What Are Broadway's Landlords Doing to Make Sure the Roof Doesn't Collapse During a Performance?
Hal Goldberg and Jennifer Hershey of Jujamcyn Theaters discuss the ongoing project of maintaining and improving theaters that were built during the presidency of Calvin Coolidge.
Punk Rock High School: How Embarrassing Could It Be?
Cast members of Simon Stephens' drama share the worst moments from their teenage years.
How a Newspaper Strike Killed Gerald Freedman's Broadway Musical A Time for Singing
Freedman is the coauthor, with John Morris, of the How Green Was My Valley-based tuner, which returns to New York this weekend courtesy of York Theatre Company.
Victoria Clark on the Joy She Feels Directing a College Production of The Light in the Piazza
The actress returns to the musical that won her a Tony Award.
Steal These Looks: 7 Broadway Costumes to "Borrow" This Halloween
But please don't actually STEAL THESE COSTUMES this weekend. "Happening upon them" is something else entirely.
Father Comes Home From the Wars — A Story of Then, Now, and Everything in Between
Actor Sterling K. Brown and director Jo Bonney bring American history into the present in Suzan-Lori Parks' Civil War-era plays.
Jennifer Ashley Tepper Continues Telling the Untold Stories of Broadway
The musical-theater specialist offers a preview of the second volume in her book series.
First Person: My Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of My Dreams
Child star Abigail Shapiro talks about her road to the New York stage.
5 Broadway Stars to Look for Alongside Michael Keaton in Birdman
You'll feel like an insider when you spot these stage favorites on the big screen.