Interviews

Artistic Queens and Latin Lovers: Drop Dead Perfect Brings the Ridiculous Back to Manhattan
By Zachary Stewart · Jul 11, 2014

Everett Quinton and Joe Brancato discuss their latest play, the work of a mysterious unknown author.

Samuel D. Hunter Considers Gay Conversion Therapy in His Drama A Great Wilderness
By David Gordon · Jul 10, 2014

The playwright explores the controversial subject in his play, currently running at Williamstown Theatre Festival.

Six Years After Winning Tonys, Deanna Dunagan and Rondi Reed Return to August: Osage County
By David Gordon · Jul 9, 2014

The pair will star in L.A. Theatre Works' radio theater performances of Tracy Letts' Pulitzer-winning drama.

Sally Struthers Will Never Lose Her Love for Always…Patsy Cline
By Hayley Levitt · Jul 8, 2014

She's not quite sure how many times she's performed the countrified musical, but she knows she could perform it in her sleep.

Avenue Q's Stephanie D'Abruzzo Explains Geek Culture, High School Oddballs, and NYMF
By Bethany Rickwald · Jul 7, 2014

The Broadway veteran stars in Academia Nuts, the new "nerd-rock" musical at this year's New York Musical Theatre Festival.

Tony Winners Christopher Gattelli and Stephen Flaherty Discuss In Your Arms
By David Gordon · Jul 5, 2014

The new dance theater piece is part of New York Stage and Film's Powerhouse Theater Season.

Cancer Can't Keep Paul Vogt From Dazzling Broadway
By Iris Wiener · Jul 3, 2014

The actor/comedian gets a do-over as he takes on Chicago's Amos Hart for the second time while bouncing back from non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.

Kristin Chenoweth Says the Third Time's the Charm for Her Upcoming London Concert
By Bethany Rickwald · Jul 3, 2014

The hard-working Wicked star reveals her feelings about The Royal Albert Hall, a Pushing Daisies musical, and the Japanese version of "Popular."

In a New Web Series, Smash and First Date Star Krysta Rodriguez Channels Her Inner Fly Goddess
By David Gordon · Jul 2, 2014

Rodriguez discusses her transformation into this sexy creature on the new series Ian.

With Their Upcoming Reading of The First Wives Club, Nick Gereffi and Rachel Sussman's Indigo Theatre Project Flourishes
By David Gordon · Jul 2, 2014

The theatrical rising stars discuss how they got the likes of Audra McDonald, Tina Fey, and more to appear in one-night-only projects.