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The death of a close colleague from COVID-19 helped inspire Eduardo Machado's new play at the Theater for the New City.
This revival — with most of the original cast — brings the show new urgency, and one new actor: Common, making his Broadway debut.
Paul Bettany dons a white wig to make his Broadway debut in this play about Andy Warhol's partnership with Jean-Michel Basquiat.
The six-time Tony winner spent Saturday onstage at Carnegie Hall and opens in 'Ohio State Murders' on Broadway on Thursday, in what she calls "the most difficult role I’ve ever played."
Having spent 54 of his 83 years directing stunning theater, Jack O’Brien talks about working with Andrew Lloyd Webber, Tom Stoppard and Neil Simon, as well as his next Broadway show, 'Shuc…
The playwright’s latest examines society’s need to identify collective villains that can be perpetually punished.
"Every single person on that stage is someone who would not have been allowed to be inside Independence Hall in 1776."
Family ties provide added resonance to this two-character play about a welder who suffers a devastating injury, for both the audience and the actors. "But we’re still really goofy with eac…
Stoppard's new show traces a Jewish family in Vienna as darkness overtakes them. Betsy Aidem and director Patrick Marber talk about the Broadway production.
The actor — known for his role on 'Nurse Jackie' — talks about the challenges of playing a father with an ill son — and a fantasy life — in 'Jasper.'
Jackson gets the chance to revisit the August Wilson play that almost — but not quite — afforded him his Broadway debut.
Best known for his role on 'Billions,' Isaac has written 'Once Upon a (korean) Time,' which traces the journey of a family from the wars in Korea to the riots in Los Angeles.
After a mouse popped up in a Broadway theater, Julie Andrews and her daughter turned into a children's book. Now 'The Great American Mousical' is headed toward a run in Los Angeles.
“I spent hundreds of hours with her, laughing, and I wanted to duplicate that,” Jesse Green says of the no-holds-barred Mary Rodgers memoir 'Shy.'
Alison Fraser — who plays Big Mama in the new Off Broadway production of 'Cat on a Hot Tin Roof' — calls the production "renegade theater."
In 'The Orchard' Jessica Hecht performs Chekhov alongside Mikhail Baryshnikov—and a 12-foot-tall robotic arm.
Julie White says the new Broadway farce 'Potus' breaks the rules of playwriting: "Suzy Nakamura and I are getting to play the Nathan Lane/Matthew Broderick roles. It’s really fun to do the…
Jennifer Simard talked to us about her Tony nomination for 'Company,' making Stephen Sondheim laugh, and stepping in for a Covid-stricken Patti LuPone.
David Threlfall shines as “the second most famous hangman in England” in the five-times Tony nominated Martin McDonagh play "Hangmen."
“I walk off stage for intermission with a breast pump on, and I go straight to my dressing room where I pump underneath my fake breast pump.”
“I’m sad to see how much of it has come true,” says actor and playwright Tracy Letts of his Broadway one-act about a small town city council.
The former 'Suits' star put his fear (and his clothes) aside to make his Broadway debut.
As she's honored with the Lucille Lortel Lifetime Achievement Award, Deirdre O'Connell talks about the joys developing new theater pieces Off-Broadway.
The director's modern 'Cyrano de Bergerac' trades the prosthetic for a metaphor. "If the nose is in the imagination, then everything else is in the imagination. It really puts the emphasis o…
It's 'The Boys in the Band' with pool toys, as a group of gay friends converge on Palm Springs equipped with wigs, gossamer frocks, and freshly honed zingers.
The conductor and music director looks back in a new memoir.
Their musical biography of the Comedian Harmonists is now at the Museum of Jewish Heritage.
In the revival of Sonheim's 'Company,' Doyle shines with his rendition of the complicated 'Getting Married Today.'
After working on a best-selling at the behind-the-scenes stories of "Hamilton," the multi-hyphenate McCarter is back with a look at "In the Heights."
'Frozen' star Caissie Levy puts it succinctly: 'It’s a dream role, an amazing show and a love story centered around my sister and not a man.' It's also breaking Broadway records.
After a quarter-century of commendable entertainment, The Actors Company Theatre will call it a run on April 14. But before they go, the company presents a rousing rendition of Damon Runyon'…