Jessica Johnson shares how actors can maximize their publicity in theater.
Comedian Desiree Burch’s powerful “Tar Baby” puts race at the center of a grotesque and fantastic sideshow that is much more than just a comic riff on the black experience.
Stefanie Zadravec takes a clear-eyed look at stark elemental matters in “Save Me,” a straightforward examination of a splintered family facing a sudden crisis, at the Barrow Group.
Interesting both as American and theater history and earnestly produced, this 80-year-old play becomes turgid over its 105 unrelieved minutes by repetition of its thesis.
With “Forbidden Broadway: Alive and Kicking!,” creator, writer, and co-director Gerard Alessandrini returns after a three-year sabbatical sharper and funnier than ever.
“Women of Will,” at the Gym at Judson, playwright-actor Tina Packer’s enlightening and delightful survey of Shakespeare’s female characters, could nevertheless stand less lecturing.
Katie Finneran, who stars as Miss Hannigan in the Broadway revival of "Annie," shares what she learned from acting legend Uta Hagen.
Original cast member Jeff Hiller brings the Off-Broadway hit “Silence! The Musical” to Los Angeles.
Jeff Sproul’s hilariously campy “Space Captain: Captain of Space!,” from No Tea Productions, employs hokey video effects and a bombastic style to lampoon 1930s sci-fi serials.
At the Jimmy Awards, hosted by "Rodgers + Hammerstein's Cinderella's" Laura Osnes and Santino Fontana at the Minskoff Theatre on Monday Night, Sarah Lynn Marion and Taylor Varga took home the top awards.