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.
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.
Emmy-nominated actor John Stamos, who appeared along side James Earl Jones in "Gore Vidal's The Best Man," says Jones' performance in "Fences" gave him goose-bumps.
Upcoming forum “Why Not Asian? Why Asian?” will discuss race politics as they relate to under-represented Asian-American actors in L.A. theater productions.
“The Flick,” Annie Baker’s deliberately anti-theatrical drama at Playwrights Horizons about the banal existence of employees of a rundown cinema, can’t sustain at three hours plus.
Ashley Shamoon is just one of many actors who has been cast through Backstage!
Clayton chatted with Backstage about working with Falco, discovering his acting passion, starting his own theater company and gaining professional status as an actor.
“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.
James Lapine and Stephen Sondheim’s 1994 Tony Award–winning musical “Passion” suffers under John Doyle’s dry, overintellecutalized, slackly paced direction at Classic Stage Company.
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.