Special Reports

From Sarah Jessica Parker to Derek Jeter: Which New Play Should You See Off-Broadway This Fall?
By Zachary Stewart · Aug 27, 2013

TheaterMania catalogues the highlights of the upcoming season into an easy-to-read guide.

What's New on Broadway This Fall?
By Editorial Staff · Aug 26, 2013
Tennessee Williams. Harold Pinter. Shakespeare. And more.
God, I Hope I Get It: How to Audition for a Musical
By David Gordon · Aug 16, 2013
Want to land that dream role? Here are some tips and helpful hints from Broadway pros that can help you ace your next appointment.
The Art of Making Arts Voters: In Beantown, It Takes a Dab of Politician
By Hayley Levitt · Aug 9, 2013
MASSCreative's "Create the Vote" campaign calls for an arts advocate to take office as Boston's first new mayor in 20 years.
Cowboys, Strippers, and Tom Cruise Take the Stage at FringeNYC
By Zachary Stewart · Aug 6, 2013
Here are eight shows that are sure to make a splash at the New York International Fringe Festival.
New York Mayoral Candidates Share Plans to Raise City Arts Budget at Recent Forum
By Hayley Levitt · Aug 1, 2013
Nine potential Bloomberg successors attended a forum at Columbia University on Tuesday evening to discuss the future of New York City's arts and education budget.
It's Harry Potter's Birthday Today, and He's Older than You Think
By Editorial Staff · Jul 31, 2013
Potted Potter's Dan and Jeff celebrate the birthday of The Boy Who Lived.
A Summer at Stagedoor Manor Might Just be the Logical First Step to Broadway
By Zachary Stewart · Jul 29, 2013
If Peggy Sawyer were packing her bags now, she might consider a pit stop at the Loch Sheldrake theater camp before taking on the Great White Way.
Global Revolution Takes Center Stage in Red Wednesday at Ice Factory 2013
By Zachary Stewart · Jul 24, 2013
Built for Collapse Artistic Director Sanaz Ghajarrahimi, great-niece of former Iranian Foreign Minister Sadegh Ghotbzadeh, explores his legacy and its relationship to present-day global upheavals.