Interviews

Dominique Morisseau's Rules of Engagement
The playwright reveals the inspirations of her two new projects, Lincoln Center Theater's Pipeline and Berkeley Rep's Ain't Too Proud.
John Weidman Looks Back on Creating Assassins With Stephen Sondheim
The musical will return to New York July 12-15 at New York City Center.
Grey's Anatomy Star Kelly McCreary Tries Lynn Nottage's Intimate Apparel On for Size
McCreary is spending her summer as seamstress Esther Mills at Sag Harbor's Bay Street Theater.
Measure for Measure's Immersive Preshow Experience Is Making Shakespeare Sexy
Director Simon Godwin and designer Paul Wills reveal the secrets of Theatre for a New Audience's new production.
Julius Caesar Battles for Rome at an All-Girls High School
Alyssa May Gold adds to the summer of Caesar with a story of teenage warfare.
Director Anne Kauffman Makes It to Broadway, but Not the Way She First Imagined
The acclaimed downtown director is poised to bring her unique sensibility uptown with a big summer of major shows.
Camille A. Brown Stomps Down Stereotypes in Kirsten Childs's New Musical
The choreographer takes on racism, sexism, and more in Bella: An American Tall Tale as she looks ahead to Broadway.
Ginnifer Goodwin and Allen Leech Travel the Multiverse in Constellations
A pair of TV regulars find infinite possibilities in their theatrical homecoming at the Geffen Playhouse.
How Romy and Michele's High School Reunion's Scribe Makes the Beloved Besties Sing
Robin Schiff pens the book to the new musical version of her '90s cult hit.
The Cost of Living Is High for the Characters in Martyna Majok's Latest Play
Majok and director Jo Bonney chip away at excuses for ignoring disabled performers in a sit-down at New York City Center.