Interviews

After Mad Men and Spartacus, Erin Cummings Docks Off-Broadway in Harbor
A refreshingly honest interview with the actress, who is making her New York stage debut.
Jack O'Brien is Nimble, Quick, and Celebrating a Life in the Theater
The three-time Tony Award winner shares his thoughts on directing for the stage, forming an acting company, and William Shakespeare's Scottish tragedy.
Who's That Woman? Terri White Tells Us in Her Act at 54 Below
She doesn't live in New York City anymore, but the town that never sleeps is deep in her heart.
Scott Christensen Brings The Beatles to Broadway in Let It Be
An interview with the new concert musical's "Creative Director."
The Hills Are Alive Takes Audiences on a Harrowing Journey Into the Alps with the Family von Trapp
Composers Eric Thomas Johnson and Frankie Johnson pick up where The Sound of Music left off.
Richard Sabellico on His Career of A Thousand Annies
Sabellico, one of Broadway's first ‘Rooster's, is reviving Annie at the historic Theatre by the Sea for the first time in 30 years.
E.R. Star Laura Innes Beats The Heat in New York Stage and Film's When the Lights Went Out
Innes shares her thoughts on appearing in Mozhan Marnò's new play about the 2003 East Coast blackout.
For Alex Timbers, Directing Theater is a Labo(u)r of Love
The busy wunderkind talks the Public's Shakespeare in the Park, German engineering, and why sleeping isn't a priority right now.
Capital Fringe Executive Director Julianne Brienza: Artist, Businesswoman, and Janitor Extraordinaire
It takes an outdoor tent bar and a closet full of hats to run Washington D.C.'s Capital Fringe Festival.