The Amazing (and Magical) Max Darwin Explains Why Kids and Adults Alike Love His Box of Interesting Things
By Bethany Rickwald · Dec 10, 2013 · New York City

This mime-raised magician's favorite tricks happen in the hearts of kids, but he likes the ones that explode too.

Everyone Knows She's a Sniper, But Here are 8 More Interesting Facts About Dr. Ruth
By Bethany Rickwald · Dec 9, 2013 · New York City

There's still time to delve into the fascinating life of America's beloved sex therapist before Becoming Dr. Ruth closes off-Broadway later this month.

Drew Humphrey Makes John W. Engeman Theater's Christmas Extra Special
By Iris Wiener · Dec 9, 2013 · Long Island

With ten years of joyous involvement, the choreographer and star of Irving Berlin's White Christmas discusses his pride for the holiday staple.

Prolific Playwright Neil LaBute Returns to the Movies With Some Velvet Morning
By David Gordon · Dec 8, 2013 · New York City

Stanley Tucci and Alice Eve star in the new drama, released this week in theaters and VOD.

Malcolm-Jamal Warner Takes on Memories of Sidney Poitier in Arena Stage's Guess Who's Coming to Dinner
By David Gordon · Dec 7, 2013 · Washington, DC

The Cosby Show favorite talks changing directors and the collaborative process of adapting a classic film for the stage.

A Pageant-Style Interview With Little Miss Sunshine's Five Precocious Princesses
By Bethany Rickwald · Dec 6, 2013 · New York City

The new Second Stage musical's star Hannah Nordberg and her fellow pageant girls talk ice cream, college plans, and collections (of giraffes, duct tape, and more!)

Actress Samantha Soule's Inside Look at Performing Shakespeare for Prisoners
By Bethany Rickwald · Dec 5, 2013 · New York City

As the Mobile Shakespeare Unit's Much Ado About Nothing begins its short sit-down run at The Public, the show's Beatrice looks back on performing in correctional facilities and homeless shelters.

True Blood Vampire Stephen Moyer Sinks His Teeth Into NBC's The Sound of Music Live!
By David Gordon · Dec 4, 2013 · New York City

The newest Captain von Trapp shares his love of theater, Rodgers & Hammerstein, and the musicals he wants to appear in with costars Christian Borle and Laura Benanti.

Ben Vereen Takes on a Magical Role in Aladdin and His Winter Wish
By Jonas Schwartz · Dec 3, 2013 · Los Angeles

The Tony Award winner brings the family-friendly holiday tradition of Panto to Pasadena theatergoers.

John Patrick Shanley's Storefront Church Goes (North) Hollywood
By Jonas Schwartz · Dec 3, 2013 · Los Angeles

Director Ronnie Marmo brings the Tony Award-winning writer's comedy-drama to Theatre 68.