We sat down with Calhoun to discuss how he keeps the show fresh, what he looks for when casting, and advice he’d give to aspiring directors.
Bernard Gersten, Ming Cho Lee, and Paul Libin will be this year’s recipients of the Special Tony Awards for Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre.
We chatted with LeKae for this week's cover story, and she shares some of her best acting advice.
Jennifer Haley’s “The Nether,” a world-premiere technology-gone-dangerous drama from Center Theatre Group, is acted to the nines by Robert Joy, Dakin Matthews, and Brighid Fleming.
“The Assistants,” Joel Sinensky’s dark new play about shallow reality-TV producers and their lackeys, at Loft Ensemble, starts out strong but turns formulaic and loses steam.
Billed as a “darkly comic thriller,” Robert Massey’s “Rank,” a tale of Dublin taxi drivers and racketeers, at Odyssey Theatre, is neither noir nor funny, despite good acting.
Ralph spoke to Backstage about transitioning from understudy to leading man, his “weeping like a little girl,” and his similarities to Christian Borle.
"Southern Discomfort" evolved out of my desire to explore a humorous, tragic, and honest vision of the South I grew up in and the fascinating people who inhabit it.
David Eric Davis and Sam Forman’s rock musical “F#%king Up Everything” stays safely within the realm of musical comedy but offers exuberant songs and a vibrant young cast.
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.