It's a Gay World After All: Finding Pride in Disney Movies
Shedding "Green Green Dress": How Lin-Manuel Miranda Redefined Tick, Tick…Boom!
Why You Should Celebrate That Understudy Slip in Your Theater Program
Broadway's Winter Hibernation: Why Are So Many Shows Closing Temporarily?
Melissa Errico Reflects on Finding the Music in a Turbulent Year
First Person: Notes From a Postponed Indecent by Alexandra Silber
First Person: The Child of Khmer Rouge Survivors Plays Out His Family History Onstage
First Person: Onni Johnson on the Global Impact of The Trojan Women Project
First Person: A Family Legacy Captures a Moment in Time in Dear Jack, Dear Louise
First Person: Lillian Isabella Wanted to Know How We Love/F*ck — So She Asked 28 Women
First Person: Sex, Politics, and Regional Control
Playwright Kenneth Lin on Getting Inside the Mind of an Oligarch
First Person: Alessandro Camon on the Trauma of Isolation in Time Alone
First Person: Brendan Conroy on Taking a Solo Leap in Synge's The Aran Islands
Broadway's Eric Ulloa Talks Newtown, Our Town, and His New Play
Max McLean Talks About Putting Martin Luther on Trial
Stephen Karam on Giving Chekhov the Last Word in The Cherry Orchard
Michael Hayden Confronts Tough Issues of Race and Parenting in American Son
Dana Leslie Goldstein on the Creation of Liberty
Irish Rep Comes Home
First Person: Jake Epstein Gives It to You Straight
For Colored Girls Tony Winner Trezana Beverley on Playing Mabel Mercer in Her New Solo Play
CARTOON: This Valentine's Day, It's Love or Hamilton
Firsthand: Dan O'Brien Confronts a Photojournalist's Ghosts in The Body of an American