In honor of those hard-working (real-life) acting teachers who inspired, challenged, and motivated us all, here are 11 fictional acting teachers who we cannot forget!
Stock joins a cast of theater all-stars in Terrence McNally’s hit “It’s Only a Play,” but his whirlwind Broadway debut was hardly a stroke of luck.
During the busiest time of the season, Broadway performers and organizations take the time to raise funds for charity—from Brian Stokes Mitchell performing his latest solo album to Sierra Boggess starring in a “Guys and Dolls” concert at Carnegie Hall.
“The Birthday Party” at the Geffen Playhouse; Syfy’s thrilling new series “Helix”; the release of “Newsies: Stories of the Unlikely Broadway Hit”; Michele Lee’s concert at NYC’s 54 Below; and a conversation between Tony winners Nathan Lane and Jack O’Brien are what we’re looking forward ...
Bob Newhart has never won an Emmy Award, but will get his seventh try in September. We look at other actors who might break their losing streak this year.
Eminent theatrical boulevardier Douglas Carter Beane reaches for something deeper and darker in Lincoln Center Theater’s “The Nance,” starring Nathan Lane in a tour de force turn.
Graham Douglass talks with guests ranging from Nathan Lane to Adam Pascal to Julia Murney on his new web series.