With Two Weeks of Rehearsal, Elizabeth Reaser Tackles Neil LaBute's The Money Shot
The Twilight actress stars in the comedy about Hollywood at the Lucille Lortel Theatre.
Wicked's Stephen Schwartz Is Fighting Real-Life Injustice With Uprising of Love
Elphaba would be proud.
Kevin Kline and Israel Horovitz: Old Pals, Old Jokesters, and Collaborators on My Old Lady
The film, costarring Maggie Smith, is adapted from Horovitz's play.
Michael Arden Reinvents Spring Awakening With American Sign Language
The veteran Broadway actor directs the Tony-winning musical for the California-based Deaf West Theatre.
Natasha, Pierre's Phillipa Soo Goes From 1812 Russia to 17th-Century France With Molière's The School for Wives at Two River Theater
Since leaving Tolstoy behind, the young actress has let no grass grow under her feet.
Keke Palmer and Sherri Shepherd Are Cinderella's First African-American Mother-Daughter Duo
The kingdom's newest feuding family members talk eight-show weeks, life's biggest blessing, and "big-girl panties."
Andrew Rannells on Playing Hedwig, Replacing a Tony Winner, and Resembling Blair From The Facts of Life
The Tony-nominated Girls star is filling the wigs and stilettos of Broadway's Hedwig and the Angry Inch.
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.