Tovey returns to Broadway opposite Mark Strong in “A View From the Bridge,” and talks about joining an already established cast and a critically acclaimed show.
We know you’re still digesting Thursday's Thanksgiving feast, but that doesn’t mean you can’t prep for Monday with a few noteworthy auditions! Here’s five casting opportunities from this week, which include outings from coast to coast.
Elle Campagna is just one of many actors cast through Backstage!
Working Actor columnist Kelli Barrett knows the key to a great life (and a great career) is throw-ing out the concept of balance and embracing fullness.
Backstage chats with University/Resident Theatre Association director of communications Tony Hagopian about what URTA does, why it’s important for theater lovers to support each other, and how the organization helps students be seen by up to 15 MFA theater programs in one go.
Best known for his role on “Knots Landing,” actor William Devane discusses his newest gig on Fox’s “The Grinder,” what he’s learning about himself, and the actor he respects the most.
From “Room” to “Beasts of No Nation,” some of this year’s most powerful performances came from actors in smaller—but never small—roles.
Director Hooper knew from previous experience that Eddie Redmayne would be powerful as transgender pioneer Lili Elbe—and then he found Alicia Vikander, Amber Heard, and Matthias Schoenaerts to complement him.
Best known for Alliance Theatre’s “A Christmas Carol,” Chris Kayser has made a living acting for decades in Atlanta.
Will Smith tells The Hollywood Reporter he may have a future in politics: "I will have to lend my voice to the conversation in a somewhat different way.”
As the holiday season picks up, that doesn’t mean you have to slow down. Here are five things you can do to keep busy!