Despite tour de force work from Gardner Reed and Edwin Cahill, P.H. Lin’s “Zelda at the Oasis,” a two-hander about F. Scott Fitzgerald’s bipolar wife, doesn’t jell or persuade.
Aléna Watters, a Broadway actor who is featured in Stephanie Riggs’ new documentary “The Standbys,” offers her advice for Broadway understudies.
Casting director David Caparelliotis on casting for Broadway and Off-Broadway and finding rappers for a new musical about Tupac Shakur.
“Hot Mess in Manhattan,” a “Sex and the City”–inspired one-act musical by Cait and Meggie Doyle that’s part of the Araca Project, shows promise and has a sweet but cheeky spirit.
After 20 years, the Theatre Alliance calls it quits and spreads out its programs to the Walnut Street and Wilma theaters.
A romantic moment between two male leads and the addition of brief male nudity derail the L.A. Gay and Lesbian Center’s fall production of “Deathtrap,” after playwright Ira Levin's estate revokes the rights.
In “Ingenious Nature,” at SoHo Playhouse, theatrical MC Baba Brinkman takes a too-scientific look at sex and love, and the result comes across as entirely bitter and one-sided.
As Judy Garland in Peter Quilter’s “End of the Rainbow,” at the Ahmanson Theatre, Tracie Bennett eerily recalls the pain of the diva’s last days but misses her admirable qualities.
Benjamin Walker shares how he landed the role of Brick in "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" and whether the pressure of doing the play is intimidating.
“Old Hats,” an uproarious comic revue at Signature Theatre, stars the superheroes of clowning, Bill Irwin and David Shiner, aided by the enchanting singer-songwriter Nellie McKay.