Politics

Annette O'Toole and More Set for 2016 East to Edinburgh Festival
The festival presents shows at 59E59 Theaters as they get ready to head to the Edinburgh Fringe.
The Crucible's Historical Melting Pot (Part II)
Witch-hunters, blacklisters, and many cultural crosscurrents infuse Arthur Miller's play.
The Crucible's Historical Melting Pot
Witch-hunters, blacklisters, and many cultural crosscurrents infuse Arthur Miller's play.
Much Ado About Nothing
Shakespeare's beloved comedy gets a political makeover.
Nellie McKay: Nellie With a Z
The old and the new dance a strange and thrilling pas de deux in the singer-songwriter's Café Carlyle debut.
Final Analysis and Breakfast With Mugabe
Two plays offer a surprising look at the precarious relationship between psychologists and autocrats.
Holland Taylor on Ann Richards, Moose Murders, and Tom Hanks
The Emmy Award-winning star of TV's Two and a Half Men talks about her forthcoming Broadway playwriting debut, Ann.
The Further Adventures of the Accidental Pundette
CBS's Nancy Giles wades hilariously into the pool of America's burgeoning pundit-ocracy, and reveals it to be quite shallow.
Barney Frank on Fiorello, The Tea Party, and the Similarities Between Actors and Politicians
The former congressman from Massachusetts discusses his upcoming, one-night-only role as a senator in the Encores! Production of Fiorello!
US: A Progressive Love Story
Michelle Clunie's ambitious and politically-minded two-hander seems more about telling than showing.