The six-time Emmy nominee for his role on “St. Elsewhere” stars as the President of the United States in Mamet’s “November,” running at the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles.
Peter Jensen, co-artistic director of the T. Schreiber Studio & Theatre, shares how actors can connect with their characters.
While many great actors have set foot on both stage and screen, we couldn't help but notice the continual trend of the recasting stage stars for film adaptations.
Just four years after the last revival of “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof,” Scarlett Johansson will tackle the iconic play—proving once again power of casting movie stars on Broadway.
Hundreds were in attendance when the 2012 New York Innovation Theater Awards took over the Kaye Playhouse at Hunter College on Monday night. The IT Awards, now in their tenth year, were created in 2005 to celebrate New York City’s Off-Off-Broadway theater community. Performer Sky Seals kicked off the ...
The winners of the New York Innovative Theatre Awards share advice for aspiring actors at Monday night's awards ceremony.
Casting directors Jordan Thaler and Heidi Griffiths are holding auditions in early October for the late Ephron’s last play, set to open on Broadway in 2013 with Tom Hanks.
The American premiere of Katori Hall’s “Children of Killers” at the Castillo Theatre examines the Rwandan genocide and its aftermath, but it doesn't add much to our understanding of the atrocities.
The upcoming revival of the David Mamet play, scheduled to open Nov. 11 at the Schoenfeld Theater, marks the 30th anniversary of its first Broadway production.
With a book co-written by one of L.A.’s most noteworthy publicists and a delightfully irreverent score screwing the movie business to its sticking place, the fresh new musical “Justin Love” emerges as a great Hollywood love story.