Robert LuPone Braves a Return to the Stage in The Violin
The Tony nominee and MCC co-artistic director gets ready to tread the boards once again.
Playwright Hansol Jung and Director Leigh Silverman Analyze Their Wild Goose Dreams
A North Korean defector and South Korean father meet online in this "ethereal" world premiere at La Jolla Playhouse.
Julie White and Stephen McKinley Henderson Are at Each Other's Throats — on Broadway
Two theatrical titans go head-to-head in Lucas Hnath's Tony-nominated drama, A Doll's House, Part 2.
Aaron Tveit Finds Himself Fully Committed to Bobby in Company
The Broadway regular discusses his latest role at Barrington Stage Company.
Creating As You Like It With 5 Actors, Lucha Libre Wrestlers, and Dabka Dancers
Director Laurie Woolery and composer and performer Shaina Taub discuss this year's Public Theater free Public Works production, which features a cast of 200.
She's Owned a Construction Company and the Rights to Follies: Meet Bobby Goldman
Ann Miller once allegedly threatened to have her killed. Now, this petite 68 year old, who's dating six men she met on Ashley Madison, is the author of off-Broadway's Curvy Widow.
Post-Mike & Molly Tony Winner Rondi Reed Is Back on the Wicked Stage
Reed heads back down the Yellow Brick Road as she returns to the role of Madame Morrible.
Keegan-Michael Key Wanted to Be Jason Bourne (but Ended Up Doing Shakespeare)
By Grace Ebach
The Key and Peele funny man talks about his career pivot to New York City theater, on and off-Broadway.
At 86 Years Old, Lois Smith Is in Her (Marjorie) Prime
The veteran of stage and screen stars in a film adaptation of a role she originated off-Broadway.