Special Reports

In Times of Global Turmoil, "The Play's the Thing"
By Hayley Levitt · Aug 5, 2014

The Globe Theatre brings Hamlet to the United Nations in the middle of its 205-country world tour to welcome the UK as the newest President of the Security Council.

5 Steps to Creating the Perfect Solo Show, With Broadway's Patti Murin
By Patti Murin · Aug 5, 2014

The stage vet offers a beginner's guide to planning your own cabaret, in anticipation of her debut.

The Perils of Love on London's West End: A Look at Let the Right One In, Skylight, Medea, and Shakespeare in Love
By David Gordon · Aug 4, 2014

Hearts are broken and rarely restored on the stages throughout Theatreland.

First Person: Once Star Jessie Fisher on Transitioning From Standby to Broadway Lead
By Jessie Fisher · Jul 18, 2014

The Tony-winning production's "Girl" offers an inside look on the differences between standing by and leading the show nightly.

First Person: Director Thomas G. Waites Takes on The Taming of the Shrew
By Thomas G. Waites · Jul 16, 2014

The actor/director offers a fresh interpretation of William Shakespeare's classic for TGW Studio at Baruch Performing Arts Center.

5 Reasons Why Walt Disney World Represents the Future of American Theater
By Zachary Stewart · Jul 12, 2014

When it comes to pushing stage innovation, the mouse is right up there with Julie Taymor and The Wooster Group.

What's Up, Dog? 5 Adorable Photos of Broadway Stars and Puppies
By Editorial Staff · Jul 11, 2014

Get ready for Broadway Barks with these pix of Laura Osnes, Will Swenson, Neil Patrick Harris, and more.

10 Theaters Where You Can See Celebrities Onstage This Summer
By David Gordon · Jul 6, 2014

From New York to California, the stars are coming out to reclaim their theatrical roots.

From Neil Patrick Harris to Megan Mullally, Gobble Up the Long Weekend With This Broadway Picnic Basket of Leftovers
By Editorial Staff · Jul 5, 2014

We cleaned out our kitchen and found a dented pie tin full of Lin-Manuel Miranda, the Tony Awards, The Bridges of Madison County, and other delectable treats.

7 Broadway Veterans to Look for During This Year's July 4 Twilight Zone Marathon
By David Gordon · Jul 3, 2014

From Burgess Meredith to William Shatner, these theater stars traveled from the Great White Way into the wondrous land whose boundaries are that of imagination.