Nina Arianda Laughs and Lindy-Hops to the Screen in Florence Foster Jenkins
The Tony-winning actress talks Meryl Streep magic and lessons to be learned from the worst singer in America.
Bright Star's Carmen Cusack Embraces the "Darkness" and "Light" of Her Story
The newly minted Tony nominee prepares for her solo concert debut.
Anne Bates and Colin Bates Feel the Effects of Starring in The Effect
After serving as understudies for the show's Barrow Street Theatre run, the pair takes over the leading roles.
How Constellations Became Kate Baldwin and Graham Rowat's Next Husband-and-Wife Project
The Broadway spouses leave the musical universe to take on Nick Payne's scientific two-hander for their third summer at Berkshire Theatre Group.
Broadway Mainstay Danny Burstein Goes From Anatevka to Newark in Indignation
The Fiddler on the Roof star traces a line from his recent stage projects through his latest film premiere.
A Chorus Line Original Baayork Lee Passes Down Broadway Tradition at Hollywood Bowl
Lee hands Disney star Ross Lynch his theatrical debut with a side of theater history.
Rachel Pickup on the Scary Relevance of Shakespeare's Merchant of Venice
Pickup stars with Jonathan Pryce in the Shakespeare's Globe touring production of the dark drama.
Tony Danza Is All About the Standards, Stories, and Fresh Mozzarella
Danza fills us in on his New York cabaret return as well as his latest business venture as co-owner of the oldest Italian cheese store in America.
For Will Swenson, Being a Pirate King Really Is a Glorious Thing
Swenson stars in Gilbert and Sullivan's The Pirates of Penzance at Barrington Stage Company.
Barbara Cook on Infidelity, Drinking, and a "Difficult" Elaine Stritch
The Kennedy Center honoree has a new memoir titled Then & Now about her storied career and tumultuous personal life.