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The mentalist and illusionist on the magic of theater, the theatrics of magic, and why he's banned from casinos all across the U.K.
The actor, director and photographer talks directing in a language he doesn't know, memories of Hal Prince, and sexy flowers.
Behind the scenes at Broadway's "Sea Wall/A Life,' with Gyllenhaal and director Carrie Cracknell.
The comic, now starring in musical "Two's a Crowd," started out in some legendary Broadway shows.
Writer John Logan and director Alex Timbers bring elephants, windmills, Baz and Beyoncé to Broadway.
How Jeremy McCarter acts locally but thinks globally with podcast series Make-Believe.
Playwrights Hilary Bettis and Carolyn V. McGraw on how the collective will expand its push for parity.
The Tony-winning actress talks intimacy onstage, Broadway diversity and why she calls Michael Shannon "The Rev."
From early Broadway days to Marvel and Star Wars, with Disney Theatrical president Thomas Schumacher.
Get a backstage glimpse at the Tony Awards from this year's host.
Tales from the actress’ storied career, including that time she got discovered walking a gay dog.
The award-winning actor spills backstage secrets behind his Tony-nominated turn in “Network.”
The Tony-nominated actor on fighting the good fight, and why it’s “like a war movie” backstage.
The "West Wing" writer killed his darlings to make his Broadway "Mockingbird" work.
The writer-performer explains how his new musical podcast "Anthem: Homunculus" fits into the Mitchellverse.
The Broadway favorite talks vocal honesty and what her Tony win means to her.
Playwright Suzan-Lori Parks and director Oskar Eustis talk race, art, slavery and... bowling?
The new musical's creators reveal how the show has changed since its DC tryout.
How not to act your age, with Broadway favorites Celia Keenan-Bolger and Gideon Glick.
The "Fleabag" and "Killing Eve" creator revisits her breakout stage role.
The Oscar winner on “The Ferryman” and how James Bond made him a writer.
Sound designer Gareth Owen gives theatergoers a few pointers on understanding an esoteric art.
Producer Eva Price talks taking risks with her two big Broadway projects.
How Anaïs Mitchell and Rachel Chavkin created their buzzy, Broadway-bound musical.
The Tony winner reveals her most challenging role.
A top director of Hollywood musicals spills his secrets.
The fast-rising Broadway star on what he wishes he knew as a young actor.
Bob Martin and Beth Leavel get political with their critically acclaimed new musical comedy.
The actor talks 'True West' and the ghost of Philip Seymour Hoffman.
The writer-performer on her scary-topical hit "What The Constitution Means To Me."
The Broadway composer on writing for Ariana Grande -- and for himself.