Reprising his Broadway role on the Ryan Murphy–directed drama about the early days of the AIDS crisis, Parsons leaves behind “The Big Bang Theory” to show audiences how multi-faceted his talents truly are.
Now in its sixth season, “The Big Bang Theory” has emerged as a solid hit, with two Emmy Awards for lead actor Jim Parsons, and one of the best comedy ensembles on television.
In partnership with University of San Diego, the Old Globe Theatre brings college students into its productions—including the upcoming “Othello,” starring Blair Underwood.
Jim Parsons graces our cover this week, and he chats with Backstage about his starring role in HBO's "The Normal Heart."
Six funny men are competing for the Emmy Award in this year's lead actor in a comedy category. We look at the episode each chose to submit, and how it might affect their odds.