Interview

Sort by:

  • Interview

    Variously Victor

    For those who know Victor Garber only as emotionally isolated spy/ father Jack Bristow on the ABC series Alias, let's for a moment discuss range. Among the many roles Garber has taken on over his career are Jesus, the Devil, John Wilkes Booth, Daddy Warbucks, Titanic engineer Thomas Andrews ...

  • Interview

    Wishing Well

    Last year at this time, for this column, I asked actors what their New Year's resolutions were. The responses were personal and varied. One actor talked about resolving to enter auditions as herself, not as who she felt she was expected to be. Another was determined to get cast ...

  • Interview

    ‘Follies’’ Danny Burstein on His Tony Nomination

    Back Stage spoke with Danny Burstein about his Tony nomination for ‘Follies’ from his dressing room at the Ahmanson Theater.

  • Interview

    Where There's a Will

    Tom Sturridge may fit right in the midst of his generation of dark-haired, handsome British actors, but he refuses to consider his colleagues as competition.

  • Interview

    Objectively Speaking

    Whenever I talk to practitioners about the craft of acting—which I do constantly for this column—there is one technique that is always mentioned, no matter what approach we're investigating, no matter what the medium (film, TV, stage), no matter whether we're discussing auditions or performances.

  • Interview

    Man of Action

    Ford created two of the most recognizable and beloved icons in film history: space cowboy Han Solo in the original "Star Wars" trilogy, and the wisecracking, whip-snapping, fedora-sporting Indiana Jones.

  • Interview

    'Warrior' Q&A Online

    Hop on over to the SAG Foundation website to check out this video with myself and cast members of the movie "Warrior," including recent SAG Award nominee Nick Nolte.

  • Interview

    Bill Condon

    Who he is: A unique talent who is difficult to pigeonhole, Bill Condon's most notable credit at one time was for directing the horror sequel Candyman: Farewell to the Flesh. That all changed in 1998, when he won raves for writing and directing Gods and Monsters, the sensitive and ...

  • Interview

    Mary Louise Wilson Takes a Long Journey in Amy Herzog's '4000 Miles'

    The veteran actor tackles a family drama playing at Lincoln Center's Mitzi E. Newhouse Theatre

  • Interview

    LaBute Lightens Up

    Playwright-filmmaker Neil LaBute's latest directorial effort, "Death at a Funeral," takes an absurd situation—a wake gone wrong—and plays the farcical bits for all they're worth.