Interviews

In Between Broadway Shows, Danny Burstein and Betsy Wolfe Take on the Metropolitan Opera
By David Gordon · Dec 31, 2013

Before returning to the Great White Way this spring in Cabaret and Bullets Over Broadway, respectively, the pair take on roles in a new production of Johann Strauss' Die Fledermaus.

Gabriel Ebert Is the Real Deal in Broadway's Matilda
By Iris Wiener · Dec 26, 2013

The Tony winner doffs green hair to chat about traveling from the dirt roads of Colorado to the Broadway stage.

August: Osage County: A Warm and Fuzzy Holiday Gift From Tracy Letts
By Ellis Nassour · Dec 25, 2013

The actor/writer/Tony and Pulitzer Prize winner talks us through adapting his three-act play for the big screen.

5 Questions With Original Dreamgirls Star Jennifer Holliday
By David Gordon · Dec 23, 2013

The Tony winner is "telling you she's not going" thanks to YouTube, her new CD, and a four-night gig at 54 Below.

Wannabe Divas, Has-Been Impresarios, and Great Expectations: Susan Schulman Has Seen It All on Broadway
By Zachary Stewart · Dec 23, 2013

The veteran press agent dishes about her nearly-half-century career in her new book Backstage Pass to Broadway.

Game of Thrones' Murderous Roose Bolton, Michael McElhatton, Goes From Attacker to Victim in The Night Alive
By David Gordon · Dec 22, 2013

The stage and screen veteran stars in his third Conor McPherson play, this time off-Broadway.

Riding the Cyr Wheel With Cirkopolis Star Angelica Bongiovonni
By David Gordon · Dec 21, 2013

The circus artist reveals the secret behind a very difficult balancing trick: practice.

Bedlam's Andrus Nichols and Eric Tucker Are Bringing Lots of Drama to Downtown Audiences — and Inviting Them Into It
By Pete Hempstead · Dec 19, 2013

One of New York's brightest new companies reveals the method behind the madness.

Director/Choreographer Warren Carlyle Can Say With Great Satisfaction That It's Been a Smashing Year
By Ellis Nassour · Dec 19, 2013

The man at the helm of lively moves in both After Midnight and A Christmas Story lights up the New York theater.

Dude Looks Like a Lady: Samuel Barnett on Donning Drag in Twelfth Night and Richard III
By David Gordon · Dec 18, 2013

The Tony-nominated History Boy returns to the Broadway stage as Viola and Queen Elizabeth.