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.
After Nine Years, Alice Ripley Reunites Onstage With Side Show Costar Emily Skinner
By David Gordon
Ripley spills the beans on their first New York concert in almost a decade, and gives us a preview of Broadway's American Psycho.
All-Girl Theater Company Goes From Fringe to Center Stage With Slut: The Play
Before the provocative play makes its off-Broadway debut, we look back to our conversation with co-creator Katie Cappiello, who brought her young company to FringeNYC in 2013.
Miracle of Miracles: The Offstage Courtship of Fiddler on the Roof's Motel and Tzeitel
How Alexandra Silber and Adam Kantor's platonic showmance helps them get to the heart of one of Broadway's most beloved musicals.
Composer Georgia Stitt Looks Forward to a Big Bright Future for Her Musical Big Red Sun
The long-gestating new show will be seen for the first time this coming week.
Kate Whoriskey Gives America's "New Poor" a Place Onstage in Sweat
The socially minded director takes up her next cause alongside Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Lynn Nottage at Arena Stage.
José Rivera and Steve Cosson Go Inside Colombia's Unlikeliest Beauty Pageant
With the help of Grammy winner Héctor Buitrago, Another Word for Beauty tells the stories of inmates at a Bogotá women's prison.
Miriam Shor Hitches Her Wagon to Darren Star for Season Two of Younger
The stage actress celebrates another year of lovefests and lady power on the hit TV Land series.
Zhou Liya Discusses Dragon Boat Racing and Directing Theater in China
Zhou is the codirector of the new Chinese dance extravaganza set to play Lincoln Center's David H. Koch Theater.
Final Bow: Hand to God's Sarah Stiles Is a "Rock Star" in Broadway's "Rock-Star Show"
When you share the stage with Bob Saget, you're bound to get Danny Tannered.