Shakespeare in Love
By David Gordon · Jul 23, 2014

Playwright Lee Hall brings this Oscar-winning film to the West End stage.

Kathleen Marshall Is Living on Love With Her Williamstown Theatre Festival Debut
By Iris Wiener · Jul 17, 2014

The three-time Tony Award winner discusses straying from musical theater as the director of Joe DiPietro's new play.

Les Misérables
By Zachary Stewart · Mar 23, 2014

Twenty-seven years after its Broadway debut, this epic musical is back and better than ever.

Tales From Red Vienna
By Zachary Stewart · Mar 18, 2014

This challenging drama from David Grimm is so much more than the story of an Austrian hooker with a heart of gold.

Til Divorce Do Us Part: The Musical
By Zachary Stewart · Feb 19, 2014

Ruthe Ponturo's musical revue proves that all bad things eventually come to an end.

Twelfth Night
By Zachary Stewart · Feb 7, 2014

Shipwrecks, drag, and Balkan brass: Philadelphia's Pig Iron Theatre Company brings their athletic and musical vision of Shakespeare to the Lower East Side.

Stevie Holland's Solo Show, Love, Linda: The Life of Mrs. Cole Porter, Tells the Story of the Great Woman Behind One of America's Great Composers
By Hayley Levitt · Dec 16, 2013

Jazz crooner Holland sings the music of Cole Porter in a way you've probably never heard before.

Jazz Vocalist Stevie Holland Stars in the Off-Broadway Premiere of Love, Linda: The Life of Mrs. Cole Porter
By Bethany Rickwald · Nov 25, 2013

Richard Maltby Jr. directs the Stevie Holland-Gary William Friedman musical.

The York Theatre Company's 2013-2014 Season to Include the World Premiere of Inventing Mary Martin
By Bethany Rickwald · Sep 27, 2013

Other productions will include Love, Linda: The Life of Mrs. Cole Porter and a one-night concert of Six Wives.

Cirque du Soleil's The Beatles' Love is All Ed Helms Needs
By David Gordon · Oct 27, 2012
Ed Helms pals around with cast members from Love.(Photo courtesy of Ana Dobrijevic, Cashman Photography) Ed Helms, best known for his performances as ...