Interviews

Theodore Roosevelt and Elvis Presley Take a Road Trip Across the American West in the TEAM's RoosevElvis

Director Rachel Chavkin discusses the remounting of the two-woman buddy comedy at P.S. 122's COIL Festival.

Kara Lindsay and Caroline Bowman Embrace Their Inner Fangirls as the Newest Wicked Witches

The Broadway veterans share their thoughts on an experience that makes their teenage dreams come true.

Les Misérables Creator Alain Boublil Goes From Epic to Small-Scale With Manhattan Parisienne

The four-character drama with songs is a far cry from barricades and helicopters.

James Corden, Anna Kendrick, and Rob Marshall Talk Into the Woods

Behind-the-scenes scoop with the stars of Disney's newest musical project and the man at the helm of the ship.

Glee and Finding Neverland Star Matthew Morrison Comes Home for the Holidays

Morrison and his frequent scene partner Kelli O'Hara will perform a Christmas concert with the New York Pops at Carnegie Hall.

Broadway Cares Executive Director Tom Viola Shares the History of the Broadway Snow Globe Tradition

The 2014 Broadway Cares snow globe is a great holiday gift...but you'll probably end up keeping it for yourself.

Sam Gold on Ewan McGregor, Maggie Gyllenhaal, and the New Casting Realities of Broadway

The Real Thing's acclaimed director considers the celebrity-packed ensembles on Broadway this season.

Monty Python's Eric Idle Brings Symphonic Silliness to Carnegie Hall in Not the Messiah

Jeers turn to cheers when the comic legend dresses his blasphemous Life of Brian in coat and tails.

Duncan MacMillan Tackles Depression and Suicide in His New Comedy, Every Brilliant Thing

The solo show comes to New York's Barrow Street Theatre after acclaimed runs in Europe.

Sting Responds to the The Last Ship's SOS Call

The music icon talks about joining the cast of his musical for a limited holiday-season engagement.