“Accessible” has become a dirty word where Shakespeare is concerned, but the Acting Company’s production of “As You Like It,” at the New Victory, exuberantly livens up the Bard.
The Off Broadway Alliance presents a free panel discussion about casting Sept. 9 at the Snapple Theater Center in New York, featuring CD Cindi Rush, casting associate Kaitlin Shaw, producer Rich Affannato, and director Thomas Caruso.
Director Jo Bonney’s flawed revival of Lanford Wilson’s 1975 drama “The Mound Builders,” at Signature Theatre, fails to highlight the subtle exposition with sufficient clarity.
The New York Musical Theatre Festival announced the dates and requirements for two annual competitions for musical theater creators and performers.
The songwriting team who are making a promising Broadway debut with “A Christmas Story” began as performance majors at the University of Michigan.
At the New Group, Ethan Hawke directs and stars in “Clive,” Jonathan Marc Sherman’s rewrite of Bertolt Brecht’s first play, “Baal,” but the show is unrelentingly chaotic and shallow.
Irish Rep’s revised, pared-down version of “Donnybrook!,” the 1961 Broadway musical adaptation of “The Quiet Man,” lurches by in fastforward despite Johnny Burke’s lilting score.
Pulitzer Prize finalist Rajiv Joseph’s heated two-hander “The North Pool” explores our preconceptions of others in the Vineyard’s well-acted, generally well-paced production.
Broadway actors Mo Brady and Nikka Graff Lanzarone share about their new podcast, The Ensemblist.
Zayd Dohrn’s play, enjoying its West Coast premiere at L.A.’s Harold Clurman Laboratory Theater Company, challenges cast and audience alike on illegal immigration.