Just because the Broadway season is over, that doesn't mean there isn't any new and exciting theater to be seen in New York City! Check out 5 summer theater fesitvals where hits like "Next to Normal," "Urinetown," and Broadway's current "Macbeth" got their start.
Gian Carlo Menotti’s highly accessible chamber opera “The Medium” is a spooky treat in Donna Drake’s imaginative production with drag artist Jeffery Roberson (aka Varla Jean Merman).
Musical theater students selected from the best performing arts schools in the country will perform a showcase at Town Hall.
Michael Shannon claims to owe his success to coming up in Chicago—and one very important friendship with Tracy Letts.
We chatted with LeKae for this week's cover story, and she shares some of her best acting advice.
“Skin Tight,” by New Zealand playwright Gary Henderson, at 59E59 Theaters, evinces poetic aspirations in its portrait of a marriage, but lucidity is in short supply.
The head of one of the most successful regional theaters in the country, Steppenwolf Theatre Company, says the company’s success comes from its emphasis on its actors.
Open Fist delivers a solid production of Caryl Churchill’s 1996 play “Mad Forest,” a fascinating look at Romania’s 1989 revolution, thanks to Marya Mazor’s terrific direction.
Deanna Jent’s fascinating, precisely observed play “Falling,” in a commercial run at the Minetta Lane Theatre, is about an autistic 18-year-old boy’s effect on his family.
Fight director Jared Kirby helps performers and directors of stage and screen tell stories through violence rather than indulging in “action porn.”