Founder and executive director Huttler explains how Fractured Atlas helps cut through all of the “unsexy stuff” that making art requires.
Jessica Johnson shares how actors can maximize their publicity in theater.
This revival of Philip Yordan’s 1944 drama “Anna Lucasta,” from Robey Theatre Company and Latino Theater Company, is generally successful despite one overwrought lead performance.
Under director Sean Mathias’ eye playwright Richard Greenberg has adapted Truman Capote’s “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” for Broadway with remarkable fidelity—and that’s the problem.
The Tony Awards are coming up on June 9! Leading up to Broadway's biggest night, we'll be sharing some of our exclusive videos with the nominees as we chat with them about the lessons they've learned along the way.
The 67th Annual Tony Awards will return to Radio City Music Hall. Nominees will be announced April 30.
Freddy Rodriguez talks about returning to the stage in David Mamet's "American Buffalo" and offers strategies for maintaining a long acting career.
In its West Coast debut at 24th Street Theatre, Mike Kenny’s diaphanous memory play “Walking the Tightrope” may be geared for young audiences, but it’s a special treat for all ages.
Though it’s atmospherically rich and solidly performed, Adam Rapp’s new play set in a war-ravaged New York ultimately sags under an excess of exposition.
Edward Albee’s “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” may be 50 years old, but you’d never guess it from Steppenwolf’s jolting Broadway revival starring Tracy Letts and Amy Morton.