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Playwright Itamar Moses looks behind the curtain of contemporary romance in "Love/Stories."
TAP Plus Makes Open Captioning Possible for Twelfth Night and Other Shows.
How "The Retributionists" turns vengeful Holocaust survivors into political theatre.
September is bursting with free (and very public) events to usher in the new Broadway season.
Unlike the retired athlete she plays in "Deuce," Marian Seldes doesn't compete at her craft, and she has no intention to leave the arena.
Michael O. Smith pounds "The Bully Pulpit" as Teddy Roosevelt, in a show that's decades in the making.
Jane Alexander returns to the stage to play a feisty aging painter who's "Chasing Manet."
In "Cornbury: The Queen's Governor," David Greenspan pays tribute to the other America.
Nicholas Martin's job is to keep thing fast and light, even-perhaps especially-with Durang's "Why Torture Is Wrong."
With its first book, TDF sounds a battle cry for the new American play
Members of the "Yank!" family discuss their history with the musical.
Love him or loathe him, Thomas Bradshaw is a playwright that everyone talks about
An Irishman and an African-American both portray the same escaped slave
Welcome to Building Character, TDF's ongoing series about actors and how they create their roles.
The costumes in The Miracle Worker deliver a subtle message
Why are there so many plays on Broadway? The ever-busy Jeffrey Richards is one reason.
TDF's new "Youth Theatre Initiative" fosters a passion for the theatre and encourages teamwork
The Foundry Theatre stages its new play on a bus
Ten dance shows to look forward to this fall
Designer Scott Pask creates the look of "A Behanding in Spokane"
Colman Domingo turns his family into theatre
15 Broadway Shows to anticipate this fall!
Priscilla Lopez returns to musicals--and to her roots--in the rousing "In the Heights."
The international success "Burn the Floor" makes its Broadway debut.
Shuler Hensley is having the time of his life as the misunderstood monster in Mel Brooks' "Young Frankenstein."
Playwright Lucinda Coxon navigates life as a foreign woman in the New York theatre scene
Once a year, the TDF Costume Collection opens its doors to some special families--and treats them like royalty.
The playwright and director of "What Once We Felt" listen to their script
Wasserstein Prize-winner Marisa Wegrzyn adjusts to her increasing notoriety
Kia Corthron's latest play divines the political power in water