Craig Lucas on An American in Paris, New York Audiences, and Why Book Writers Get No Respect
The Tony-nominated playwright is part of the team bringing a new adaptation of the classic MGM film to the stage.
For One Producer, Doctor Zhivago Musical Is About Two Love Stories Written in the Stars
A series of improbable coincidences convinced Anita Waxman that the musical Doctor Zhivago was "meant to be."
Hillary Clinton and Monica Lewinsky — Together Again in Clinton The Musical
Kerry Butler and Veronica J. Kuehn talk spirit guides, split personalities, and the scandal of the '90s.
From Julie Andrews to Larry David: The Illustrious Career of Fish in the Dark's Jerry Adler
How does a veteran Broadway stage manager make the switch to becoming one of TV's most recognizable character actors at age 65? Adler explains all.
Nathaniel Parker, Wolf Hall's King Henry VIII, on Awards, Arrogance, and Family
The seasoned British actor (and sometime jockey) is champing at the bit to start his second stint on Broadway.
Daniel Beaty and Moisés Kaufman Discover Paul Robeson in The Tallest Tree in the Forest
The playwright of Through the Night and the director of I Am My Own Wife collaborate to reintroduce the world to this important figure.
Andrew Lippa and John August Adapt Broadway's Big Fish for Smaller Ponds
The show's creators halve the cast but double the imagination for their revamped production at SpeakEasy Stage Company.
No More Kiddie Stuff for The Nether's Young Star Sophia Anne Caruso
The 13-year-old actress sinks her teeth into the mature MCC drama and is hungry for more.