This world premiere musical about Japanese internment during World War II features George Takei and Lea Salonga in a cast of talented performers.
La Mirada's Producing Artistic Director Brian Kite shares insight into the theater's casting process and what he's looking for in actors.
Erich Bergen and Rachel York display triple-threat musical comedy skills in the national tour of Roundabout Theatre’s Tony Award–winning revival of Cole Porter’s “Anything Goes.”
With this high-energy, minimalist, four-actor edition of William Shakespeare’s “Hamlet,” the theater ensemble Bedlam renders a passionate but richly textured Denmark for the ages.
Katie Finneran embraces her devilish side as orphanage mistress Miss Hannigan in the upcoming revival of “Annie,” which opens Nov. 8 at the Palace Theatre.
At South Coast Repertory, director David Emmes gives Alan Ayckbourn’s “Absurd Person Singular” an ideally cast staging, its finger on the pulse of this tragicomic masterwork.
Tony Award winner Tyne Daly and producers Jamie deRoy and Ted Snowdon will be honored at Primary Stages' annual gala.
The Beautiful Soup Theater Collective revival of “Moose Murders,” Arthur Bicknell’s notorious 1983 Broadway flop parodying Agatha Christie murder mysteries, is bad all over again.
Roundabout has revived Rupert Holmes’ 1985 musical of Charles Dickens’ “The Mystery of Edwin Drood” in director Scott Ellis’ brisk and bright, strikingly handsome production.
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.