A treasured Broadway tradition, the Gypsy Robe connects casts and ensembles offstage.
David Mamet’s “The Anarchist,” starring Patti LuPone and Debra Winger, takes a potentially juicy situation and drains it of all humanity and drama in a mere 60 minutes.
Fight director Jared Kirby helps performers and directors of stage and screen tell stories through violence rather than indulging in “action porn.”
“Dawson’s Creek” heartthrob James Van Der Beek has moved out of “Apartment 23” and back onto the stage. He began his professional acting career as a teen in New York City and is now returning to his theater roots in “The Gift,” by Australian playwright Joanna Murray-Smith.
Arthur Phillips’ problematic “The Tragedy of King Arthur by William Shakespeare,” from the Guerrilla Shakespeare Project, based on his own novel, posits the discovery of a lost work.
With this high-energy, minimalist, four-actor edition of William Shakespeare’s “Hamlet,” the theater ensemble Bedlam renders a passionate but richly textured Denmark for the ages.
Katie Finneran embraces her devilish side as orphanage mistress Miss Hannigan in the upcoming revival of “Annie,” which opens Nov. 8 at the Palace Theatre.
A new psychological study, "Holding a Mirror Up to Nature: Psychological Vulnerability in Actors," evaluates the effects of portraying other people.
La Mirada's Producing Artistic Director Brian Kite shares insight into the theater's casting process and what he's looking for in actors.
Actor Billy Campbell is currently performing in "The Winter's Tale" at the Old Globe Theatre and can be seen on SyFy's hit show "Helix." He chats with Backstage about his career, and offers some advice for actors!