Niegel Smith Is Building Off-Off-Broadway Community as Flea's New Artistic Director
Take Care is Smith's first work created for the Flea, with help from longtime collaborator Todd Shalom the theater's resident acting company.
Brooklyn's Saoirse Ronan on Her Golden Globe Nomination and Broadway's The Crucible
Ronan, an Oscar nominee for Atonement, will play Abigail Williams in Ivo van Hove's new production of Arthur Miller's tragedy.
Kinky Boots' Newest Star Wayne Brady on the Broadway Role He's Been Waiting For
From "summer camp" in Chicago to Kinky Boot -camp in thigh-highs.
Sabrina Carpenter, Corey Fogelmanis, and August Maturo Bring Girl Meets World to Peter Pan
The three Disney favorites discuss starring in a fictional Breakfast Club musical — and a real Peter Pan panto.
Harriet Walter and Phyllida Lloyd on Giving Women Space to Breathe in Shakespeare
The Tony-nominated duo brings Henry IV, their second all-female production, to St. Ann's Warehouse.
Queen Latifah, Ne-Yo, and More Will Introduce a Contemporary Oz in NBC's The Wiz Live!
In the all-new, Broadway-bound production, Kenny Leon unites 1975 and 2020 to create "now."
NeNe Leakes Goes From Evil Stepmom to "Mama" Morton in Her Second Broadway Turn
The Real Housewife of Atlanta takes a short trip to Chicago.
Tony-Winning Director Mary Zimmerman on Creating the Guys & Dolls-iest Guys & Dolls
After a nine-month run at Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Zimmerman's production of the classic musical has moved to Beverly Hills, California.
Bertolt Brecht, Eric Bentley, and the Strange Connection Between the Accordion and Lust
Vocalist Karyn Levitt talks about her new album, Eric Bentley's Brecht-Eisler Song Book
Tony Winner Lena Hall Revisits Her Trippy Childhood in a New Cabaret Show
Hall explores her life growing up in San Francisco's Haight-Ashbury in her latest concert.