Interviews

From Barbra Streisand to George Abbott, the Actresses of I Remember Mama Reflect on the People and Roles That Shaped Their Careers
By Hayley Levitt · Mar 23, 2014 · New York City

The seasoned ladies of Transport Group Theatre Company's newest production share their hopes, memories, and words of wisdom.

From Onscreen Action to Onstage Drama, Bourne Ultimatum Screenwriter Scott Z. Burns Turns to Theater
By David Gordon · Mar 20, 2014 · New York City

Burns' first play, The Library, will open at the Public Theater under the direction of his frequent film collaborator, Steven Soderbergh.

Actress Antoinette LaVecchia Serves Up Love, Loss, and Spaghetti at George Street Playhouse
By Iris Wiener · Mar 19, 2014 · North Jersey, New Jersey

The New Jersey theater gets a taste of Italian culture and dating woes with its latest production.

How Peter Michael Marino Turned His Flop Blondie Jukebox Musical Desperately Seeking Susan Into a Hit One-Man Show
By David Gordon · Mar 18, 2014 · New York City

After experiencing the horror of having his baby close in a month, Marino made the best of the situation by recounting it himself.

As Apollo Creed, Terence Archie Packs a Punch in Broadway's Rocky
By David Gordon · Mar 12, 2014 · New York City, Broadway

After playing and performing the role in Hamburg, Germany, Archie gets his chance at Broadway, this time in English.

Calista Flockhart Prepares for Her Stage "Fix" in The Other Place at L.A. Theatre Works
By Hayley Levitt · Mar 10, 2014 · Los Angeles

The Golden Globe-winning Ally McBeal star talks missing her days on the New York stage and holding fast to her theatrical roots.

Scandal's Kate Burton Turns Over Her Final Chekhovian Stone in The Seagull at Boston's Huntington Theatre Company
By Hayley Levitt · Mar 5, 2014 · Boston

The classic drama becomes a family affair as Burton's son Morgan Ritchie brings their offstage relationship into the spotlight.

Passing Strange Tony Winner Stew Goes Cabaret — And We Have Patti LuPone to Thank
By David Gordon · Mar 4, 2014 · New York City

The songwriter brings his show The New Stew Review to 54 Below.

As LBJ, Breaking Bad Star Bryan Cranston Goes All The Way on Broadway
By David Gordon · Mar 3, 2014 · New York City, Broadway

For the Emmy-winning actor, awards are lovely, but it's all about the work.

Elaine Stritch Is So Tired of "Once Upon a Time" That She Made a Movie About Her Life
By David Gordon · Feb 22, 2014 · New York City, Broadway

The show-business icon sets the record straight on the honesty of Chiemi Karasawa's new documentary, Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me.