Interviews

Zina Goldrich and Marcy Heisler on Two Decades of Songwriting "Marriage" and Living Happily Ever After on Broadway (Fingers Crossed)
By Hayley Levitt · Nov 13, 2013

The songwriting duo reflects on a longtime partnership as they prepare to preview songs from their Broadway-bound musical.

Peter Scolari and Tracy Shayne on the Legacy of the New York Yankees and Bronx Bombers on Broadway
By David Gordon · Nov 11, 2013

A couple onstage and off, Scolari and Shayne are prepping to play Yogi and Carmen Berra.

From Understudies to Stars: Nathaniel Stampley and Alicia Hall Moran Take The Gershwins' Porgy & Bess on the Road
By David Gordon · Nov 9, 2013

On Broadway, they covered Audra McDonald and Norm Lewis. Now they get to show the rest of the United States how awesome they are.

Rob McClure Honeymoons in John W. Engeman Theater's Broadway Concert Series
By Iris Wiener · Nov 8, 2013

From honeymooning with Tony Danza in Vegas to crooning on Long Island, the nicest guy on Broadway is enjoying his post-Tony Awards career.

Former Bond Villain Toby Stephens on Bringing Noël Coward's Private Lives to the Movie Screen
By David Gordon · Nov 8, 2013

The second broadcast in Digital Theatre and CinemaLive's West End Theatre Series hits American movie houses on December 11.

Beth Henley Returns to New York and Her Southern Roots With Gothic Black Comedy The Jacksonian
By Ellis Nassour · Nov 7, 2013

The new play by the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright premieres at The New Group.

Martin Moran on The Tricky Part of Finding All The Rage
By David Gordon · Nov 7, 2013

A veteran of Broadway's Titanic and Spamalot, Moran brings his acclaimed solo shows to Two River Theater Company.

New Jersey Repertory Company Features middlemen
By Iris Wiener · Nov 6, 2013

The intimate theater showcases developing plays, including a new one by David Jenkins.

Phillipa Soo and Brittain Ashford on Sharing a Year with Natasha, Sonya & the Great Comet of 1812
By David Gordon · Nov 6, 2013

The ladies talk audience interaction, cast recordings, and that cell phone-tossing incident.