Interviews

Sweat Tony Nominee Michelle Wilson: Saying What Needs to Be Said on Broadway
For Wilson, opportunities like performing in Lynn Nottage's new Pulitzer Prize-winning work give meaning to life as an artist.
32 Years After Her First Tony Nod, Anastasia's Mary Beth Peil Finally Feels at Home
The beloved stage veteran reflects on a Broadway career that all started with Yul Brynner and a classic musical.
The Season That Put Katrina Lenk on Our Radar — and Why It's About Time
Broadway divas are making room for New York's new renaissance woman on this year's nominations lists.
Sweat and Indecent Are Broadway's Only Plays Directed by Women
Kate Whoriskey and Tony nominee Rebecca Taichman get serious about uncovering unconscious bias on Broadway.
A Tree Grows on Broadway: Come From Away and the Cutting Edge of Green Set Design
Beowulf Boritt talks about using real trees in his scenic design for the new Broadway musical.
Patti LuPone Toasts Her 7th Tony Nomination — and Weighs In on New Broadway Talent
The Broadway icon and War Paint star talks about how to sustain a theater career for over 40 years.
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.