Interviews

Gay History in the Age of Grindr: Gabriel Ebert Goes Gently Down the Stream
The Tony-winning star of Matilda appears opposite Harvey Fierstein, the multiple Tony-winning author of Kinky Boots who is making his first nonmusical stage appearance in nearly 30 years.
Lena Hall Brings Polyamory to Lincoln Center
The Tony-winning Hedwig veteran trades her male drag for someone more familiar in Sarah Ruhl's How to Transcend a Happy Marriage.
From Engineering Student to "The Engineer": Jon Jon Briones' Journey With Miss Saigon
Briones makes his Broadway debut in an iconic musical-theater role — one that he's been playing since 1994.
How Clint Ramos Uses Color and Light to Costume Jake Gyllenhaal and More
Ramos is the Tony-winning designer behind Eclipsed, Sunday in the Park With George, Joan of Arc: Into the Fire, and other new productions.
Aya Cash Does Not Apologize for Loving Her TV Show and the Debate Society
The You're the Worst star heads the cast of The Light Years, a new drama at Playwrights Horizons presented by the Debate Society.
Bryna Turner and Lee Sunday Evans Unearth Buried Queer History in Bull in a China Shop
The playwright and director have joined forces to present the story of Mary Woolley and Jeannette Marks, an early 20th-century power couple of academia.
Abigail Breslin and Isabelle Fuhrman on Hollywood Adolescence and Revisiting 14
All the Fine Boys playwright and director Erica Schmidt joins the young stars of her new play for a multi-generational conversation on coming-of-age.
Charles Socarides, Son of an Anti-Gay Psychiatrist, Now Plays His Gay Brother on TV
The off-Broadway actor plays Clinton-administration gay-and-lesbian civil-rights adviser Richard Socarides on the new ABC miniseries When We Rise.
King Lear Meets Man of La Mancha in a Season of Dreaming at A Noise Within
The Los Angeles theater company celebrates 25 years of classics with a pair of powerful imaginations.
From 1776 to Boy Meets World, William Daniels Looks Back on His Career in New Memoir
There I Go Again: How I Came to Be Mr. Feeny, John Adams, Dr. Craig, KITT, and Many Others will be released on March 1.