In Chalk Farm, Kieran Hurley and AJ Taudevin Bring the London Riots of 2011 to Life
The drama at 59E59 Theaters tells the story of a mother and son against the backdrop of one of the defining events in recent European history.
In Her New Solo Show, Two-Time Tony Winner Katie Finneran Searches for Home
Finneran will play 54 Below later this week in her cabaret debut.
How to Dress a Company of Men in Feminine '50s Frocks: Designer Rita Ryack on Creating the Ladies of Casa Valentina
The Hollywood veteran discusses returning to Broadway in style.
NCIS: Los Angeles Star Barrett Foa Returns to the New York Theater Community With Buyer & Cellar
The NYC native takes over Jonathan Tolins' Barbra Streisand-themed one-man show from Christopher J. Hanke.
West End Stage Star Linzi Hateley Returns to New York to Explore Her Life Since Carrie
The star of the legendary flop musical, who has since had a prosperous stage career in the U.K., brings her act to 54 Below on May 27.
Crematorium Collaborators Alexander Kargaltsev and Pavel Solodovnikov Discuss Russia, Ukraine, and Their Latest Show
Banned in Moscow, this new play about gay Russians finds a home in New York City.
Greta Gerwig Is Not Proud of Identifying With Her Character in The Village Bike at MCC Theater
But the writer and film star is delighted to join the cast of the American premiere of Penelope Skinner's new play.
Lydia R. Diamond's Smart People Changes the Conversation About Race
Diamond delves into the state of our so-called "post-racial" America and explains how the election of President Obama forced her to "up her game" as she broaches these difficult topics.
Andrew Lippa Discusses I Am Harvey Milk, His Massive New Oratorio Set to Make Its New York City Debut This Fall
The Broadway composer will star in the title role opposite Kristin Chenoweth at Avery Fisher Hall.
With Violet on Broadway, Director Leigh Silverman Journeys to Her First Tony Nomination
Silverman shares her thoughts on bringing this cult-favorite musical to the life it fully deserves.