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.
“Isaac Babel and the Gangster King,” a musical about the life and stories of the great Russian-Jewish writer who was killed by Stalin, is best viewed as a promising work in progress.
Regional meetings for Equity members will be held in January in New York, Chicago, and Hollywood, where nominating committees will be selected for the union’s 2013 elections.
Actor Hamish Linklater shows considerable promise as a playwright with “The Vandal,” at the Flea Theater, even if his characters and dialogue outshine his story and structure.
"First Date" star Bryce Ryness chats about auditions, pre-show rituals, and balancing family and career.
For documentary filmmakers Elisabeth Sperling and Trish Dalton, their involvement lasted much longer. Their film of the 2009 edition, called "One Night Stand: Creating a Play in a Day," will be screened in select movie theaters on Wednesday.
The second annual event at New World Stages on Monday asked speakers to answer the question, “What is the best that Broadway can be?”
Located in Tribeca, the brand-new Drama League Theater Center will offer artists and audiences ways to enjoy being part of the theatrical community.
Actor-playwright Michelle Ramoni’s “June and Nancy,” a Fringe entry about an extramarital lesbian love affair in 1950s Manhattan, though not uninteresting, is definitely ungainly.
This revival of Philip Yordan’s 1944 drama “Anna Lucasta,” from Robey Theatre Company and Latino Theater Company, is generally successful despite one overwrought lead performance.