Interviews

Voices From Northern Mexico Come to New York City in Theater Mitu's Juárez: A Documentary Mythology
Artistic Director Rubén Polendo speaks about how the violence in his hometown has changed since he began researching this play three years ago.
Elena Shaddow Explores the Next Generation of Musical-Theater Songwriters in Her New Cabaret
The veteran of Broadway's The Bridges of Madison County and La Cage aux Folles also shares her experiences appearing in NBC's Sound of Music Live!
Grease Songwriter Louis St. Louis Takes Us to the Drive-In
Preview the songs and backstage stories from the composer's upcoming cabaret at 54 Below.
Susan Stroman, Brandon Victor Dixon, and David Thompson Bring The Scottsboro Boys to London
Four years after closing on Broadway, the 12-time Tony-nominated musical gets ready to make its West End debut.
The Book of Mormon's Gavin Creel Is Back From London and He Has His Eye on Sara Bareilles
But first he's getting casual with Seth Rudetsky as part of Provincetown's Broadway @ The Art House concert series.
Jayne Houdyshell Is an Unlikely Robin Hood in The Shoplifters at Arena Stage
The Broadway veteran talks new work, regional theater, and her long-overdue D.C. stage debut.
Broadway's Busiest Director: Scott Ellis on Working With James Earl Jones, Bradley Cooper, and Kristin Chenoweth
Ellis is set to helm You Can't Take It With You, The Elephant Man, and On the Twentieth Century — all opening on Broadway in the next eight months.
Ben Rimalower Is Bad With Money
The award-winning creator of Patti Issues unloads about his addiction to retail therapy and the things he's done to support the habit.
Playwright A.R. Gurney on Returning to His Plays The Wayside Motor Inn and Love Letters
The 83-year-old dramatist prepares for a big fall season, and an even bigger year.
For Former Teen Idol Rex Smith, This Is the Moment
The Broadway leading man of The Pirates of Penzance and The Scarlet Pimpernel brings his new autobiographical musical cabaret show to 54 Below.