What happens for actors when they transfer with a show to or from Broadway? Could there be salary raises or cuts? Could they be replaced by a “star”? Are they considered differently during awards season? The answer is yes.
The NEA will also host a webinar for potential Art Works applicants Feb. 12.
Quiara Alegría Hudes’ Pulitzer-winning “Water by the Spoonful,” at Second Stage Theatre, is an admirable but flawed attempt to engage important issues of addiction and redemption.
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.
MCC Theater’s annual Miscast gala, featuring Jane Krakowski, Cheyenne Jackson, and Jonathan Groff, will be held March 4.
Michael Matthews and Michael A. Shepperd have been brought in by the West Hollywood-based LGBT playhouse to share the role of artistic director.
This week’s Backstage cover star Benjamin Walker shares how he approaches his role in Tennessee Williams’ “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof” and the best advice he has for actors.
With its shoddy script, floundering cast, and odd blend of banal ballads, jazz, and Japanese tunes, Okada Productions’ “Kikki & Grandpa & Baby” is a perplexing, unaffecting shambles.
“Beyond Dark,” from the Odyssey Theatre Ensemble, is a fascinating if uneven blacked-out theatrical experience full of fun, unexpected curves, with genius sound by John Zalewski.
Carrie Coon, who plays Honey in the Broadway revival of “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?”, calls Gary Oldman's performance in "Sid and Nancy" " ... so out there."