Renée Elise Goldsberry Takes a Rare Moment to Reflect on Her Hamilton Journey
The brand-new Tony nominee is practicing for her rocking chair days.
Ayad Akhtar Is Bringing Racial Tension to Washington, DC — and to a Theater Near You
Now presenting Akhtar's Disgraced, Arena Stage names the Pulitzer winner as resident playwright.
Anne Kauffman Reintroduces Lorraine Hansberry's The Sign in Sidney Brustein's Window
The A Raisin in the Sun playwright's final work is the centerpiece of the Goodman Theatre's Lorraine Hansberry Celebration.
Les Misérables and Miss Saigon Scribes Boublil and Schönberg "Hear the People Sing"
The New York Pops will honor the prolific songwriters with a star-studded concert at Carnegie Hall.
Musical Theater Nerd Joshua Henry Brushes Up on Broadway History in Shuffle Along
And trying to figure out how this iconic show was nearly lost to time.
Gillian Anderson Rides A Streetcar Named Desire to St. Ann's Warehouse
Anderson brings her acclaimed Blanche DuBois to the New York stage.
Dana Ivey on Loving Language, Social Media, and The School for Scandal
The six-time Tony nominee returns to the stage in the latest production from Red Bull Theater.
20 Years After Rent, Michael Greif Reinvigorates the American Musical With Dear Evan Hansen
Greif's latest production continues the trend that Jonathan Larson helped kick into high gear.
Making Music With David Yazbek, Songwriter of The Full Monty and Women on the Verge
The three-time Tony nominee prepares for his upcoming cabaret show and offers a preview of his latest tuner, The Band's Visit.
Jay Armstrong Johnson on How Sister Act 2 Inspired His New Cabaret Show
The On the Town favorite explains how his love of the Whoopi Goldberg classic motivated him to embrace all forms of music.