Puppeteer and MacArthur Genius Basil Twist Pays Ghostly Tribute to Abrons Arts Center
The Drama Desk Award winner brings back the spirits of legendary theatrical siblings Alice and Irene Lewisohn in his latest work, Sisters' Follies.
Renée Elise Goldsberry's Path From Middle School Class Clown to Hamilton Class Act
Including Michael Jackson obsession, the lead in South Pacific, and The Good Wife.
Montego Glover Joins the Sisterhood of Fantine in Broadway's Les Misérables
The Drama Desk winner for Memphis never thought she'd get to be in the show that awed her as a child.
Buster Poindexter (a.k.a. David Johansen of the New York Dolls) on His Ridiculous Theatrical Roots
The crooner returns to Café Carlyle for an all-new show.
Justin Guarini and Rose Hemingway Head to Texas for Hee Haw-Inspired Musical Moonshine
The new tuner, written by prolific country songwriters Brandy Clark and Shane McAnally, was inspired by the classic television series.
Spring Awakening Star Marlee Matlin on a Broadway Debut 30 Years in the Making
The Oscar winner takes on the Great White Way for the first time in Michael Arden's Deaf West Theater production of the Tony-winning musical.
Rumer Willis Tangos to the Cell Block of Chicago for Her Broadway Debut
The Dancing With the Stars champion survived the scrutiny of America. Now she's ready to take on Broadway.
Amélie Star Samantha Barks Harks Back to Childhood Fantasies to Build a Brand-New Musical
The big-screen veteran of Les Misérables is developing the whimsical French film's stage adaptation at Berkeley Repertory Theatre before a potential Broadway run.
"It's Gonna Be Awesome!" Nicole Parker on Shakespeare/Beatles Mash-Up These Paper Bullets!
Parker stars in Rolin Jones' "modish rip-off" of Much Ado About Nothing, featuring new songs by Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong.
How Harold Pinter Went From Foe to Father Figure for Old Times Director Douglas Hodge
The Tony-winning actor is making his Broadway directorial debut with a play written by his late friend.