A treasured Broadway tradition, the Gypsy Robe connects casts and ensembles offstage.
In Colm Tóibín’s 90-minute monologue “The Testament of Mary,” Fiona Shaw plays a very human Virgin Mary, but director Deborah Warner’s calculated symbolic clutter swamps the text.
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.
Erich Bergen and Rachel York display triple-threat musical comedy skills in the national tour of Roundabout Theatre’s Tony Award–winning revival of Cole Porter’s “Anything Goes.”
Amber Iman, who is making her Broadway debut as Nina Simone in "Soul Doctor," chats about the importance of breaking from the mold, researching the role, and enjoying the ride.
“Spring Awakening,” Steven Sater and Duncan Sheik’s 2006 Tony-winning musical based on Frank Wedekind’s 1891 drama, gets a heartbreakingly honest production from La Mirada Theatre.
Tony Award winner Tyne Daly and producers Jamie deRoy and Ted Snowdon will be honored at Primary Stages' annual gala.
I couldn’t have offered anyone a project worth believing in – or characters worth caring about – had I not written something unique to my own fixations.
The effects of the hostilities in Northern Ireland during the 1980s is given an anguished, irreverent, often hilarious treatment in the world premiere of Nate Rufus Edelman’s powerful anti-war work.
“Flipside: The Patti Page Story,” Greg White’s well-produced portrait of the 1950s singer, with input from Page herself, succeeds musically but falls a bit short as biography.