The nine characters linked six-degrees style by a man’s random death in Peter Gil-Sheridan’s “What May Fall,” at Theatre of Note, are given delicate shading by a fine ensemble.
Traditional and original folksongs give gorgeous texture to “Dark Hollow,” a Fringe Festival adaptation by Elizabeth Chaney of Georg Büchner’s classic tragedy “Woyzeck.”
Dani Vetere’s “Hadrian’s Wall,” a Fringe entry, is a rather odd romantic-triangle drama about the hegemony of the male species with a lesbian twist.
Heather Hitchens became the executive director of the American Theatre Wing in 2011. The not-for-profit founded the Tony Awards, which will take place on June 9.
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s “Kong: A Goddamn Thirty-Foot Gorilla,” Adam Hahn’s wonderfully silly, delightfully bare-bones parody from SkyPilot Theatre Co.!
Theatre Buddies, a new dating website, connects single theatergoers with a possible plus one.
Sebastian Arcelus graces our cover this week, and he chats with Backstage about his roles on Netflix's "House of Cards" and in an adaptation of John Grisham's "A Time to Kill" opening on Broadway Oct. 24.
Rogue Machine’s exemplary L.A. premiere production of Samuel D. Hunter’s Obie Award–winning dramedy “A Bright New Boise” makes us forgive the script’s dramaturgical deficiencies.
The winners of the New York Innovative Theatre Awards share advice for aspiring actors at Monday night's awards ceremony.
Caitlin Parrish’s “A Twist of Water,” from Chicago-based Route 66 Theatre Company, is a well-played but conventional father-daughter drama that’s also a salute to the Windy City.