"First Date" star Bryce Ryness chats about auditions, pre-show rituals, and balancing family and career.
Victoria Clark is mostly known for her work in musicals like “Sister Act” and “The Light in the Piazza,” for which she won a Tony. But now she is fulfilling her dream of acting in a play on Broadway with Sharr White’s “The Snow Geese,” currently running at the ...
Hundreds were in attendance when the 2012 New York Innovation Theater Awards took over the Kaye Playhouse at Hunter College on Monday night. The IT Awards, now in their tenth year, were created in 2005 to celebrate New York City’s Off-Off-Broadway theater community. Performer Sky Seals kicked off the ...
How to get out of the head and into the body.
Richard Greenberg’s touching familial comedy-drama “The Assembled Parties,” from Manhattan Theatre Club, starring Judith Light and Jessica Hecht, is written with boundless affection.
Playwright-actor Suzanna Geraghty’s one-woman show “Auditions, Zoe’s Auditions Part 2,” at the Drilling Company Theater as part of the 1st Irish Festival, amusingly conveys the desperation of an aspiring actor.
Phillip Hall turns Mark Twain’s memoir “Life on the Mississippi” into an agreeable little musical at WorkShop Theater, featuring a strong all-male cast and an effective score.
Inspired by a Luigi Pirandello short story, this intense, heavily atmospheric, multi-media theater art installation powerfully conveys the traumatic effects of working in a Sicilian sulfur mine.
Terrence McNally’s “Golden Age,” from Manhattan Theatre Club, offers Lee Pace, Bebe Neuwirth, and F. Murray Abraham in a winning meditation on the joys and costs of making art.
Dream Up is a festival dedicated exclusively to new works of a nontraditional bent. It eschews the well-made play, and hopes for pieces focused more on ideas, and that use “roads less traveled or undiscovered” to communicate those ideas.