Interviews

As America Presses Replay on History, Rags Finds a Perfect Time to Start Over
Stephen Schwartz, Charles Strouse, and their new collaborators on a 30-year-old Broadway flop are starting from square one at the Goodspeed Opera House.
Fate Leads Eric Berryman and Kate Valk to Tea Drunk in the East Village for The B-Side
A new production by the Wooster Group re-creates an album of African-American prison work songs.
For Carmen Cusack, A.J. Shively, and Bright Star, the Fourth Time's the Charm
Cusack and Shively bring their performances back to the West Coast where they began.
The Millennials of The Portuguese Kid Talk Love and Marriage
Aimee Carrero and Pico Alexander represent the youngest generation in John Patrick Shanley's modern-day romantic comedy.
Ellen Stewart: The Project Runway Champion That Could Have Been?
A new book illuminates the history of La MaMa E.T.C. and its tireless leader.
Two Longtime Hamilton Actors Discuss Their Years With the Revolutionary Musical
A pair of original Broadway cast members who are still with the show tell their story.
Ellen Burstyn and André De Shields Reflect on Shakespeare, Art, and the Cosmos
The pair are starring in John Doyle's production of As You Like It at Classic Stage Company.
Reflections on KPOP From Jason Kim, Ashley Park, and Jason Tam
Three of the major creative forces behind Ars Nova's latest immersive spectacle discuss their relationship with K-pop and the entertainment industry.
Theater Director Benedict Andrews Tries His Hand at Cinema With Una
The acclaimed Australian theater director makes his film-directing debut with an adaptation of David Harrower's Blackbird.
Bill Nuss and Stephen Weiner Bang, Zoom Their Way to Paper Mill With The Honeymooners
Ralph Kramden comes to the stage in this new musical comedy inspired by the legendary television series.