Theater Historian Laurence Maslon Brings 16 Great American Musicals Back Into Publication
By David Gordon
Maslon is the editor of Library of America's new two-volume set devoted to shows from 1927-1969.
How Journalist David Holthouse Put His Harrowing Story Onstage
With the help of director Markus Potter, Holthouse brings the story of his childhood rape and the planned murder of his attacker to the stage.
Move Over, Britney. Ten-Year-Old Novice Tori Murray Is Next to Join Ruthless! The Musical's Starry Ranks
Ruthless! cocreator Joel Paley giggles with his musical's newest star over her petrified audition-room entrance and her new repertoire of four-letter words.
Broadway Newcomer Cush Jumbo on Relationships, Hugh Jackman, and The River
The acclaimed London actress who wowed audiences last year in Phyllida Lloyd's all-female Julius Caesar returns to New York.
Frasier Cocreator David Lee on Can-Can, Camelot, and 11 Years of 22-Minute Plays
David Lee follows up his Broadway-bound Can-Can with a pared-down Camelot at New Jersey's Two River Theater.
Rent's Tracie Thoms Returns From Hollywood to Star Opposite John Hawkes in Lost Lake
The film and TV star was sure that her offer to star in Manhattan Theatre Club's production of David Auburn's new play would fall through.
Cynthia Nixon Revisits The Real Thing, Three Decades Wiser in the Commitments and Bargains of Love
The Tony-winning actress has learned a thing or two since her first teenage crack at Stoppard's play of love and betrayal.
Jeremy Jordan Will Spend Two Weeks Breaking Character at 54 Below
New York has never seen him like this.
How Broadway's Curious Incident Is Putting One of Literature's Most Fascinating Minds Onstage
Set designer Bunny Christie drew from video games and standardized tests to create Christopher's unique world.
Karen Pittman Follows Pulitzer Winner Disgraced to the Big Leagues of Broadway
By David Gordon
Pittman plays Jory, a role she originated when the show made its New York debut at LCT3.