Helen Mirren's Costars Judith Ivey and Dylan Baker on Becoming Margaret Thatcher and John Major
The pair stars opposite Mirren, as Queen Elizabeth, in Peter Morgan's new Broadway drama, The Audience.
Sugarland's Jennifer Nettles Breaks Out of Her Country Confines as Roxie Hart in Chicago
The Grammy-winning singer/songwriter rebrands herself for her Broadway debut.
Sean Young Moves From Movies to Masha (and Vanya and Sonia and Spike)
By Iris Wiener
The Blade Runner and Wall Street actress discusses learning to be a stage performer in Christopher Durang's award-winning play.
Jeff Augustin Dreams of Haiti in Little Children Dream of God
The new play at Roundabout Underground explores generational conflict between immigrants and their American children, among many other issues.
John Cameron Mitchell Wants to "F**k Up Broadway" in Hedwig and the Angry Inch
The legendary writer-performer steps back into his most famous role in order to mend his heart, thrill his fans, and crowd-surf at the Belasco.
Kinky Boots' Kyle Taylor Parker on Loving Real Housewives and Filling Billy Porter's Shoes
Parker plays Lola in the Broadway musical through April 26.
Why Bryce Pinkham Ditched His Lead Role in Gentleman's Guide to Join the Heidi Chronicles Cast
The Tony nominee reflects on hard choices, transition, and the gay-best-friend motif.
Anna Camp and Playwright Nick Jones Consider Misery as a Career Choice in Verité
She starred on True Blood, but this stay-at-home mom may be the darkest character Camp has ever played.
Tony Meneses Puts His Audience Behind the Language Barrier at Two River Theater
The bilingual playwright deconstructs miscommunication in his new play Guadalupe in the Guest Room.