Calling all theater producers and aficionados! The National Alliance for Musical Theatre will present eight exciting new musicals Oct. 15–16 at New World Stages.
New World Stages
Pick up a copy of Greer’s new memoir “I Don’t Know What You Know Me From”; head to the Geffen Playhouse to see Annette Bening; to the Atlanta Film Festival for your fix of everything from indie films to major television show sneak-peeks; to New World Stages for ...
“Heathers: The Musical” stars Barrett Wilbert Weed and Ryan McCartan discuss bringing the 1988 film to the stage, crude and outrageous humor included.
The cast and creative team of "Heathers: The Musical" gathered today to chat about the show, and give a sneak peak of its musical numbers.
Songwriters Kellen Blair and Joe Kinosian share about their show "Murder For Two" and their plan to employ more actors.
Ralph spoke to Backstage about transitioning from understudy to leading man, his “weeping like a little girl,” and his similarities to Christian Borle.
The Tony-winning play will transfer to Off-Broadway's New World Stages this spring.
It wasn’t so long ago that Taylor Trensch and Jason Hite were in high school, and now, they’re getting the chance to revisit those difficult years in the rock musical "Bare."
The 2004 cult musical “Bare” returns to Off-Broadway in search of mainstream success in director Stafford Arima’s ambitious and extensive retooling, but it’s unlikely to find it.
Kirsten Holly Smith is Dusty Springfield incarnate in this musical bio, which is ramshackle in dramatic terms but makes for a dandy evening of the singer’s greatest hits.