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From Patrick Stewart to Laura Benanti, This Post-Thanksgiving Day, We're Thankful for Leftovers
By Editorial Staff · Nov 29, 2013 · New York City

We cleaned out our fridge and found some slices of Michael Urie, a bit of Leslie Jordan, a few extra scoops of Robin De Jesús, and many more nearly forgotten treats.

TheaterMania's Guide to Holiday Gifts
By Editorial Staff · Nov 26, 2013 · New York City

From the music and merch of Pippin and Kinky Boots to tickets to Once and Spider-Man, these gift ideas are perfect for the Broadway geek in your life.

The Ladies of Samantha and the Glass Ceiling Talk About Their Own Glass Ceilings
By Hayley Levitt · Nov 17, 2013 · New York City

Is there a "glass ceiling" on the stage? Here's what the women had to say…

Firsthand: Rick Elice on the Great Ride That Became Peter and the Starcatcher
By Rick Elice · Nov 13, 2013 · New York City

As it nears the end of its New York journey and on the heels of a national tour, the scribe behind the unexpected, acclaimed play looks back on its path from page to stage.

Look What They've Done With the Place: Why So Many Innovative Shows Are Totally Renovating Their Space
By Bethany Rickwald · Nov 5, 2013 · New York City

From St. Ann's Warehouse to Sleep No More and Natasha, Pierre, the proscenium is no longer taking center stage.

Firsthand: Jennifer Ashley Tepper, Author of The Untold Stories of Broadway

In a TM exclusive, the theater historian and author writes of the fascinating steps she took to develop her new book.

From Page to Screen to Stage: The Costumes of Broadway's Big Fish, With Designer William Ivey Long
By David Gordon · Nov 1, 2013 · Broadway

A look inside the six-time Tony Award winner's Walker Street studio.

The Cast Members of Bayside! The Musical! Are "So Excited" to Share Their Favorite Episodes of Saved by the Bell
By David Gordon · Oct 19, 2013 · New York City

Get out your caffeine pills, dial your prehistoric cellphone, and share your excitement. Because you just can't hide it.

Ars Nova Goes Long with Rhyming Burlesque Farce Eager to Lose
By Zachary Stewart · Oct 16, 2013 · New York City

It took four collaborators two years to create this idiosyncratic piece. They couldn't have done it without the help of the midtown performance space that champions new and untested work.

Why Playwrights Horizons Isn't Talking About the Gender Imbalance in Their Current Season
By Bethany Rickwald · Oct 15, 2013 · New York City

The writing-driven off-Broadway theater company's 2013-2014 season includes the work of only one male playwright, and that's OK.

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