Interviews

Original Divorcée Ruthe Ponturo Says Til Divorce Do Us Part: The Musical Isn't Just for the Divorced
By Bethany Rickwald · Feb 7, 2014

The new revue speaks to everyone from happily marrieds to high school dumpees, says the producer.

Starring on Broadway Is a Once in a Lifetime Opportunity for Paul Alexander Nolan and Joanna Christie
By David Gordon · Feb 6, 2014

The Tony-winning musical's latest Guy and Girl share their thoughts on coming into the show's well-oiled, Tony-winning machine.

Saved By the Bell's Dennis Haskins Reveals That His Principles Are Rooted in Theater
By Iris Wiener · Feb 5, 2014

Mr. Belding is visiting New York's very own Bayside, while his alter ego has his sights set on Broadway.

What's Hiding Under That Wig? Charles Busch, The Tribute Artist, and 30 Years of Intellectually and Emotionally Honest Drag
By Zachary Stewart · Feb 5, 2014

The beloved writer and frequently cross-dressing performer opens up about the serious themes that undergird his plays.

Three Questions With Smokey Joe's Café's Brenda Braxton
By Hayley Levitt · Feb 4, 2014

The Tony Nominee reunites with her "Smokey Joe's" family at 54 Below. Plus, a video preview of Braxton singing a Leiber & Stoller favorite.

Fran Drescher Is a Fine Evil Stepmother
By Iris Wiener · Feb 4, 2014

The star of The Nanny brings comedy to a devilish role in Cinderella, her Broadway debut.

Rebecca Hall Takes on the Machine of Broadway in Machinal
By David Gordon · Feb 4, 2014

The West End stage veteran is currently making her Great White Way debut in Roundabout Theatre Company's rediscovery of Sophie Treadwell's 1928 masterpiece.

John Cariani's Almost, Maine Gets a Second Chance at New York Stardom
By David Gordon · Feb 1, 2014

In 2006, it closed off-Broadway after a month. It has since received productions as far away as Finland and South Korea. Now, it's back to reclaim the Big Apple.

Jason McDowell-Green Brings A Little Shakespeare to New Jersey High School Students at Two River Theater
By Hayley Levitt · Jan 31, 2014

McDowell-Green's 75-minute adaptation of ‘'As You Like It'' is being performed by New Jersey high school students alongside the Red Bank theater's full-length mainstage production.

Sarah Jessica Parker Reflects on a "Wonderful" Run Off-Broadway in The Commons of Pensacola
By David Gordon · Jan 28, 2014

The Sex and the City star looks back on her time playing opposite Blythe Danner in Amanda Peet's play about the fraught relationship between a mother and daughter.