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  • Interview

    Ari Graynor on Why She Loves the Theater, Even When It Scares Her

    Returning to Broadway this fall in “The Performers,” Ari Graynor is consciously fighting her recent state of apprehension regarding stage work.

  • Reviews

    L.A. Review: The Book of Mormon

    The "Book of Mormon” national tour hits Los Angeles’ Pantages Theatre with a joyous production fronted by Gavin Creel and Jared Gertner, and musicals will never be quite the same.

  • News

    New York City Center Awarded for Historic Preservation

    The New York City Center has been honored with six awards for design excellence and historical preservation, City Center announced on Thursday.

  • Reviews

    Fly Me to the Moon

    “Fly Me to the Moon,” the new comedy by Marie Jones about the misadventures of two healthcare workers, at 59E59 Theaters in the 1st Irish Festival, is just plain fun.

  • News

    AVID Touring and AWA Touring Form AWA Partners

    L. Glenn Poppleton and AVID Touring have teamed up with AWA Touring to create AWA Partners, a brand new full-service Booking Agency., Alan Wasser, Allan Williams, and Alison Spiriti announced on Tuesday.

  • News

    2012 Ovation Awards Nominations Announced

    Center Theatre Group leads pack with 29 nods, followed by Celebration Theatre and Musical Theatre West with 16.

  • Reviews

    Collected Stories

    April Lang and Natalie Sutherland give fine performances in Pulitzer Prize winner Donald Margulies’ two-hander “Collected Stories,” a guest production at Odyssey Theatre Ensemble.

  • Reviews

    The Bellflower Sessions

    Andy Bloch’s “The Bellflower Sessions,” at the Whitefire Theatre, gives us a taste of some funny stuff and a few standout performances but is ultimately too hard to swallow.

  • News

    Variations Theatre Group to Construct New Space

    The theater company's 4,000-square-foot Chain Theatre in Long Island City is expected to be completed by October 2012.

  • Reviews


    Despite charismatic work by Rob McClure as Charlie Chaplin and Warren Carlyle’s busy direction, nobody escapes Christopher Curtis’ dismally dull biographical musical unscathed.