We need a new and more effective way of talking about the value and power of a degree in the performing arts. Here are three reasons why a degree in theater is important.
We sat down with Calhoun to discuss how he keeps the show fresh, what he looks for when casting, and advice he’d give to aspiring directors.
The Olivier Award-winning musical, already a hit in London, opens on Broadway next spring. Auditions for the role of Matilda will be held Sept. 30 in New York City.
Aleksey Burago, artistic director of the Russian Arts Theater & Studio, gives theater actors five general rules to live by.
For Backstage’s 2013 Broadway Power List, we asked more than two dozen New York City theater professionals to name the most powerful Broadway players.
The star of “The Little Mermaid” and “Love Never Dies” shares how working in London has shaped her as an actor.
“Nothing to Hide,” Derek DelGaudio and Helder Guimarães’ evening of sleight of hand, directed by Neil Patrick Harris in a world premiere at the Geffen Playhouse, is astounding.
The casting director of “Chicago” and “La Cage aux Folles” wanted to be on Broadway. A career in casting took him from Canada to the Big Apple and beyond.
When actors are surrounded by bad choices in a theater production, you can choose to treat it as a life experience.
Among the musicals set to open on Broadway this season are "Annie," "A Christmas Story," and "Matilda," all of which star child actors in lead roles. CDs Stephanie Klapper and Patrick Goodwin discuss casting kids for these and other Broadway musicals.