Beowulf Boritt is a Tony Award–nominated scenic designer who has designed sets for “The Scottsboro Boys,” “Grace,” “Chaplin,” “Rock of Ages,” and more. He designed the set for the musical of “Little Miss Sunshine,” which is playing at Manhattan’s Second Stage Theatre.
Paul David Young’s compassionate drama “In the Summer Pavilion” was a highlight of the 2011 New York International Fringe Festival and remains a quiet winner at 59E59 Theaters.
Cusi Cram's new world premiere play, about the horrors of the atom bomb, benefits from a good performance by Aaron Roman Weiner but suffers mightily from misguided direction.
The deaf son of a hearing family falls in love with a woman who is going deaf, and matters quickly get ambiguous, in Nina Raine’s hot new play “Tribes,” from Center Theatre Group.
“Bad Evidence,” Terry Quinn’s flawed play about dysfunctional, enigmatic relationships at Elephant Space Theatre, is partially redeemed by fine performances and direction.
Known for his work as Dr. Perry Cox on "Scrubs," McGinley chatted with Backstage about his "dreamy" co-stars, how he prepared for the role, and his big break.
The winner of L.A.’s Next Great Stage Star was decided Sunday with a college senior taking home the top honor.
In “The Holiday Guys in Happy Merry Hanu-Mas,” at the York Theatre, Marc Kudisch and Jeffry Denman, the Bert and Ernie of musical theater, are serving up a pretty special gift.
Lydia R. Diamond’s family drama is moving from stage to screen, with a screenplay adaptation written by the playwright.
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.