Since I Suppose
Melbourne's step up productions creates a creepy, enthralling synthesis between city and story.
If/Then's Idina Menzel to Participate in Cantor Fitzgerald's Charity Day on September 11
Menzel will work with the organization as part of the Fred Gabler Helping Hand Camp Fund.
Kathleen Marshall Is Living on Love With Her Williamstown Theatre Festival Debut
The three-time Tony Award winner discusses straying from musical theater as the director of Joe DiPietro's new play.
5 Reasons Why Walt Disney World Represents the Future of American Theater
When it comes to pushing stage innovation, the mouse is right up there with Julie Taymor and The Wooster Group.
The Mystery of Irma Vep
The Berkshire Theatre Group offers up its take on Charles Ludlum's comedic tale.
Melissa Errico on Why Actors Are So Crazy
The Tony-nominated actress talks Dracula, the Musical, her recent vocal-cord surgery, and her upcoming show at 54 Below.
The Seagull
Anton Chekhov's first great play rings painfully true, no matter if it is set in Russia or Ireland.