Playwright Gina Gionfriddo on the "Rapturous" Journey of Rapture, Blister, Burn
The female-centric play, now running at Chicago's Goodman Theatre, has spent the past few years cultivating a global audience.
The Woodsman Uses Folk Music and Puppetry to Tell the Tin Man's Enchanting Tale
Theater artist James Ortiz and professional violinist Edward W. Hardy talk about their "creatively fulfilling" collaboration for Strangemen & Co.
Matthew Beard Talks Cumberbatch, The Imitation Game, and His Broadway Debut With Carey Mulligan
The actor will soon take up his usual place opposite Mulligan for the second, no...fourth time…in Skylight.
5 Questions With Martin Short, the New Star of Broadway's It's Only A Play
If Jiminy Glick could ask Jimmy Wicker any question, what would it be?
How Rising Company Fiasco Theater Reimagined Into the Woods
Co-artistic directors Jessie Austrian, Noah Brody, and Ben Steinfeld explore Sondheim and Lapine's classic musical in a radically different way.
Cheyenne Jackson Debuts at the Carlyle With Eyes Wide Open
The Finian's Rainbow star returns to New York for a stint at the fabled Upper East Side supper club.
Broadway Actress Jessica Stone Weaves Tragedy Into Comedy as She Takes On Directing
Absurd Person Singular and Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike are two comedies on the stage veteran's docket.
Theodore Roosevelt and Elvis Presley Take a Road Trip Across the American West in the TEAM's RoosevElvis
Director Rachel Chavkin discusses the remounting of the two-woman buddy comedy at P.S. 122's COIL Festival.
Kara Lindsay and Caroline Bowman Embrace Their Inner Fangirls as the Newest Wicked Witches
The Broadway veterans share their thoughts on an experience that makes their teenage dreams come true.
Les Misérables Creator Alain Boublil Goes From Epic to Small-Scale With Manhattan Parisienne
The four-character drama with songs is a far cry from barricades and helicopters.