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Israeli actors Gera Sandler and his wife Ronit Asheri-Sandler, now starring in Clifford Odets’ “Awake and Sing!” with New Yiddish Rep at the 14th Street Y, can’t help comparing New Y…
Performing opposite each other is nothing new for real-life married couple Marin Mazzie and Jason Danieley.
Daniel Beaty's current solo show, "Through the Night," now playing Off-Broadway at the Union Square Theatre, is at once political and deeply moving.
The cast of "Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson"—a wild rock musical written and directed by Alex Timbers, with music and lyrics by Michael Friedman—doesn't sweat the move to Broadway.
Standup comic Colin Quinn says he fancies himself an actor—if for no other reason than he's currently on Broadway, doing a solo show, "Long Story Short," at the Helen Hayes Theatre.
Speaking in his signature gravelly voice, Ernest Borgnine is matter-of-fact about his achievements, still delighted and slightly awed that he has been able to make his living doing wha…
Best known as a deadpan standup comic, Jim Gaffigan is floored to be making his stage debut in the Broadway revival of Jason Miller's "That Championship Season."
These days, BroadwayWorld.com is one of the Great White Way's biggest hits, covering Broadway, off-Broadway, regional and international theater, and even film, television, fashion and travel.
Theater producer Daryl Roth says that she has not encountered sexism or ageism on the job, though she’s faced her share of painful challenges, especially early on in her career.
Lindsay Mendez and Derek Klena star in Second Stage Theatre premiere of "Dogfight" set in the Vietnam War era.
Tony winner Stephen Daldry may take the helm of the long-delayed film adaptation of smash Broadway musical "Wicked."
The "Queer as Folk" star joins the hit Off-Broadway musical, based on "Silence of the Lambs," as it transfers to the new Elektra theatre.
After 28 years at Lincoln Center Theater, Executive Producer Bernard Gersten steps down.
Nina Arianda, a newly minted Tony winner for her performance in "Venus in Fur," is set to portray Janis Joplin for director Sean Durkin.
From "My Girl" to "Veep" to Off-Broadway's "3C" Anna Chlumsky knows the industry as a kid and grown-up and does not allow the past to define the present.
Tony-winning playwright looks back at controversial production at Manhattan Theater Club, a reconceived staging, and film about play
Atlantic Theater Company produces third play in John Patrick Shanley's "Church and State" trilogy that includes "Doubt" and "Defiance."
After "Private Practice," "Judging Amy," and "NYPD Blue," the Emmy winner stars in Gina Gionfriddo's comic drama at Playwrights Horizons.
In Roundabout Theatre Company revival of Mary Chase comedy, veteran Carol Kane joins ensemble including Jim Parsons, Jessica Hecht, and Charles Kimbrough.
New intimate cabaret space below the former Studio 54 will feature Patti LuPone, Victor Garber, Brian d'Arcy James, and others.
Back Stage chats with actors from "Porgy and Bess," "One Man, Two Guvnors," "Stick Fly," "Ghost the Musical," "Once," and "End of the Rainbow."
Will Eno wrote his existential play, "Title and Deed" for married actor-director team Conor Lovett and Judy Hegarty Lovett.
Helming Roundabout Theatre production, experimental artist Moises Kaufman moves outside his comfort zone in tackling realistic play.
Four actors tackle W.H. Auden, Gypsy Rose Lee, Benjamin Britten, and Carson McCullers in a new musical, at the Public.
Shakespeare & Company and Berkshire courts celebrates 12 years of helping high-risk teens in Western Massachusetts.
The veteran actor tackles a no-nonsense job interviewer, a concerned mom, and a Latvian maid at in Paul Weitz's play at Second Stage Theatre.
Veteran entertainer Andre De Shields offers his new and improved cabaret "Black by Popular Demand" at the Laurie Beechman Theatre.
After decades as successful screenwriter, the Oscar nominee returns to his first love, theater, and he's just getting started.
David Vaccari, who cast "Friends With Kids" and "Pieces of April," looks for more than just a pretty face.
Theatre Without Borders members use theater to foster collaboration, inclusion, and reconciliation.
Best known for her work in "Hair," "Wicked," and "Hairspray," Caissie Levy now stars in Broadway's "Ghost."