Interviews

Brendan Averett Is Having a Bloody Good Time in Titus Andronicus
New York Shakespeare Exchange presents the gruesome revenge tragedy.
Gershwin Go-To Rob Fisher Constructs Scores for Lady, Be Good! and An American in Paris
The eminent musical director discusses the search-and-rescue process of re-creating two very old musicals.
Timothy Douglas Rediscovers August Wilson's King Hedley II for the Age of Obama
Douglas directs his eighth Pittsburgh Cycle play at Washington, D.C.'s Arena Stage.
Steven Hoggett Brings Vampires and Superheroes to Life in Let the Right One In and Brooklynite
The esteemed choreographer shares his inspirations for making diverse characters dance onstage.
Jonathan Groff's "Landmark" Cabaret
The performer combines musical classics, edgy HBO work, and some Frozen delights in his tailor-made concert for the Long Island venue Landmark on Main Street.
Playwright Gina Gionfriddo on the "Rapturous" Journey of Rapture, Blister, Burn
The female-centric play, now running at Chicago's Goodman Theatre, has spent the past few years cultivating a global audience.
The Woodsman Uses Folk Music and Puppetry to Tell the Tin Man's Enchanting Tale
Theater artist James Ortiz and professional violinist Edward W. Hardy talk about their "creatively fulfilling" collaboration for Strangemen & Co.
Matthew Beard Talks Cumberbatch, The Imitation Game, and His Broadway Debut With Carey Mulligan
The actor will soon take up his usual place opposite Mulligan for the second, no...fourth timeā€¦in Skylight.
5 Questions With Martin Short, the New Star of Broadway's It's Only A Play
If Jiminy Glick could ask Jimmy Wicker any question, what would it be?
How Rising Company Fiasco Theater Reimagined Into the Woods
Co-artistic directors Jessie Austrian, Noah Brody, and Ben Steinfeld explore Sondheim and Lapine's classic musical in a radically different way.