andrew Jackson, and Porn
The composer currently has two big projects in the works: Here's Hoover! The Historic Herbert Hoover 2014 Comeback Special and Pretty Filthy, a musical about the adult film industry.
"Bro, Do You Really Want to Do This Play?": Alessandro Nivola, Bradley Cooper, and The Elephant Man
Cooper and Nivola starred in the initial run of this new production of Bernard Pomerance's play at Williamstown Theatre Festival in 2012.
To Christopher Walken, Allison Williams, and Kelli O'Hara, Peter Pan LIVE!'s Most Important Audience Still Hasn't Grown Up
The stars of NBC's newest live televised musical will try to capture lightning in a bottle on December 4.
Kneehigh's Emma Rice on Reimagining an Ancient Love Story From a Barn at the Edge of the World
The Cornwall England-based company's joint artistic director remembers the last 10 years in the centuries-long history of Tristan & Yseult.
Vagina Monologues Playwright Eve Ensler Shifts Her Activist Eye to Freeganism in O.P.C. at the American Repertory Theater
Ensler's new play may be a comedy, but American waste is no joke.
NeNe Leakes Is Playing a (Fictional) Real Housewife in Broadway's Cinderella
The actress and reality star on dreaming big and dream casting one of her Real Housewives costars as Cinderella.
Soon After Rocking the Coast, Hurricane Sandy Treads the Boards in By the Water
Playwright Sharyn Rothstein on building a story amid a hurricane's ruins.
Peter Mills and Cara Reichel Bring F. Scott Fitzgerald to the Stage in The Underclassman
Mills and Reichel are the cofounders of Prospect Theater Company, a troupe known for presenting brand-new musicals by emerging theater artists.
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.