Five Questions With True Blood's Rutina Wesley
By David Gordon · Nov 23, 2013

The actress is currently appearing off-Broadway in Charles Fuller's One Night…

Maurice Hines Taps Thru Memories of His Brother Gregory, His Las Vegas Childhood, and a Bygone Era of "Classy" Entertainment
By Hayley Levitt · Nov 22, 2013

Maurice Hines shares childhood memories of his prodigious brother and the legendary mentors they shared in Maurice Hines Is Tappin' Thru Life, now playing at Washington, D.C.'s Arena Stage.

Twelve Angry Men Director Sheldon Epps Expounds on His Meditation on Race in the American Justice System
By Jonas Schwartz · Nov 20, 2013

The new production premiering at the Pasadena Playhouse offers fresh insight on the classic play.

The Anti-Defamation League Will Celebrate Its Centennial With Broadway
By Zachary Stewart · Nov 20, 2013

Buyer & Cellar playwright Jonathan Tolins is scripting this special evening honoring Fiddler on the Roof lyricist Sheldon Harnick and the larger Broadway community for its role in advancing tolerance.

Puppeteer Chris Green Mounts a Unique Family Production of Stravinsky's Firebird
By Pete Hempstead · Nov 20, 2013

The director discusses how he brought new life to the classic ballet through the art of puppetry.

Homeland Cast Member James Rebhorn Tackles Memory in Roundabout Underground's Too Much, Too Much, Too Many
By David Gordon · Nov 20, 2013

The stage and screen star shares the real-life inspiration for his performance in Meghan Kennedy's new drama.

Adam Pascal Is Home at 54 Below
By Iris Wiener · Nov 19, 2013

The Rent star heads to 54 Below with news of his new musical.

A Candid Conversation with Sirs Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart
By David Gordon · Nov 19, 2013

The stars of Broadway's Waiting for Godot and No Man's Land share a lifetime of wisdom on repertory theater, career longevity, and their famous bromance.

Halley Feiffer Makes the Transition From Actress to Playwright
By David Gordon · Nov 16, 2013

A conversation with the Theater World Award winner, whose dark comedy How to Make Friends and Then Kill Them is currently running at Rattlestick Playwrights Theater.

Family Furniture Director Thomas Kail Dives Into the Worlds of A.R. Gurney and Alexander Hamilton
By Zachary Stewart · Nov 15, 2013

Kail is working on Lin-Manuel Miranda's The Hamilton Mixtape while directing the world premiere of Gurney's latest at The Flea Theater.