Celia Keenan-Bolger, Star of The Oldest Boy, Meditates on Happiness in the Theater
A Buddhist retreat, which began as research for the stage, left the actress with new perspectives on her profession.
What Are Broadway's Landlords Doing to Make Sure the Roof Doesn't Collapse During a Performance?
Hal Goldberg and Jennifer Hershey of Jujamcyn Theaters discuss the ongoing project of maintaining and improving theaters that were built during the presidency of Calvin Coolidge.
Punk Rock High School: How Embarrassing Could It Be?
By David Gordon
Cast members of Simon Stephens' drama share the worst moments from their teenage years.
How a Newspaper Strike Killed Gerald Freedman's Broadway Musical A Time for Singing
By David Gordon
Freedman is the coauthor, with John Morris, of the How Green Was My Valley-based tuner, which returns to New York this weekend courtesy of York Theatre Company.
Victoria Clark on the Joy She Feels Directing a College Production of The Light in the Piazza
The actress returns to the musical that won her a Tony Award.
Steal These Looks: 7 Broadway Costumes to "Borrow" This Halloween
But please don't actually STEAL THESE COSTUMES this weekend. "Happening upon them" is something else entirely.
Father Comes Home From the Wars — A Story of Then, Now, and Everything in Between
Actor Sterling K. Brown and director Jo Bonney bring American history into the present in Suzan-Lori Parks' Civil War-era plays.
Jennifer Ashley Tepper Continues Telling the Untold Stories of Broadway
The musical-theater specialist offers a preview of the second volume in her book series.
First Person: My Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of My Dreams
Child star Abigail Shapiro talks about her road to the New York stage.