"There is no one like you. There has never been anyone like you. There shall never be anyone like you. Therefore, know thyself; be thyself," says the Hadestown star.
The Tony-nominated musical tells the story of an Indiana teen barred from bringing her girlfriend to the school dance.
"You have to become involved. You have to have an opinion."
When Andrea Martin hurt her ribs and had to withdraw from 'Gary,' Julie White stepped in and took the role all the way to a Tony nomination.
Explore the Setting of a Heartwarming story of Hospitality During 9/11
"Not at our show! Not in front of my beautiful, diverse, talented cast at Frozen Broadway."
"I felt like I went to church in that moment."
While drama has been the meat and potatoes of Irish Rep's output, founder Charlotte Moore has demonstrated a special gift for adapting Broadway musicals for a small stage.
Washington has performed the works of William Shakespeare, August Wilson, Lorraine Hansberry and now—arguably the toughest of them all—O'Neill.
In the #MeToo-#TimesUp era, the topic of spousal abuse could not be more relevant, and it is front and center in the Broadway musical "Carousel," currently being revived at New York Imperial Theatre.
Jesus is no longer a '70s rock icon—he's into streetwear.
Starring Nathan Lane and Andrew Garfield, the Pulitzer-winning play tells the story of people coping with the AIDS epidemic in the 1980s.
Bernadette Peters's Dolly is new and improved, if that can be imagined.
Actress Kathryn Rossetter describes a "horrific, demoralizing and abusive experience" of being subject to Hoffman's abusive behavior.
He tweeted answers to fan questions using only "Rent" lyrics after the "Hamilton" cast recording surpassed "Rent" in sales.