Interviews

James McLure's Lone Star Finds Its Way Back to New York
Actor Matt de Rogatis sees new relevance in the play, now running at the Triad.
Marisa Tomei and Sarah Ruhl On Bringing a New Kind of Love to the Theater
Tomei stars in How to Transcend a Happy Marriage Ruhl's play about how polyamory affects the lives of two bourgeois couples.
Julie Andrews and Emma Walton Hamilton Step Into the "Greenroom"
The mother-daughter duo introduces kids to the importance of the arts with their new Netflix series.
Laura and Linda Benanti Open New Life Chapters With a Mother-Daughter Cabaret
Laura Benanti discusses her altered view of motherhood as she raises a newborn and ushers her own mother back into the world of professional performing.
Touching Moments From Public's Free Mobile Unit Tour Twelfth Night
The company presents Shakespeare in prisons, homeless shelters, and community centers around New York City.
John Guare and Trip Cullman's 20 Years of Friendship and Six Degrees of Separation
The pair discuss how a Broadway collaboration grew out of an undergrad casting call.
Jackie Hoffman, Broadway's Kvetcher-in-Chief, Returns — and Now She's "Teavee" Famous
While Feud is on the air, Hoffman reunites with her Hairspray creators in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
Catching Up With Betty Buckley, Singer of Story Songs and Star of Split
Buckley's latest album is in stores at the same time as the M. Night Shyamalan film in which she stars hits shelves.
From College to Broadway: Jennifer Ehle and J.T. Rogers Take On Oslo
Ehle stars in Rogers' new play at the Vivian Beaumont Theater.
Lynn Nottage Reacts to Her Second Pulitzer Prize, Awarded for Her Play Sweat
Nottage makes her Broadway debut with the new American drama at Studio 54.