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Baltimore Center Stage artistic director Stephanie Ybarra on her ongoing anti-racism work, at her own theater and in the industry at large.
Shaina Taub and Kris Kukul on "The Liz Swados Project," the starry new album celebrating Swados' work and influence.
What Broadway and the theater industry can do to work toward anti-racism, with artist, educator and activist Nicole Brewer.
Playwright Sarah Ruhl on how the new theater site 3Views changed its mission after the pandemic hit.
The Pulitzer-winning creator of “A Strange Loop” on how he celebrated in lockdown, why he used to balk at being called a composer, and how “A Chorus Line” made him cry at his office …
The Broadway musical-within-a-musical about the life of Marilyn Monroe will deviate from the series, though.
Broadway’s go-to livestream director Paul Wontorek on what works, what doesn’t, and what’s next.
A new musical based on the classic film “Some Like It Hot” will premiere on Broadway.
The show will go on March 19, 2021.
The Tony-winning Broadway favorite on his coronavirus recovery, the Actors Fund, and why “Impossible Dream” is the perfect song for right now.
For the past seven decades, the show has always gone on for the Tony Awards, which honor the best Broadway performances and productions. But with the 74th edition being postponed from its pl…
Global Creatures CEO Carmen Pavlovic on what it's like producing theater around the world right now, and what comes next.
The Broadway alum, now on “Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist," talks genderfluidity, Barbara Streisand and his “Dreamgirls” goals.
Audible's Kate Navin on the Williamstown Theater Festival and one way to sustain theater in the coming months.
How fans are devouring theater in the time of social distancing, with the co-founders of BroadwayHD.
Set during the Golden Age of Broadway, Emily Neuberger's new novel "A Tender Thing" reminds us musicals were made to push boundaries.
Playwright Martyna Majok and theater executive Jeremy Blocker on "Sanctuary City" and surviving the shutdown.
The "Moulin Rouge!" star talks shaping Satine, 'In the Heights' anticipation and the felting on her to-do list.
The actress, now in "The Inheritance," on the lessons of Elia Kazan, Lee Strasberg, and more.
"Six" creators Toby Marlow, Lucy Moss and Jamie Armitage on Tudor queens, pop icons and conference rooms in Edinburgh.
The playwright talks hot wings, Tina Turner, and Lil Bad Cousin, her rapping alter ego.
Bending genres, confronting history and rocking out, with playwright Lauren Yee and director Chay Yew.
The Tony-winning composer, whose latest musical "Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice" is now playing Off Broadway, talks the Buddhist mafia, his controversial thoughts about songs forwardi…
Writer Qui Nguyen, the co-founder of Vampire Cowboys Theater Company, talks stage superheroes, Comic-Con and his new play "Revenge Song," about historical badass Julie d'Aubigny.
Gender politics, quick changes and honoring Robin Williams: a live conversation with Rob McClure, Jerry Zaks and more, recorded at BroadwayCon 2020.
Why playwright Bess Wohl, now making her Broadway debut with “Grand Horizons,” keeps asking for the impossible.
The "Ozark" actress, now on Broadway in "My Name is Lucy Barton," on the lessons of failure, her favorite costars and why solo shows are "bonkers."
Actor-producer Nnamdi Asomugha traded in pro football for Broadway, where he’s now starring in “A Soldier’s Play.”
Director Tom Hooper talks digital fur, trailer reactions and the reason that only some cats wear shoes.
The playwright behind "The Thin Place" and "Dana H." talks mental remapping, performing trauma and why in ghost stories, less is more.
How Broadway's first intimacy director, Claire Warden, is helping to revolutionize how actors get intimate.