The best of this year's NY Fringe Festival receive an extension in two mini-festivals.
PigPen Theatre Co.’s seven-person ensemble prove to be innovative, yet familiar, theatermakers in their Off-Broadway debut.
David Rossmer and Steve Rosen’s new musical “The Other Josh Cohen,” at SoHo Playhouse, is “Seinfeld” meets Rodgers and Hart as directed by Woody Allen—a superlative laugh fest.
Telsey + Company launches nationwide search for the upcoming Broadway show “Motown: The Musical.”
In “Seminar,” from Center Theatre Group at the Ahmanson and starring Jeff Goldblum, Theresa Rebeck proves again that she can fashion clichés into an interesting, commercial story.
Fight director Jared Kirby helps performers and directors of stage and screen tell stories through violence rather than indulging in “action porn.”
In the assured hands of director Paul Plunkett and a deft ensemble headed by Ruth Silveira’s soused theatrical doyenne, “The Coarse Acting Show” at Sacred Fools is a riotous satiric romp.
“Miss Julie[n],” Ken Roht’s sensational multimedia take on August Strindberg’s classic, from Orphean Circus, Firehouse Theater Company, and MorYork Gallery, will haunt your dreams.
Musical Theatre West’s “42nd Street,” the mother of all backstage musicals—and Broadway’s salute to itself and all things musical theater—is lively, kinetic, and jubilant.
We spoke with Christian Camargo, known to many for his roles on “Dexter” and in the “Twilight’ films, about tackling Shakespeare, perfecting his craft, and staying in the moment.