Michelle Clunie, star of TV's "Queer as Folk" and "Make It or Break It," on the satisfaction of writing her own work, seeing actors bring her words to life on stage, and performing her own pieces. Clunie's new play, "Us," is now running in New York.
Actors are always looking for more ways to challenge themselves. Check out stage stars like Linda Lavin, Lily Rabe, and Patti LuPone are tackling off-stage and on your television screen--and garnering some Emmy buzz in the process!
MFA thesis productions from Columbia University School of the Arts’ Theatre Program will be moving to new off-campus venues, including 3LD Art and Technology Center, the Connelly Theater, and La MaMato, to be closer to the heart of Off-Broadway.
Adam Szymkowicz’s busy new comedy “The Why Overhead,” from Zootopia Theatre Co., employs a dozen fine actors to portray the lives, loves, and terrors at a customer call center.
Kirsten Greenidge’s time-spanning “Luck of the Irish,” from LCT3/Lincoln Center Theater, is an astute play about race and class in 20th-century America with top-notch performances.
A gaggle of well-meaning quacks surrounds a most interesting love triangle in George Bernard Shaw’s “The Doctor’s Dilemma,” and A Noise Within’s revival is a thing of beauty.
Lauren Molina who stars in "Nobody Loves You" at Second Stage chats about the differences between revivals and new work, crazy auditions, and taking off her clothes onstage.
“Accessible” has become a dirty word where Shakespeare is concerned, but the Acting Company’s production of “As You Like It,” at the New Victory, exuberantly livens up the Bard.
At Long Beach Playhouse, Adam Seidel’s striking black comedy “Catching the Butcher,” about the inner life of a serial killer, is brilliant and funny but not frivolous.
Celebrating the solo genre, the fourth annual festival and its 121 shows have something for every taste.