“Strange Bedfellows,” a tale of a gay politician, borrows too much from Howard Hawks’ 1940 film “His Girl Friday,” but Theatre Out’s world premiere is a fast-paced lark.
Director Nicholas Hytner and star Simon Russell Beale make Shakespeare’s “Timon of Athens” a contemporary cautionary tale of ruthless capitalism in this dazzling NT Live broadcast.
The cast and crew of “Annie,” currently on Broadway, participate in Inside Broadway and introduce more than 2,500 NYC schoolchildren to the theater
Equity actor Pilar Millhollen became yet another casualty of the economy a few months ago when her agent dropped her, along with several other clients.
Jackie Hoffman introduces few comic innovations in “A Chanukah Charol,” a parody of the oft-retold Dickens tale, but her cantankerous kvetching is still seasonally classic.
After a two-plus-weeks strike, Philadelphia Theatre Company (PTC) has finally struck an agreement with IATSE Local 8, representing the theater's stagehands.
The Southern California finalists will be competing on the stage at the Mark Taper Forum for one of three spots at the May 6 finale in New York.
A Q&A with Robert Simonson, author of "Performance of the Century: 100 Years of Actors Equity Association and the Rise of Professional American Theater.”
Kathryn Walat’s “Creation,” a contemporary meditation on the schism between science and soul at the Theatre @ Boston Court, has a vivid perspective and standout performances.
Thembisile Gxuluwe, from West Mifflin Area High School near Pittsburgh, was crowned the winner with a monologue from "King Hedley II" after the competition’s final round at the August Wilson Theatre May 6.