Jennifer Westfeldt on Religion, Relationships, and The Power of Duff at the Huntington Theatre Company
By Hayley Levitt · Oct 16, 2013 · Boston

Why the Tony-nominated actress returned to the stage and how she may do a play with her partner, Jon Hamm…once he can speak again.

David Gautschy Steps Up His Comedic Side at White Plains Performing Arts Center
By Iris Wiener · Oct 16, 2013 · Westchester

The actor chats about his move from acting to PR and back to acting in The 39 Steps.

Brian d'Arcy James, Daniel Breaker, and Christopher Sieber Recall Filming Broadway's Shrek the Musical
By David Gordon · Oct 15, 2013 · New York City
Unless you're written by Stephen Sondheim, it's rare for a Broadway show to be taped, with its original cast, for home-video release. But Shrek the Musical, like Passing Strange
The Joplin Siblings on Bringing A Night With Janis Joplin to Broadway
By Hayley Levitt · Oct 10, 2013 · New York City

Laura and Michael Joplin celebrate their sister's legacy…from the audience.

The Next Big Thing: Margo Seibert Travels From Tamar of the River to Broadway's Rocky

A chat with the young performer, who's about to make a splash in New York City. Big time.

Ken Davenport and the Band of Artists Behind Gettin' the Band Back Together at George Street Playhouse
By Jeremy Stoller · Oct 9, 2013 · New Jersey, North Jersey

John Rando spearheads the latest musical premiere to conjure up '80s rock nostalgia.

Tony Award Winner Joanna Gleason Explores Life's Shouldn'ts and Shoulds at 54 Below
By David Gordon · Oct 4, 2013 · New York City

Chatting with the star of Broadway's Into the Woods and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels as she prepares to make her cabaret debut.

On Borrowed Time Star Robert Hogan on Television, Theater, and Begging Joel Grey for Work
By Hayley Levitt · Oct 3, 2013 · New Jersey, South Jersey

The prolific television actor returns to his first home onstage at Two River Theater.

Eric Bogosian on the Art of the Monologue
By David Gordon · Oct 2, 2013 · New York City

The legendary monologuist shares his thoughts on the one-person form as he brings 100 (Monologues) to Labyrinth Theatre Company.

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