Special Reports

The 6 Fiercest Moms on Broadway
Most moms are Queen for a Day on Mother's Day, but what if yours was royalty 24/7?
Will Hamilton Be the First Off-Broadway Show This Century to Win the Drama Desk for Outstanding Musical?
The 60-year-old awards recognize all aspects of New York theater, but mostly honors Broadway in its musical category. Here's why.
Checking In at the Hummingbird Motel, the Setting of Broadway's Airline Highway
Scenic designer Scott Pask takes us on a set tour of his latest creation, a two-story motor lodge.
Kathleen and Rob Marshall Recall Their Proudest Moments Ahead of New York Pops Event
The brother-sister duo will be feted with a starry tribute from the likes of Alan Cumming, Sutton Foster, and Queen Latifah.
Learn the Difference Between a Tony and a Drama Desk With Our Theater Awards Guide
By Bethany Rickwald, Dan Bacalzo
For theater lovers, the spring season means more than just flowers. Obies and Theatre World Awards are thawing our frozen hearts.
Never Neverland: Who Didn't Get Nominated for a 2015 Tony Award?
Matthew Morrison, Jake Gyllenhaal, Hugh Jackman, Vanessa Hudgens, and Nathan Lane are among the high-profile snubs of this Tony season.
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.