Special Reports

First Reactions From the 2015 Tony Nominees
Who was fast asleep? Who called their mom? Find out here.
Actors Without Borders: How Belarus Free Theatre Is Defiantly Going Global
Following their sensational U.S. tour in 2011, the company returns with Trash Cuisine, a new play about the death penalty.
Something Rotten!'s Creatives Talk Their Broadway Crash Course and the Art of Letting Go
John O'Farrell, Wayne Kirkpatrick, and Karey Kirkpatrick arrive on Broadway with this musical lampoon of Elizabethan England.
5 New Works That Could Receive the 2015 Pulitzer Prize for Drama
Will Between Riverside and Crazy take home the prestigious honor? Or will it be An Octoroon? TheaterMania handicaps the race.
Snapshots From London: Sondheim Sees Double, and Leading Ladies Share Tips
6 photos from this month's theatrical goings-on in the West End.
Snapshots From London: Maggie Smith Hints at Retirement as Damian Lewis Returns
Six photos from this month's theatrical goings-on in the West End.
Shakespeare's Complete Canon to Be Preserved on Film Thanks to Stratford Festival HD
Canada's acclaimed theater festival takes its Shakespearean expertise and commitment to innovation to the big screen — and maybe even the one in your palm.
TEDxBroadway Roundup: Is Broadway What Sets Us Apart From the Apes?
Our evolutionary roots may be the thing that keeps the theater from going extinct.