A national tour of the Tony-winning revival will retain star Philip Boykin, among other African-American performers.
The company will offer a free audition technique master class with Broadway actor Donna Lynne Champlin on Saturday, Feb. 23
Brian Nelson’s well-crafted, genuinely laugh-inducing black comedy is just the latest new script to receive a thoroughly entertaining production by the small but mighty Chance Theater company.
Schiappa chatted with Backstage about how he prepared to tackle the play a second time – after a 2011 Off-Broadway run at MCC Theater – and what he loves about new writing voices onstage.
Barry Edelstein could reignite Shakespearean drama in SoCal with his new position as artistic director at the Old Globe.
Kevin O’Morrison’s 1979 drama “Ladyhouse Blues,” about a working-class woman holding her four daughters close after World War I, gets an uneven production from Andak Stage Company.
Celebration Theatre’s mission to tell LGBT stories (including current musical "Justin Love") continues even after 30 years.
Terrence McNally’s much-boycotted play has been touring the country for years—and is still as divisive as it was when it premiered 16 years ago, according to documentary “Corpus Christi: Playing with Redemption.”
In “The Apocalypse of John,” a scatterbrained Fringe comedy from the Serious Theatre Collective, it’s the end of the world at the Players Theatre.
Tony-award winner Brian Stokes Mitchell calls Philip Seymour Hoffman's performance in, "Death of a Salesman," 'brilliant.'