Director Moisés Kaufman’s tepid production of Ruth and Augustus Goetz’s sturdy melodrama based on Henry James’ “Washington Square” has a miscast Jessica Chastain front and center.
The show must go on, but for theatergoers at Broadway shows, the show will go on at a discount.
Union’s decision to replace volunteers with staffers is criticized by members already doing the job.
"Downton Abbey" star Dan Stevens makes his Broadway debut in "The Heiress," alongside Jessica Chastain and David Strathairn.
New York City-based casting directors are struggling to hold auditions amid the aftermath of Sandy—but insist the show will go on.
Joshua Harmon’s exhilarating “Bad Jews,” part of Roundabout Underground, is a strikingly perceptive comedy with claws featuring a symphonic performance by Tracee Chimo.
With a new production in rehearsal, Burbank's Colony Theatre needs a cash infusion or it faces closure.
As the extent of the damage caused by Hurricane Sandy becomes apparent, shows cancel performances and some productions shuffle the start of previews and opening night.
I have learned many truths since founding Shakespeare Behind Bars in Kentucky in 1995, bringing art, theater, and the works of William Shakespeare into correctional facilities.
Musical Theatre West’s “42nd Street,” the mother of all backstage musicals—and Broadway’s salute to itself and all things musical theater—is lively, kinetic, and jubilant.