Wendy MacLeod's “The Water Children” tackles the complex issue of abortion with wit and compassion in a sharp production from new theater company Goodly Rotten Apple Productions.
With “Eterniday,” at La MaMa, author Charles Mee continues his collaboration with experimental dance-theater group Witness Relocation, in a raucously fun collage about connection.
Publicist Ron Lasko, who has handled press for Fringe NYC for all 17 years, reminds audiences that Fringe is a microcosm of an entire theatrical season—and actors that interesting angles are hard to come by.
British playwright Nick Payne’s riveting drama “If There Is I Haven’t Found It Yet,” Off-Broadway from Roundabout, features a terrific Jake Gyllenhaal in his American stage debut.
La Mirada's Producing Artistic Director Brian Kite shares insight into the theater's casting process and what he's looking for in actors.
Atlantic Theater Company founding member Mary McCann shares how hard work and determination have supported her life in the theater.
A new psychological study, "Holding a Mirror Up to Nature: Psychological Vulnerability in Actors," evaluates the effects of portraying other people.
'A Night With Janis Joplin' Star Mary Bridget Davies spoke about how her past has prepared her for this role, maintaining her voice, making her Broadway debut, and more.
This world premiere musical about Japanese internment during World War II features George Takei and Lea Salonga in a cast of talented performers.
This staging of Maxwell Anderson’s rarely produced 1933 drama concerning a House Appropriations Committee tug-of-war is an engaging ensemble piece with startling parallels to 2012 politics. Especially recommended for Civics class geeks.