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!)
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.
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.
The Tony Award winner brings the family-friendly holiday tradition of Panto to Pasadena theatergoers.
Director Ronnie Marmo brings the Tony Award-winning writer's comedy-drama to Theatre 68.
For the past four years, the original cast member of Broadway's Avenue Q has been reviving her favorite creation for one night of holiday goodness. And hunky boys.
The Tony Award nominee shares his thoughts on appearing in the newest animated film for the prolific studio.
The British playwright and Matilda The Musical scribe discusses his new play at Manhattan Theatre Club.