Director at the Institute of Outdoor Theatre Michael C. Hardy talks about the benefits, challenges, and craft-strengthening aspects of working in the outdoors.
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.
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.
The New York Musical Theatre Festival announced the dates and requirements for two annual competitions for musical theater creators and performers.
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.
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.
Leigh chatted with us about the lessons she's learned, what it's like following Julie Andrews, and the things she will—and will not—miss.
“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.
Writer-performer Steven Strafford’s “Methtacular!” breaks no new ground in the genre of drug-addiction narratives but still feels fresh and funny, thanks to his charming presence and musical comedy style.
Sony Pictures inks a new deal to bring its movies, like "Tootsie," to the stage. Can the film industry giant match its own critical and commercial success on Broadway?