In the overstuffed “Isaac’s Eye,” at Ensemble Studio Theatre, playwright Lucas Hnath depicts a 1665 clash between scientists Isaac Newton and Robert Hooke in clichéd modern speech.
Director/writer/performer Ben Rimalower shares how he turned his obsession with Patti LuPone into a hit one-man show.
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.
Stolen Chair’s “The Man Who Laughs,” an adaptation of a Victor Hugo novel about a freak, is rivetingly rendered by five adept actors in the fashion of a 1920s silent-movie melodrama.
This year’s festival, which closed April 7, featured world premieres from playwrights Will Eno, Sarah Ruhl, Rinne Groff, Lucas Hnath, and Jeff Augustin, among others.
"Danny Visconti Is Hill-bent: My Night With Hillary Clinton," a musical standup act in the Fringe Festival, is too self-consciously outrageous to succeed.
Tom Hanks makes his Broadway debut in Nora Ephron’s “Lucky Guy,” a breezy but thin account of the life and career of columnist Mike McAlary, displaying potent theatrical technique.
Ransone discusses taking on the theater in "Small Engine Repair" at MCC Theater in New York.
“Invisible Man” cast member McKinley Belcher III discusses the value of readings.
In the enthralling “Helen & Edgar,” from the Moth, storyteller–performance artist Edgar Oliver weaves together a patchwork of incidents from his gothic upbringing in Savannah, Ga.