Interviews

Sailing Down Big River With the Original Producer and the Critic Who Panned It
Rocco Landesman and Jack Viertel reminisce about a career-changing experience as the musical's Encores! revival takes shape.
Marsha Mason Finds Poetry and Prophecy in Lillian Hellman's Watch on the Rhine
The four-time Oscar-nominated actress stars in Hellman's World War II drama.
Aisling O'Sullivan Walks in the Shoes of the "Beauty Queen" Who Plays Her Mom
O'Sullivan stars opposite Tony winner Marie Mullen in an American tour of Martin McDonagh's iconic dark comedy.
In the Company of Neil LaBute, His Short Plays, and His Vampires
The writer of The Shape of Things and Fat Pig stretches his muscles into new realms of artistic creation.
Hedwig's Euan Morton on Kissing Nonagenarians and Fooling Potter Fans Across the U.S.
The Taboo Tony nominee is learning life lessons on the big stages of America's "Wicked Little Towns."
Because of Winn-Dixie Scribe Nell Benjamin on Writing for Dogs and Strong Girls of All Ages
With Mean Girls on the horizon and Legally Blonde in the past, Benjamin's youngest female protagonist doles out unique challenges.
The Heat Is On as Eva Noblezada Brings Miss Saigon Back to Broadway
The American-born West End star of this iconic musical prepares to make her New York stage debut.
Blueprint Specials: U.S. Vets Join Broadway Stars in Lost Frank Loesser Musicals
Tony nominee Will Swenson, actor and veteran Sandra W. Lee, and director Tom Ridgely map out a better blueprint for veteran-civilian relationships aboard the Intrepid.
With Denzel Washington, Stephen McKinley Henderson Brings Fences to the Big Screen
Henderson and Washington reunite with Viola Davis, Russell Hornsby, and Mykelti Williamson to film August Wilson's Pulitzer Prize-winning drama.