In “If There Is I Haven’t Found It Yet,” Jake Gyllenhaal explores what he thinks is the most important thing: family.
Theatrical press agent Emily Owens on staying on the same page, the importance of having the facts about your show straight, and why connections are important.
Quiara Alegría Hudes’ Pulitzer-winning “Water by the Spoonful,” at Second Stage Theatre, is an admirable but flawed attempt to engage important issues of addiction and redemption.
“Pippin,” “The Glass Menagerie,” “Love’s Labour’s Lost,” “Mr. Burns, A Post-Electric Play,” and “Bad Jews” have the best ensembles of the year.
The hit Off-Broadway parody “Silence! The Musical” gets a take-no-prisoners L.A. premiere at the Hayworth Theatre, with Davis Gaines and Christine Lakin in the leading roles.
Brian Friel’s “The Freedom of the City,” a 1973 work about the “Bloody Sunday” protest in Northern Ireland, gets a first-rate production from Irish Rep but proves uninvolving.
National Theatre Live’s broadcast of the stage adaptation of Mark Haddon’s international bestseller “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” is absolutely marvelous.
The Tony winner, who also had famous roles on TV's "Who's the Boss?" and "One Life to Live," shared with Backstage her secrets to maintaining a long and successful career. Light will be back on Broadway this spring in "The Assembled Parties," which starts performances March 21.
New musicals "Kinky Boots" and "Matilda" the musical are neck and neck with Tony Award nominations with 13 and 12 nods respectively.
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.