Interview

Sort by:

  • Interview

    Still in the Picture

    "Mind if we do this in bed?" asked Robert Evans, preferring to stretch out his legs at the end of a long day of interviews for the new film The Kid Stays in the Picture, a highly entertaining documentary based on his popular 1994 autobiography of the same title.

  • Interview

    Emily Watson Breaks New Waves with 'Oranges and Sunshine'

    Emily takes on a relatively unknown real-life figure to recount a shameful part of British history. "Oranges and Sunshine" is based on social worker Margaret Humphreys' efforts to remedy the "child migration scheme."

  • Interview

    At 'Home' on Stage

    Performing the nine one-act plays of Horton Foote's "The Orphans' Home Cycle" is a daunting challenge. But five of the main actors wouldn't have it any other way.

  • Interview

    Brave New World

    Writer-director James Cameron is keenly aware that many actors are concerned about this new technology and what it means for the future of their careers.

  • Interview

    The American Nightmare

    At the center "August: Osage County" is the battle between pill-popping matriarch Violet and her eldest daughter, Barbara, played on tour by Estelle Parsons and Shannon Cochran.

  • Interview

    First Steps

    Geoffrey Soffer, a former ABC casting exec and the CD for 'Ugly Betty,' offers his advice on launching your career.

  • Interview

    VIDEO: 'Porgy and Bess' Cast Discusses Reviving the Gershwin Classic

    The cast and creative team of the revival of "Porgy and Bess," which lands on Broadway in January, spoke with Back Stage about bringing the Gershwin classic to life.

  • Interview

    Playing Dead

    Meaghan Rath enjoys being seen as a lonely ghost on 'Being Human,' the new series  adapted from the British show of the same name.

  • Interview

    Good Company

    Although he has shared the screen with Anthony Hopkins, Al Pacino, and Colin Farrell, 32-year-old Gabriel Macht is not a household name—or at least not yet. Now that his latest film, A Love Song for Bobby Long, has hit theatres, Macht could become the latest "it" actor. Starring opposite ...

  • Interview

    Filmmaker Jim Mickle Offers a New Take on Vampires

    Jim Mickle's "Stake Land" may ostensibly be yet another vampire movie, but it offers a refreshing approach to the increasingly worked-over genre.