Interviews

Cynthia Nixon Revisits The Real Thing, Three Decades Wiser in the Commitments and Bargains of Love
The Tony-winning actress has learned a thing or two since her first teenage crack at Stoppard's play of love and betrayal.
How Broadway's Curious Incident Is Putting One of Literature's Most Fascinating Minds Onstage
Set designer Bunny Christie drew from video games and standardized tests to create Christopher's unique world.
Karen Pittman Follows Pulitzer Winner Disgraced to the Big Leagues of Broadway
Pittman plays Jory, a role she originated when the show made its New York debut at LCT3.
Playwright Elizabeth Egloff Takes Boston Audiences Into the Ether Dome
Modern health-care corruption finds its roots in a 19th-century dentist's chair.
WPPAC's Sweeney Todd Is a Cut Above the Rest
Artistic Director Jeremy Quinn goes behind the scenes of the Sondheim musical, told from Toby's perspective.
Carol Burnett on Loving Kristin Chenoweth, Playing to the Audience, and Reuniting With Brian Dennehy on Broadway
The iconic entertainer joins the rotating cast of A.R. Gurney's Love Letters for four weeks beginning October 11.
Life Is a Catbaret, Old Chum. Come to the Catbaret.
Anjellicle Cats Rescue's 5th annual cabaret fundraiser takes audiences to a night at the old Meowlin Rouge.
Natalie Mendoza Will Be Taking on the Role of Imelda Marcos in the London Premiere of Here Lies Love
The star of Here Lies Love at London's National discusses the unseen side of Imelda Marcos and what she learned from Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark.
Rufus Wainwright Inches Closer to the Theater — With a Musical Adaptation of Shakespeare's Sonnets
The acclaimed singer-songwriter collaborates with the legendary Berliner Ensemble on this avant-garde take on the legendary poems.