"Independents," with a book by Marina Keegan, at the New York Fringe Festival, is a beautifully crafted musical about the doubts and fears of 20-somethings.
The man behind the new indie drama “Blue Caprice” and the Tony-winning revival of “The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess” knows what actors want—a great story.
The Hollywood Fringe Festival, which last year generated some $389,000 for actors and producers, opened its registration window Monday.
Playwrights’ Arena gives the rarely performed “Euripides’ Helen” the Hollywood treatment, with Rachel Sorsa and Maxwell Caulfield as a Spartan Nick and Nora, at the Getty Villa.
An unsettling take on an Iraq vet story, James McManus’ new drama “Blood Potato,” from Apothecary Theatre Company, powerfully explores the destruction that’s going on at home.
The stars of "Bring It On" discuss making their Broadway debuts in the musical written by Jeff Whitty, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Tom Kitt, and Amanda Green.
“Years to the Day,” Allen Barton’s rant-filled bromance from Skylight Theatre Company at the Beverly Hills Playhouse, is talky, often static, and full of predictable moments.
Jason Robert Brown has chosen to direct “The Last Five Years,” his 2002 two-person musical about a troubled first marriage, for Second Stage Theatre, and the result is enthralling.
This returning holiday musical retains some of the charms of the 2003 film, but lead actor Jordan Gelber is no match for Will Ferrell as Buddy the Elf.
Lee Pace, who is starring in "Golden Age" Off-Broadway, says Joe Mantello gives a "master class" in acting in "The Normal Heart."