Interviews

In His Broadway Acting Debut, The Cherry Orchard's Harold Perrineau Is Anything but Lost
Perrineau takes on the role of Lopakhin in the Anton Chekhov classic.
Athol Fugard Brings His Drama "Master Harold"...and the Boys Back to New York
The South African author discusses Signature Theatre's new revival of his legendary play.
Mendel to Mendel: Brandon Uranowitz and Chip Zien on the Thrill of Falsettos
A leading player of this new Broadway revival sits with a star from the original production for a walk down memory lane.
Inside the Head of Sarah Jones and the Women of Sell/Buy/Date
For a solo play about sex trafficking, it takes three to make a thing go right.
Love, Love, Love Is All Richard Armitage Needs to Make His New York Stage Debut
As his television series Berlin Station gets ready to premiere, Armitage also stars in the new play by Tony nominee Mike Bartlett.
Texan Tony Winner Harriet Harris Takes The Roads to Home in Horton Foote Revival
The stage and screen mainstay appears in Primary Stages' season-opening production.
Heidi Blickenstaff Braces Herself for 16 in Disney's Freaky Friday Musical
The Broadway veteran masters the nuances of teenage awkwardness after 20 years of playing 40.
Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez Relive the Musicals of Their 20s
The Oscar-winning songwriting couple behind Frozen discusses a season of taking fresh looks at old projects.
How David Auburn Rescued Tick, Tick…BOOM! From Desk Drawer Obscurity
As Keen Company preps for a revival of Jonathan Larson's musical, the show's Pulitzer-winning script consultant takes us back to the birth of Rent's "little sister."
Corey Stoll Spends "Plenty" of Time at the Public Theater
Between screen roles, Stoll treads the boards for Shakespeare's Troilus and Cressida and David Hare's Plenty.