The intrepid Metropolitan Playhouse excavates another gem, “The Boss,” by Edward Sheldon, a 1911 study of rugged individualism run amok that resounds with contemporary echoes.
In the assured hands of director Paul Plunkett and a deft ensemble headed by Ruth Silveira’s soused theatrical doyenne, “The Coarse Acting Show” at Sacred Fools is a riotous satiric romp.
Annie Q discusses her title role in David Henry Hwang's "Golden Child," onstage now at the Signature Theater.
This year, the casts of “Annie,” “Bring it On,” “Elf,” “Nice Work If You Can Get It,” and “Cinderella” will perform.
On Nov. 26, Rooney’s organization, Zara Aina, will host its Big Ol’ Fancy Pants Inaugural Benefit at the 52nd Street Project Theater. Funds will help American artists join children in Madagascar to create and tour an original play.
Bruce Graham’s “The Outgoing Tide” is a poignant family drama, given an estimable if imperfect production with Michael Learned and Peter Strauss as a long-married couple facing Alzheimer’s.
Aléna Watters, a Broadway actor who is featured in Stephanie Riggs’ new documentary “The Standbys,” offers her advice for Broadway understudies.
Stagedoor Manor students will end the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade with Santa and Mrs. Claus this year.
Peter Michael Marino gives tips on how to make your show a success at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Theatrical press agent Emily Owens on staying on the same page, the importance of having the facts about your show straight, and why connections are important.