Special Reports

Why Playwrights Horizons Isn't Talking About the Gender Imbalance in Their Current Season
By Bethany Rickwald · Oct 15, 2013 · New York City

The writing-driven off-Broadway theater company's 2013-2014 season includes the work of only one male playwright, and that's OK.

New York City Opera Bankruptcy and the Future of City Arts Funding Discussed Among Experts at Crain's Arts & Culture Breakfast
By Hayley Levitt · Oct 10, 2013 · New York City

As the famed opera company closes its doors, members of the arts community look for hope in the upcoming mayoral election.

Date Night on Broadway for Under $100
By Zachary Stewart · Oct 8, 2013 · New York City

Here are a few secrets for making a night on the Great White Way affordable.

Parade: Another Look at the Tony-Winning Jason Robert Brown-Alfred Uhry Musical
By Jeremy Stoller · Oct 1, 2013 · Philadelphia

The famed tuner makes its Philadelphia debut at the Arden Theatre Company, 15 years following its award-winning Broadway premiere.

Bad Jews Kvetching Over Good Soup Off-Broadway
By David Gordon · Oct 1, 2013 · New York City

Playwright Joshua Harmon and cast members Tracee Chimo, Philip Ettinger, Molly Ranson, and Michael Zegen talk food, fighting, and family at the Café Edison.

5 Broadway Veterans to Look Out for During Season 3 of Showtime's Homeland
By David Gordon · Sep 26, 2013 · New York City

Keep your eyes peeled when the drama returns on September 29.

Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty: Celebrating 30 Years of "New Music"
By David Gordon · Sep 24, 2013 · New York City
Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty(© David Gordon) "I guess [you've] been around a long time when they start modeling television characters after you," says lyricist Lynn Ahrens with a ...
Behind the Curtain of Broadway: The Golden Age: One Man's Mission to Document Broadway's Fading Legacy
By Hayley Levitt · Sep 23, 2013 · New York City
Producer Richard Eric Weigle and filmmaker Rick McKay(© David Gordon) Thirteen years ago, Richard Eric Weigle was working at the Museum of Television and ...
McLean Drama Company Celebrates 10 Minutes at a Time
By Keith Loria · Sep 20, 2013 · Washington, DC
Eight years ago Rachael Bail, president of the McLean Drama Company, came up with a unique contest idea for local playwrights to pen a 10-minute play, with the winning entries being staged at ...