Here are five tips to market yourself using social media, and ensure that you get some of your Facebook followers to come out from behind their computer screens and join the audience at your live shows.
We chatted with Wolfe for this week's cover story, and she shares some of her best inspiration and advice for actors.
The New York International Fringe Festival wrapped up its 25th year on Aug. 25, and we asked theater experts Linda Buchwald, Zachary Stewart, and Diep Tran to pick their favorite performances.
Tveit, the star of stage ("Catch Me If You Can," "Next to Normal") and screen (USA’s “Graceland,” "Les Misérables") made his solo show debut at 54 Below and will play five more sold out concerts at the venue through May 18.
If you’re #living on the high of this amazing New York theater season and looking to further connect with your favorite personalities on and around the Great White Way, here are ten social media geniuses to liven up your day.
Pinkham stars opposite Jefferson Mays in the new Broadway musical "A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder," which starts previews Oct. 22.
Thanks to low rent and reams of young talent, the Windy City’s storefront theaters—including the Hypocrites, TimeLine Theatre Company, and Profiles Theatre—boast a veritable underground of undiscovered actors and potential next big things.
Under the direction of James Houghton, the Juilliard School's Drama Division launches its Master of Fine Arts in Drama program with eight students.
“Nothing to Hide,” Derek DelGaudio and Helder Guimarães’ evening of sleight of hand, directed by Neil Patrick Harris in a world premiere at the Geffen Playhouse, is astounding.
As summer winds down, working actors everywhere are returning home from their summer theater productions. The leaves will fall, the showmances will fade, résumés will grow one credit longer, and the following things will be said.