10 Celebrities Whose Autographs You Can Get at Broadway Stage Doors This Fall
Get out your Sharpies and prepare to be squished.
Pitbulls, Buddhist Monks, and Holly Hunter: A Preview of the 2014 Fall Plays Off-Broadway
TheaterMania highlights 20 plays for you to see in the coming months.
On the Town Triple Threat Tony Yazbeck Offers a 5-Song Preview of His Upcoming Concerts
By Tony Yazbeck
The handsome Broadway hoofer prepares to bring his skills to 54 Below for a steamy series of shows.
7 Shows You Should See at the 2014 New York International Fringe Festival
Polyamory, the Marx Brothers, and lady prisoners: Here are the titles that caught our eye in the run-up to FringeNYC.
In Times of Global Turmoil, "The Play's the Thing"
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
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
Hearts are broken and rarely restored on the stages throughout Theatreland.
First Person: Once Star Jessie Fisher on Transitioning From Standby to Broadway Lead
The Tony-winning production's "Girl" offers an inside look on the differences between standing by and leading the show nightly.