Lincoln Center Theater’s formidable revival of Clifford Odets’ “Golden Boy,” under Bartlett Sher’s acute direction, has a knockout performance from Seth Numrich in the title role.
Now in its 10th year, Off-Off-Broadway company Ars Nova has been the incubator for such hits as Bridget Everett’s “At Least It’s Pink” and “Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812.”
William Inge’s 1953 Pulitzer Prize–winning “Picnic” requires careful orchestration, but it’s not getting it in director Sam Gold’s tin-eared take for Roundabout Theatre Company.
“Faith: Part I of A Mexican Trilogy,” the first play in Evelina Fernández’s imposing trilogy about a Mexican-American matriarchy, from Latino Theater Company, should not be missed.
Names such as Henry Winkler, Cheyenne Jackson, and Alicia Silverstone can’t save David West Read’s cynical “The Performers,” which plays like a square and very bad 1960s sex comedy.
See what "Golden Boy's" Yvonne Strahovski, "The Nance's" Johnny Orsini, "Chaplin's" RobMcClure, and more have to share about what they learned as actors!
We spoke with Christian Camargo, known to many for his roles on “Dexter” and in the “Twilight’ films, about tackling Shakespeare, perfecting his craft, and staying in the moment.
“Miss Julie[n],” Ken Roht’s sensational multimedia take on August Strindberg’s classic, from Orphean Circus, Firehouse Theater Company, and MorYork Gallery, will haunt your dreams.
If theater is a child actor’s dream, it might make sense to move to New York.
Jaclyn Backhaus’ “Set in the Living Room of a Small Town American Play,” from Theater Reconstruction Ensemble, exhilaratingly comments on the process of creating theater.