With a book co-written by one of L.A.’s most noteworthy publicists and a delightfully irreverent score screwing the movie business to its sticking place, the fresh new musical “Justin Love” emerges as a great Hollywood love story.
Paul Downs Colaizzo’s “Really Really,” from MCC Theater, is a glaringly manipulative “Did it happen or didn’t it?” melodrama about contemporary college students behaving badly.
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.
James DeVita went from working on fishing boats to becoming an actor and director of classical theater to starring in his one-man show "In Acting Shakespeare."
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.
Casting begins this week in New York for a new musical based on the life and music of Tupac Shakur, directed by Kenny Leon.
The Off-Off-Broadway theater’s producing director Carol Ostrow tells Backstage how young artists can launch their careers, both at the Flea and in NYC.
Actors Patina Miller and Michael Urie announced the nominees for the 79th Annual Drama League Awards on Tuesday morning in a ceremony at Sardi's Restaurant.
La Mirada Theatre’s slickly professional staging of the 2008 revival version of Marc Camoletti’s “Boeing-Boeing” is sexy, fluffy, and frantic but also silly and patently illogical.
I have learned many truths since founding Shakespeare Behind Bars in Kentucky in 1995, bringing art, theater, and the works of William Shakespeare into correctional facilities.