The Tony-nominated History Boy returns to the Broadway stage as Viola and Queen Elizabeth.
The Broadway newcomer finds a kindred spirit in the holiday musical's starring animal, Mole.
In which the Broadway hunk quotes both Gary Oldman and A League of Their Own.
Jazz crooner Holland sings the music of Cole Porter in a way you've probably never heard before.
After loving the play (she saw it three times), the Emmy Award-winning actress gets her chance to bring a character from the stage to the big screen.
The writer/director/producer and the writer/computer scientist discuss their unique collaborative process and writing a play commissioned by a travel agent.
New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players Artistic Director Albert Bergeret explains the timeless humor in his upcoming season's operettas: Patience and The Pirates of Penzance.
America's Academy Award-winning sweetheart on following in the footsteps of Amy Morton and tackling Meryl Streep.
The Tony Award winner returns to 54 Below to sing the songs of George and Ira Gershwin.