Thanks to a new agreement, students of the Theatre Program at Columbia University’s School of the Arts and the Classic Stage Company (CSC) will be eligible to join Equity.
"Southern Discomfort" evolved out of my desire to explore a humorous, tragic, and honest vision of the South I grew up in and the fascinating people who inhabit it.
Author-actor Holland Taylor has found the role of her career in “Ann,” a solo show about former Texas governor Ann Richards, on Broadway at the Vivian Beaumont Theater.
Lindsay Joy Murphy’s well-acted “Rise and Fall of a Teenage Cyberqueen,” from LabRats Theater Company, has an unclear point of view about the Internet’s effect on family life.
Though this biographical collage about Lorraine Hansberry is historically interesting, “To Be Young, Gifted and Black,” from Actors Co-op, only comes alive during play excerpts.
Rob McClure showcases some of his new talents - tightrope walking, violin playing, rollerskating - that he learned for the role.
Director-choreographer Lynne Taylor-Corbett mistakes Donna Moore’s “Cougar the Musical,” at St. Luke’s Theatre, for a show of substance, and what should be a frolic lacks oomph.
Gian Carlo Menotti’s highly accessible chamber opera “The Medium” is a spooky treat in Donna Drake’s imaginative production with drag artist Jeffery Roberson (aka Varla Jean Merman).
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.
Josh Koenigsberg’s “The Mnemonist of Dutchess County,” from the Attic Theater Company, looks inside the mind of a savant but is cluttered with cheap gags and verbal clichés.