Julian Sands’ “A Celebration of Harold Pinter,” now at the Irish Rep in a production directed by John Malkovich, winningly remembers the human side of the Nobel Prize–winning author.
“Einstein on the Beach,” Robert Wilson, Philip Glass, and Lucinda Childs’ 1976 mystifying avant-garde operatic masterpiece, returns to BAM more polished and effective than ever.
“Tuck Everlasting,” “Aladdin,” “and “Jekyll & Hyde” are premiering out of town on their way to Broadway.
For anyone old enough to remember the Queen, Pasadena Playhouse’s “One Night With Janis Joplin” will make the past 40-plus years melt like a grilled cheese sandwich in a microwave.
Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine's Tony-winning 1994 musical will premiere Off-Broadway at Classic Stage Company in 2013.
Due to ongoing construction at the Actors’ Equity building in New York, sign-up lines for Equity principal auditions move inside the Times Square Visitor Center for the winter months.
"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.
From the rise of storefront theater companies to the Windy City’s long history with turning out groundbreaking comedians to the films and TV shows shooting there, we look at Chicago’s healthy and vibrant arts scene
Jake Gyllenhaal talks about finding a fresh way of doing things for his upcoming movie "End of Watch" and his American stage debut in "If There Is I haven't Found It Yet."
The vice president and director of operations at Samuel French discusses the importance of publishing theater, what makes a great play, and how actors have more of a knack for playwriting than they might think.