Logan Marshall-Green talks about playing a role he's longed to play in "Miss Julie," and offers advice for staying vital as an actor.
Jake Gyllenhaal talks about finding a fresh way of doing things for his upcoming movie "End of Watch" and his American stage debut in "If There Is I haven't Found It Yet."
Three years after it closed in New York, the long-running Off-Broadway revue “Forbidden Broadway” is making a comeback. The newest edition, which parodies past and present Broadway musicals, opens Sept. 6 for a limited run.
Christopher Durang is in an autumnal mood with “Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike,” a lovely, generous, and very funny new comedy at Lincoln Center Theater about aging and regret.
The Pearl Theatre Company opens its new home with a fun, frolicsome, and freely adapted edition of Beaumarchais’ “The Marriage of Figaro” that holds its own against the famed opera.
Sara Fousekis, the USC School of Dramatic Arts’ new director of development, shares her secrets of successful fundraising.
Lloyd Suh’s charismatic “Jesus in India,” from Ma-Yi Theater Company, excels by presenting the teenage Jesus of Nazareth as an angsty adolescent punk rocker in first-century India.
Charlotte Jones’ tricky 1997 two-character play, “Airswimming,” at the Irish Repertory Theatre, is a small but sparkling gem that gleams with charm, anger, comedy, and sadness.
Del Shores ("Sordid Lives") knew that he needed to make his play "Southern Baptist Sissies" into a film, and on a budget, he created something inventive—a film of the play.
Tarrell Alvin McCraney’s “In the Red and Brown Water” get its L.A. premiere courtesy of Fountain Theatre in director Shirley Jo Finney’s fluid, highly charged production.