7 Broadway Veterans to Look for During This Year's July 4 Twilight Zone Marathon
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.
The Public Forum's Shakespeare in America Event Highlighted the U.S.'s Complicated Relationship With the Bard
James Earl Jones, Alec Baldwin, Cynthia Nixon, and more celebrate the latest publication from The Library of America.
Do You Want to See a Broadway Show This 4th of July Week?
Check out the special holiday performance schedule to see when your favorite shows are playing.
Firsthand: Director James Presson and Our Town at Brooklyn's Green-Wood Cemetery
Thornton Wilder's legendary drama comes to life at this historic burial ground.
American History That Rivals Anything in Shakespeare: Tecumseh! Brings the Legendary Shawnee Chief Back to Life
For 42 summers, The Scioto Society has told the story of Tecumseh to travelers from far and wide.
Scriptopia and the Impending Death of the Paper Play Script
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
From the Plaza to the Carlyle, Broadway stayed out really late on Sunday night.
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