Interviews

After 10 Years of Audiences, New Beginnings for Capital Fringe
Catching up with executive director Julianne Brienza, who wants D.C. to know that Fringe is more than just a monthlong festival.
As the Star of Beautiful's American Tour, Abby Mueller Is Taking Carole King Back on the Road
Fans from across the U.S. are showering Mueller with their love for the Grammy-winning songwriter.
Ivo van Hove and Mark Strong Build Their View From the Bridge on Broadway
After taking home three 2015 Olivier Awards, the acclaimed revival of Arthur Miller's drama comes to the Great White Way.
Constantine's Matt Ryan on Sharing British Humor and the Broadway Stage With Keira Knightley
Ryan, a newly minted network TV star, returns to the stage in an adaptation of Émile Zola's Thérèse Raquin.
Caissie Levy and Betsy Morgan: Sisters at Heart and Sisters Onstage
Levy and Morgan star in Michael John LaChiusa's new musical First Daughter Suite at the Public Theater.
Lauren Pritchard on Songbird, Spring Awakening, and Singing as "Lolo"
Broadway's original "Ilse," now a singer-songwriter in her own right, is bringing a Nashville feel to Chekhov's The Seagull.
Bob Saget Prepares to Put On the White Collar in Broadway's Hand to God
Full House's "Dirty Daddy" finds a good-guy role he can sink his teeth into for his Broadway return.
Zach Trimmer: From the West Coast to Northport's West Side Story
The actor takes on Tony for the second time this year and reflects on returning to one of his favorite theaters.