James Lapine talked to Newsweek about his new gem of a documentary "In the Company of Rose," and its subject, Rose Styron,
During "Walking With Ghosts," Byrne talked to Newsweek about the creation of his memoir turned play and how Ireland has played an important role in his work.
The Irish actor tells his story of growing up in and around Dublin and how that formed him as a man and an artist.
Reed and Ephraim Birney talk to Newsweek about their characters, the play and keeping things real while working in a show about the importance of illusion.
Joseph Daugherty's two-character play Chester Bailey stars real-life father and son Reed and Ephraim Birney as two lost souls learning how to cope.
In the first Broadway production of Arthur Miller's classic play to feature a Black Loman family, the first-rate cast delivers some truly powerful performances.
Stoppard's engrossing new play that tells the story of a well-to-do Jewish family in 20th century Vienna asks the question, "What does it mean to be a Jew?"
Irene Sankoff and David Hein, who wrote the book, music and lyrics to the Broadway hit talked to Newsweek about how this show has touched audiences.
In "Has Anyone Seen My Toes?", a hack screenwriter deals with the COVID-10 pandemic with a variety of coping mechanisms, none of which seem to working.
Asher Muldoon, who wrote the book, music and lyrics, talked to Newsweek about the creation of the "The Butcher Boy," which had its world premiere at Irish Rep.
Green talks about the long road to publication of this engaging book on theater, her life, loves, Stephen Sondheim and her problems with Arthur Laurents.
Mary Rodgers shares stories of growing up inside Broadway in "Shy," one of the best theatrical memoirs since Moss Hart's "Act One."
The new Lydia in the Broadway hit musical Broadway "Beetlejuice" talked to Newsweek about a new music video from the show and her theatrical journey.
Tony and BAFTA Award–winning actor, Ralph Fiennes stars as the master of New York's domain in David Hare's new play debuting off-Broadway at The Shed.
Since 2018, the event was either cancelled or done virtually, but now people can again get up close with some adoptable cats and dogs.
Three cast members share their experiences about being in the feel-good 9/11 musical that has been so successful.
Three cast members and the director of the original company of "How I Learned to Drive" have come back in a riveting and very funny revival.
Ferrante talked to Newsweek about the art of comedy, his PBS show about Groucho and why Marx remains relevant.
The five women in "Belfast Girls" are in search of a new and better life, and they are in for the ride of their lives
The "Schitt's Creek" star talked to Newsweek about playing an outsider in town politics who's more concerned with society's safety of than his own.
Ann Morrison, one of the stars of Stephen Sondheim's great flop, "Merrily We Roll Along," talked to Newsweek about her new cabaret show and about old friends.
The little show about a people-eating plant has more staying power than anyone could have imagined, anyone except those who have seen it
This musical comedy is both the story of a troubled comedian and an homage to TV comedians of the 1960s.
This talented 11-year-old actor, who plays Winthrop in the new revival of "Music Man," talked to Newsweek about how he got his part and what it means to him.
Choreographers Ellenore Scott and Ayodel Casel talk to Newsweek about putting some fancy footwork into what is usually seen as a star vehicle.
Feldstein emphasizes humor in the first-ever Broadway revival of "Funny Girl," distancing herself from the memory of Barbra Streisand's iconic performance.
The artistic director of the Atlantic Theater Company talks about "American Buffallo," David Mamet, Laurence Fishburne, Sam Rockwell and Darren Criss.
Here are the winning numbers from Monday night's drawing.
Irish Rep's producing director talked to Newsweek about the shutdown's one surprising benefit to his theater and the more surprising news of Sondheim's will.
Neil Simon's comedic gifts are on full display in the Broadway revival of "Plaza Suite," which is in the good hands Broderick, Parker and John Benjamin Hickey.