The Asian American Performers Action Coalition (AAPAC) recently released their annual “Ethnic Representation on New York City Stages” report, which found diversity lacking.
LaGuardia High School's upcoming performance of "Sweet Charity" will rise to the next level thanks to a generous donation by SINGER.
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.
Katie Finneran, who stars as Miss Hannigan in the Broadway revival of "Annie," shares what she learned from acting legend Uta Hagen.
In International City Theatre’s highly satisfying version of Jules Verne’s “Around the World in 80 Days,” adapter Mark Brown and director Allison Bibicoff utilize just five actors.
Employing Chinese brocades as puppets and featuring films of disappearing ink paintings, “Strange Tales of Liaozhai,” at Here, is visually exquisite but theatrically somnolent.
Brian Bauman’s “A Crucible,” from Perfect Disgrace Theater, about what happens when a Catholic high school stages the Arthur Miller classic, wants to be edgy but is just dull.
Musicals Tonight!’s production of an old Cole Porter gem reveals a pristine score sadly saddled with a wordy, witless book. A game cast mines whatever humor can be extracted.
This has been a remarkable journey, which I hope is only the beginning as “Timmy The Great” has a wonderfully universal story. I am blessed with a wonderful cast, a wonderful show, and having a wonderful time.
Tracy Letts, Amy Morton, Carrie Coon, and Madison Dirks star in Edward Albee's "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" on Broadway.