Special Reports

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.

Drama Desk Award Winners Take Time to Thank the People Who Gave Them Their Big Breaks
By Zachary Stewart · Jun 2, 2014

Neil Patrick Harris, Jessie Mueller, Warren Carlyle, Darko Tresnjak, and Ed Sylvanus Iskandar talk about honoring their mentors and paying it forward.

My First Tony Award Nomination
By David Gordon · Jun 2, 2014

Neil Patrick Harris, Ramin Karimloo, Anika Larsen, Sophie Okonedo, and more of Broadway's favorites share their notable "firsts" in honor of receiving their first Tony Award nomination this year.

Firsthand: Guerrilla Shakespeare Project Artistic Director Jordan Reeves on Adapting the Bard in And to the Republic
By Jordan Reeves · May 28, 2014

Shakespeare's Roman plays have a lot more in common with the present day than you might think.

The Drama Desk Awards: What Makes a Unique Theatrical Experience?
By Zachary Stewart · May 15, 2014

We spoke to several people at the Drama Desk nominees reception to find out about the Awards' most unique category.