Special Reports

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

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

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

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
The Tony Award-winning authors of Ragtime toast their partnership of three decades with a series of concerts at 54 Below and a new Broadway musical.
Behind the Curtain of Broadway: The Golden Age: One Man's Mission to Document Broadway's Fading Legacy
By Hayley Levitt · Sep 23, 2013
Filmmaker Rick McKay has taken it upon himself to archive Broadway history with his documentary trilogy, featuring interviews with over 300 Broadway legends.
McLean Drama Company Celebrates 10 Minutes at a Time
By Keith Loria · Sep 20, 2013
The acclaimed troupe will present its 10-minute-play festival on September 21.
Megan Hilty, Pablo Schreiber, and More Broadway Actors Take to the Small Screen This Fall
By Iris Wiener · Sep 17, 2013
Ashlie Atkinson, Uzo Aduba, and Patrick Heusinger also discuss their new television series, and how theater has influenced their careers in front of the camera.
"Laura Benanti Explains Shakespeare" Goes Viral
By Bethany Rickwald · Sep 15, 2013
Fan girls (and boys) everywhere are liking, Tweeting, and Tumbling TheaterMania's new series.
Firsthand: Mike Daisey, on the 29 Monologues That Make Up the 29-Night All the Faces of the Moon at the Public Theater
By Mike Daisey · Sep 12, 2013
"If I get through it and complete it, it will be the largest theatrical narrative work since the 13th century," claims Daisey in this TM exclusive essay. This is what his September looks like.
Steal This Work: Getting to the Bottom of Broadway's Kleptomaniacal Trend
By Bethany Rickwald, Liza Donnelly · Sep 12, 2013
From Tim Burton to Woody Allen, this season is full of adaptation-heavy musicals.