Special Reports

Off-Broadway Invades Your Living Room in Channel Thirteen's Theater Close-Up
By Zachary Stewart · Oct 2, 2014

Channel Thirteen President Neal Shapiro and Great Performances Executive Director David Horn discuss bringing off-Broadway theater to the small screen.

Firsthand: How Grammy Winner Bill Oakes Discovered From Here to Eternity
By Bill Oakes · Sep 30, 2014

The British-born librettist offers his thoughts on collaborating with the great Tim Rice on this new musical.

Awkward Break-Up Stories With the Cast of Off-Broadway's Money Grubbin' Whores
By Editorial Staff · Sep 29, 2014

If you thought you had some doozies, wait until you read these.

How Imelda Marcos Got Immortalized in a Specially Built Downtown Discotheque
By David Gordon · Sep 25, 2014

David Korins and Alex Timbers on creating and designing Here Lies Love at the Public Theater.

7 Shows to See in the Outer Boroughs of New York City
By Zachary Stewart · Sep 24, 2014

From family-friendly fare to experimental shows about our horrifying dystopian future, there's theater for everyone in the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, and Staten Island.

Classic Musicals Can-Can and On the Town Get Refurbished Before Highly Anticipated Productions
By David Gordon · Sep 23, 2014

The Broadway revisal trend continues into the 2014-15 season.

The Stars of Off-Broadway's Bedbugs!!! Share Their New York City Apartment Horror Stories
By Editorial Staff · Sep 14, 2014

If you think you've had it bad, these guys and gals probably have had it worst.

The Interactive Theater Production Trade Practices Brings Living Stock Market to Governors Island
By David Gordon · Sep 12, 2014

Kristin Marting and David Evans Morris' new piece explores value and currency in America.

With 200 Cast Members and Big Bird, Lear deBessonet and Todd Almond Remake Shakespeare's The Winter's Tale
By David Gordon · Sep 2, 2014

The up-and-coming director and songwriter bring their large-scale theatrical pageant to Central Park's Delacorte Theater.

10 Celebrities Whose Autographs You Can Get at Broadway Stage Doors This Fall
By Editorial Staff · Sep 1, 2014

Get out your Sharpies and prepare to be squished.