Regina Taylor, the playwright-director behind the Goodman Theatre’s “stop. reset.” has set out to question the way technology shapes our lives and identities today.
Adam Blanshay heads up the theatrical division of the famed comedy festival, which is currently producing "old Times" on London's West End.
National Asian American Theatre Company’s surrealistic adaptation of August Strindberg’s depressing 1907 “A Dream Play” leavens its negativity with visual treats and snappy humor.
Tony-award winner Brian Stokes Mitchell calls Philip Seymour Hoffman's performance in, "Death of a Salesman," 'brilliant.'
“Silent,” actor-author Pat Kinevane’s rich, detailed solo show about a homeless man’s guilt over his brother’s suicide, at Irish Arts Center, dazzles but lacks emotional resonance.
Kathryn Graf’s “The Snake Can,” at the Odyssey Theatre, surveys midlife dating through a trio of female friends, playing like a distinctly watered-down “Sex and the City.”
A national tour of the Tony-winning revival will retain star Philip Boykin, among other African-American performers.
Broadway's biggest night is coming up this Sunday, June 9 with the Tony Awards! Backstage will be there on the ground to chat with all the guests, nominees, and winners about this momentous evening.
Original “West Side Story” collaborators Harold Prince, Stephen Sondheim, and Chita Rivera will be honored by the Jerome Robbins Foundation Feb. 18 in New York.
In spite of a weak design, solid performances still stand out in A Noise Within’s production of Shakespeare’s problem play.