Special Reports

Firsthand: Director James Presson and Our Town at Brooklyn's Green-Wood Cemetery
By David Gordon · Jun 26, 2014

Thornton Wilder's legendary drama comes to life at this historic burial ground.

American History That Rivals Anything in Shakespeare: Tecumseh! Brings the Legendary Shawnee Chief Back to Life
By Zachary Stewart · Jun 23, 2014

For 42 summers, The Scioto Society has told the story of Tecumseh to travelers from far and wide.

Free Outdoor Shakespeare This Summer in the City
By Zachary Stewart · Jun 17, 2014

One of the many troupes presenting free shows this summer, New York Classical Theatre takes its audiences on a panoramic journey.

The 5 Worst Fathers Currently on Broadway
By Editorial Staff · Jun 15, 2014

If you think you have daddy issues, be glad you didn't have one of these histrionic papas.

Scriptopia and the Impending Death of the Paper Play Script
By Zachary Stewart · Jun 11, 2014

As the publishing and news industries increasingly go paperless, will the theater come along for the ride?

After the Tonys, We Party: Inside the Fancy Galas to Celebrate Broadway's Biggest Night
By David Gordon · Jun 9, 2014

From the Plaza to the Carlyle, Broadway stayed out really late on Sunday night.

The 8 Most Outrageous Moments in the 2014 Tony Awards Press Room: Bryan Cranston Loves Wicked and NPH Works His Connections
By Editorial Staff · Jun 9, 2014

Behind-the-scenes gems with winners James Monroe Iglehart, Jessie Mueller, and Lena Hall also make the cut.

A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder...and Tony: Highlights From the 2014 Tony Awards and What They Mean for Broadway
By Zachary Stewart · Jun 9, 2014

The 68th Annual Awards offered few upsets in this mostly predictable season.

Getting Real on Broadway
By Iris Wiener · Jun 5, 2014

Audra McDonald, Jessie Mueller, and Tony Shalhoub discuss the growing trend of real-life icons' stories onstage and the challenges that come with portraying them.

At 78 Plays and Counting, Legendary Dramatist Alan Ayckbourn Shows No Signs of Slowing Down
By David Gordon · Jun 5, 2014

The Tony- and Olivier Award-winning author of The Norman Conquests and Absurd Person Singular brings a new trio of works to off-Broadway's 59E59 Theaters.