Interviews

Kelli O'Hara's Transformation From Out-of-Town Understudy to Broadway Muse
By Hayley Levitt · Jan 2, 2014

The four-time Tony-nominated lyric soprano begins performances later this month as Italian farm wife Francesca Johnson in the musical adaptation of The Bridges of Madison County.

In Between Broadway Shows, Danny Burstein and Betsy Wolfe Take on the Metropolitan Opera
By David Gordon · Dec 31, 2013

Before returning to the Great White Way this spring in Cabaret and Bullets Over Broadway, respectively, the pair take on roles in a new production of Johann Strauss' Die Fledermaus.

Gabriel Ebert Is the Real Deal in Broadway's Matilda
By Iris Wiener · Dec 26, 2013

The Tony winner doffs green hair to chat about traveling from the dirt roads of Colorado to the Broadway stage.

August: Osage County: A Warm and Fuzzy Holiday Gift From Tracy Letts
By Ellis Nassour · Dec 25, 2013

The actor/writer/Tony and Pulitzer Prize winner talks us through adapting his three-act play for the big screen.

5 Questions With Original Dreamgirls Star Jennifer Holliday
By David Gordon · Dec 23, 2013

The Tony winner is "telling you she's not going" thanks to YouTube, her new CD, and a four-night gig at 54 Below.

Wannabe Divas, Has-Been Impresarios, and Great Expectations: Susan Schulman Has Seen It All on Broadway
By Zachary Stewart · Dec 23, 2013

The veteran press agent dishes about her nearly-half-century career in her new book Backstage Pass to Broadway.

Game of Thrones' Murderous Roose Bolton, Michael McElhatton, Goes From Attacker to Victim in The Night Alive
By David Gordon · Dec 22, 2013

The stage and screen veteran stars in his third Conor McPherson play, this time off-Broadway.

Riding the Cyr Wheel With Cirkopolis Star Angelica Bongiovonni
By David Gordon · Dec 21, 2013

The circus artist reveals the secret behind a very difficult balancing trick: practice.

Bedlam's Andrus Nichols and Eric Tucker Are Bringing Lots of Drama to Downtown Audiences — and Inviting Them Into It
By Pete Hempstead · Dec 19, 2013

One of New York's brightest new companies reveals the method behind the madness.

Director/Choreographer Warren Carlyle Can Say With Great Satisfaction That It's Been a Smashing Year
By Ellis Nassour · Dec 19, 2013

The man at the helm of lively moves in both After Midnight and A Christmas Story lights up the New York theater.