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Its 20th anniversary season features The Apple Tree, Bells Are Ringing, and the New York premiere of Calamity Jane.
The Off-Broadway house behind New York premieres of Jitney and Dear Evan Hansen will soon be represented on Broadway, itself.
The Off-Broadway company finds success in previously unproduced and unpublished plays like this month’s Suitcase Under the Bed.
This latest biography for theatrelovers, Anne Bancroft: A Life, examines the life of the two-time Tony winner and Oscar-winning Mrs. Robinson.
In memory of the star, we take a look back at this 1995 interview with Lewis as he took the stage as the infamous Applegate.
Looking back at the Tony-nominated Broadway debut of Shepard’s classic work, which featured stars John C. Reilly and Philip Seymour Hoffman swapping roles nightly.
Playing at NYMF August 1–5, Freedom Riders: The Civil Rights Musical shines a musical spotlight on a powerful moment in American history.
When Tony-nominated book writer James Goldman passed, his wife combined his craft and her next chapter to create the musical comedy about online dating in post-menopausal widowhood.
The 21-time Tony recipient attended the closing night talkback for Zero Hour, and shared backstage memories of working with Mostel on A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum and Fiddl…
Award-winning magician Derek DelGaudio and Frank Oz join forces to create an evening of wonder that builds to a soul-stirring experience.
The Reality Bites and Wet Hot American Summer actor is making her Broadway debut in the comedy-flecked family drama Marvin’s Room.
Toronto’s award-winning theatre troupe Soulpepper is in residence at The Pershing Square Signature Center for the month of July.
Artistic Director Joe Brancato turned a dream and a hay barn into a decades-long "beautiful ritual."
In 1995, the Six Degrees of Separation actor made his Broadway debut in Terrence McNally’s Love! Valour! Compassion! and shared how he felt playing one of the gay “old marrieds…
Pacific Overtures and King & I actor-turned-artistic director Tisa Chang celebrates Pan Asian Repertory Theatre’s 40th anniversary.
Actors' Equity gave out four awards June 13 to Katrina Lenk, Will Pullen, Anthony Chisholm, and Barbara Barrie.
Best known for interpreting Shakespeare on the stage, Linklater returns to Off-Broadway as playwright.
In the biography The Man Who Designed the Future, the man who designed 200 stage productions also designed planes, refrigerators, and skyscrapers.
The OCC winner for Hello, Dolly! held forth hilariously at the awards ceremony, plus more memorable moments from Sardis.
In 1995 Stritch returned to Broadway in Harold Prince’s revival of Show Boat. The iconic actress reflected on a lifetime in show business in this no holds barred interview.
More news and dish from the Drama Desk nominees reception, from Nottage spilling about her upcoming musicals to Gerard Alessandrini previewing upcoming changes to Spamilton.
The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants star takes on Pulitzer Prize finalist Gina Gionfriddo’s latest play at the Vineyard Theatre.
In his new memoir, out May 16, the award-winning actor reflects on his career, including his near star turn in La Cage.
From Laurie Metcalf and Jayne Houdyshell to Laura Osnes and Andy Blankenbuehler, find out what this year's nominees had to say about their work!
Before landing major TV roles on Silver Spoons and as Carlton on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Alfonso Ribeiro was a 12-year-old Broadway tap sensation.
Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty on creating an original story with Terrence McNally for their latest Broadway outing.
The life of the late Tony Award-winning Broadway producer and patriarch of the theatre-owning dynasty was celebrated in a star-filled April 9 memorial.
Fresh off her 1991 Tony Award win for Best Actress in a Musical, a 20-year-old Lea Salonga talks about the pressures of starring in one of Broadway’s most-expensive blockbusters.
The Oscar-nominated actor and Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright of Buried Child nearly bypassed a life in the theatre.
As the Off-Broadway institution turns 30, Bernard Telsey, William Cantler, and Robert LuPone celebrate another first.
Actor William Daniels recounts a life spent on the stage and on the screen and that infamous rejection of a Tony nomination.