In its L.A. premiere at Katselas Theatre Company, Doris Baizley’s “Sexsting,” about an FBI Internet predator investigation, offers strong performances but has a high creep factor.
MCC Theater’s annual Miscast gala, featuring Jane Krakowski, Cheyenne Jackson, and Jonathan Groff, will be held March 4.
With the new June and Steve Wolfson Award for an Evolving Theatre, Philly theater is thriving on its own terms
"The Trip to Bountiful" star Vanessa Williams graces our cover this week. Look out for the story online and on newsstands on Thursday. Below, the actor shares some great advice for aspiring stars!
Melissa James Gibson’s archly self-conscious, awfully dreary “What Rhymes With America,” at Atlantic Theater Company, is a rather sketchy collection of scenes in search of a play.
The second annual All For One Theater Festival offers 10 solo shows, as well as master classes and panels, at the Cherry Lane Theater Sept. 14-30.
Jay Whittaker does skilled and showy work as the hunchback king in Shakespeare’s “Richard III,” at the Old Globe, in director Lindsay Posner’s contemporarily set production.
Danny Teeson has directed and choreographed for Princess Cruises for eight years. He talks about why he loves the freedom his job gives him.
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.
The national tour of Terrence McNally, Marc Shaiman, and Scott Wittman’s musical version of Steven Spielberg’s 2002 film “Catch Me If You Can” soars at the Pantages Theatre.