Broadway Shockers 2015: That Time a White Actor Played Martin Luther King Jr.
A university drama program has been to The Mountaintop and plenty of people mind.
5 Times the Fiddler on the Roof Sisters Could Be Mistaken for Real Sisters
Alexandra Silber, Samantha Massell, and Melanie Moore have a real bond — onstage and off.
Broadway Shockers 2015: Earpieces and Teleprompters on Broadway
No need to call for line…it's already being whispered in your ear.
Broadway Shockers 2015: Spring Awakening, The Color Purple, Oklahoma! Reinvented
Everyone's played a role in the most beloved of Broadway musicals. Several classics came back to the stage this year in mind-blowing ways we didn't expect.
The Vinyl Countdown: New Broadway Cast Albums Are Returning to an Old-School Format
Records died out in the 1990s. But now, thanks to labels like Sh-K-Boom and Masterworks Broadway, they're making a comeback.
Broadway Shockers 2015: Patti LuPone, Benedict Cumberbatch, and Hand to God "Phone" It In
Seriously, turn off your phones when you go to see a play.
5 Reasons Why Sitting Onstage at A View From the Bridge Will Blow Your Mind
Every night, Ivo van Hove's astonishing production of Arthur Miller's tragedy offers nearly 200 people a uniquely different vantage point.
Steven Friedman Tackles Life's Big Questions in His Unique New Show
The molecular biologist, artist, and philosopher gives a first-person account about how his eclectic vision of the world came to the stage as Phalaris's Bull: Solving the Riddle of the Great Big World.
The 7 Best Places to Have Coffee and Dessert in the Theater District
Check out these hidden gems next time you see a show.