The Tony Awards are coming up on June 9! Leading up to Broadway's biggest night, we'll be sharing some of our exclusive videos with the nominees as we chat with them about the lessons they've learned along the way.
Actor-adapter Lee Meriwether's "The Women of Spoon River," a Fringe entry, focuses on the distaff population of Edgar Lee Masters' epitaphs to vivid effect.
Tim Intravia’s uneven one-man Fringe Festival show, “From Busk Till Dawn,” is based on his seven years making a living as a street performer inTimes Square.
In Jason Atkinson’s dull Fringe comedy “A Short Trip,” complex religious questions underlie superficial concerns in a story about whether a spouse should take a Roman vacation.
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.
The Los Angeles ensemble, a non-profit which produces and develops new work, is hosting a professional Texas Hold ‘Em poker tournament at its annual gala. Buy in for the card game is $35.
Maggie Lacey, Nora Cole, André De Shields, Godfrey L. Simmons, and Bruce Turk are recognized by the fellowships, which come with grants.
Playwright Branden Jacobs-Jenkins will be the first recipient of the inaugural award supporting the development of new work for the stage.
Matthew Ethan Davis’ Fringe show “Ticket 2 Eternity,” a dreamscape about the joys of servitude, is a lively peek into a would-be waiter’s subconscious but lacks coherency.
“Forbidden Broadway”; the 15th Annual Festival of Film Noir; the 4th Annual Comedy in Dance Festival; a panel discussion with members of the cast and creative team of AMC’s “Mad Men”; and a night of comedy with Sarah Silverman are some of the things we’re looking forward to ...