Tony Danza Is All About the Standards, Stories, and Fresh Mozzarella
Danza fills us in on his New York cabaret return as well as his latest business venture as co-owner of the oldest Italian cheese store in America.
For Will Swenson, Being a Pirate King Really Is a Glorious Thing
Swenson stars in Gilbert and Sullivan's The Pirates of Penzance at Barrington Stage Company.
Barbara Cook on Infidelity, Drinking, and a "Difficult" Elaine Stritch
The Kennedy Center honoree has a new memoir titled Then & Now about her storied career and tumultuous personal life.
Rob McClure and Josh Grisetti Bro Out as Something Rotten!'s New Bottom Brothers
With only sisters for real-life siblings, these Broadway stars are building their relationship from the ground up — one game of Duck Hunt at a time.
For Dance Moms Star Nia Sioux, Off-Broadway Is a Dream Come True
The teenage dancer and her mother, Holly Frazier, leave the cameras behind for a summer Trip of Love.
Celia Keenan-Bolger and John Ellison Conlee Balance Theater and Parenthood With Tumacho
Leigh Silverman directs Ethan Lipton's new play, a production of Clubbed Thumb.
Estelle Parsons Channels Her Inner Babe in a New Play by Israel Horovitz
The Oscar winner returns to the place where her career first started: the Cherry Lane Theatre.
Deborah Joy and Juan Winans Continue a Musical Legacy in Born for This
The family of gospel singers tell The BeBe Winans Story at Arena Stage.
For Broadway's Matt Doyle and TV's Beth Behrs, 15 Years of Friendship Culminates in a Comic
The pair, both currently starring in NYC-area shows, talk Dents, theater, and each other.