Interviews

Phillipa Soo and Brittain Ashford on Sharing a Year with Natasha, Sonya & the Great Comet of 1812
By David Gordon · Nov 6, 2013

The ladies talk audience interaction, cast recordings, and that cell phone-tossing incident.

Song of Glen Berger, Author of Broadway's Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark and the New Book Song of Spider-Man
By David Gordon · Nov 3, 2013

The playwright has turned his experiences writing the $65-million musical into a new tell-all memoir.

Roger Robinson of Strawberry & Chocolate on Why You Should Care About Gays in Cuba
By Zachary Stewart · Nov 1, 2013

The Tony Award winner is directing the English-language premiere of Senel Paz's new play.

Jersey Boys Star Jarrod Spector Knows How It Feels for Frankie Valli and Barry Mann to Watch as He Plays Them Onstage
By Zachary Stewart · Oct 25, 2013

The actor-singer is playing 54 Below on Sundays before the Broadway debut of Beautiful — The Carole King Musical, in which he stars.

Stephen Kunken on the Pride of Joining The Apple Family and the Insecurities of Being an Actor in New York City
By Zachary Stewart · Oct 25, 2013

The Tony-nominated actor is in the repertory production of Richard Nelson's four-play cycle about a politically minded family in Rhinebeck, New York. That's eight hours of lines to learn right there.

Book of Mormon Star Nikki M. James Celebrates Her Nerdy '80s Self at Joe's Pub
By Iris Wiener · Oct 21, 2013

The Book of Mormon star chats about bringing her cabaret show back to New York, and the off-Broadway project that got her back into heels.

How Does an Employment Litigation Attorney Become a Broadway Producer?
By Zachary Stewart · Oct 18, 2013

Lead Producer Larry Kaye has his eyes set on a Broadway run for Eric Cobble's The Velocity of Autumn.

Jennifer Westfeldt on Religion, Relationships, and The Power of Duff at the Huntington Theatre Company
By Hayley Levitt · Oct 16, 2013

Why the Tony-nominated actress returned to the stage and how she may do a play with her partner, Jon Hamm…once he can speak again.