The casting director of “Chicago,” “La Cage aux Folles,” and more on getting cast.
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.
Pinkham stars opposite Jefferson Mays in the new Broadway musical "A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder," which starts previews Oct. 22.
Magnussen chatted with Backstage about his worst audition, his fitness regime, and how to get the roles you want.
We had the opportunity to chat with both Jones and Keenan-Bolger—on separate occasions—about working on the play. The pair discusses their shared love of director John Tiffany, reinterpreting a classic piece, and wanting to do their laundry with Andrea Martin.
Diane Paulus’ circus-inspired, beautifully buoyant, intoxicatingly sensual revival of Stephen Schwartz and Roger O. Hirson’s “Pippin” ends the Broadway season on a grand high.
Two-time Tony nominee Patina Miller re-invents the central role of the Leading Player in Diane Paulus’ circus-filled revival of Stephen Schwartz’s “Pippin.”
“How to Be a New Yorker,” the nonmusical revue of New York facts, sketches, and stereotypes playing at Sofia’s Downstairs Theater, mines obvious material in unimaginative ways.
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.
“Motown: The Musical” is Berry Gordy’s show—he lived it, wrote it, and produced it—and the impresario has gambled that it’s all about the music, not the story; he’s probably right.