This week’s Backstage cover star Benjamin Walker shares how he approaches his role in Tennessee Williams’ “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof” and the best advice he has for actors.
Ralph spoke to Backstage about transitioning from understudy to leading man, his “weeping like a little girl,” and his similarities to Christian Borle.
Constantine Maroulis and Deborah Cox confidently headline a revival of “Jekyll & Hyde,” Frank Wildhorn and Leslie Bricusse’s 1997 musical based on Robert Louis Stevenson’s novella.
Simon Stephens’ “Harper Regan,” getting its American premiere at Atlantic Theater Company after debuting at London’s National Theatre in 2008, is far too muddled for its own good.
Amy Brenneman talks about her new projects, "Rapture, Blister, Burn," at the Geffen Playhouse and "The Leftovers" pilot for HBO and shares her secrets for creating strong characters on stage and on screen.
Under the direction of James Houghton, the Juilliard School's Drama Division launches its Master of Fine Arts in Drama program with eight students.
Casting director Pat Goodwin of Telsey + Co shares about the casting process for the Broadway revival of "Annie," and discusses the upcoming PBS documentary "Annie: It's the Hard-Knock Life, From Script to Stage."
Michael Kostroff delves into the issue of audition respect—and the kiss-happy readers who don’t give it to you.
Rob Ashford’s awkward, unmodulated direction and the miscasting of Scarlett Johansson sink this revival of Tennessee Williams’ Pulitzer Prize–winning “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.”
Casting directors Ilene Starger and Zoe E. Rotter are holding auditions in October for a new stage adaptation of Truman Capote’s classic 1958 novella, starring Emilia Clarke as Holly Golightly.