Some of the finest NYC productions in the 2014–15 theater season, including “Hamilton” and “Between Riverside and Crazy,” were recognized in a ceremony May 10 hosted by Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Anna Chlumsky.
The stage and concert star, who appears in the long-awaited Broadway staging of Kander and Ebb’s musical “The Visit,” shares juicy insider tips on getting into character, taking an audience’s temperature, and playing to your strengths.
Terrence McNally’s much-boycotted play has been touring the country for years—and is still as divisive as it was when it premiered 16 years ago, according to documentary “Corpus Christi: Playing with Redemption.”
With the recent fundraising failures of NYC's New York Opera and the Reprise Theatre Company in L.A., one L.A. theater succeeds with the help of patron-saint Terrence McNally.
The national tour of Terrence McNally, Marc Shaiman, and Scott Wittman’s musical version of Steven Spielberg’s 2002 film “Catch Me If You Can” soars at the Pantages Theatre.
Terrence McNally’s “Golden Age,” from Manhattan Theatre Club, offers Lee Pace, Bebe Neuwirth, and F. Murray Abraham in a winning meditation on the joys and costs of making art.
Third Street Theatre’s intimate production of David Yazbek and Terrence McNally’s 2000 Broadway musical “The Full Monty” is charmingly determined though slightly off-kilter.