Sierra Boggess on Disappointments, Awakenings, and Just Goin' With the Flow at 54 Below
By Hayley Levitt · Aug 15, 2013
After an unpredictable year, the Colorado-girl-turned-Broadway/West End-star has learned that show business makes promises to no one.
All-Girl Theater Company Cofounder Katie Cappiello on Giving Teen Girls a Voice and a Stage in Slut at FringeNYC
By Hayley Levitt · Aug 14, 2013
Cappiello and her young students speak out against "slut culture" at the New York International Fringe Festival with their newest play.
Legendary Simpsons Scribe Mike Reiss on Rubble, FringeNYC, and the Upcoming Simpsons/Family Guy Crossover
By David Gordon · Aug 9, 2013
With four Emmy Awards in his pocket, Reiss has turned from TV writing to playwriting.
Peter Scolari Goes From Lucky to Funny in Bay Street Theatre's Forum
By Iris Wiener · Aug 8, 2013
The stage and screen vet brings something for everyone to the acclaimed comedy in Sag Harbor.
Atheism, 9/11 Conspiracy Theories, and Sheeple with Mara Wilson and Max Reuben
By Zachary Stewart · Aug 7, 2013
The playwright and director have been collaborating since they were college freshmen, (emotionally) naked and crying in an NYU drama studio. Now they're ready to take on the New York International Fringe Festival.
Paulo Szot Brings Golden Age Standards, Secret Guests, and the Sounds of Brazil to 54 Below
By Hayley Levitt · Aug 5, 2013
Tony Award winner Paulo Szot promises some Bossa Nova, a surprise duet, and his signature number for his 54 Below debut.
Young Jean Lee May Have Stage Fright, but She's Not Gonna Die
By David Gordon · Aug 5, 2013
The rising playwright on the LCT3 return engagement of her acclaimed cabaret about mortality.
Tony Award Winner Alice Ripley "Reflects" on Unhinged Mothers, Her 54 Below Show, and Meeting Her Accompanist on an Autograph Line
By Hayley Levitt · Aug 3, 2013
Ripley will offer a timeline of her Broadway career, original music, and some stories in her 54 Below debut, Ripley Reflects.
Dream Roles, Bad Television, and Numerical Hyperbole with Steven Pasquale, Star of the Broadway-Bound The Bridges of Madison County
By Hayley Levitt · Jul 31, 2013
Pasquale is currently in rehearsals for the musical's pre-Broadway world premiere at Williamstown Theatre Festival (aka: "theater camp for grownups").
Mary Bridget Davies Gets Paid to Jump on a Couch in A Night With Janis Joplin
By Hayley Levitt · Jul 31, 2013
Video Preview: Davies brings blues (and indestructible vocal chords) to Broadway as the star of the upcoming Janis Joplin musical.