Everything seems to be coming together for playwright Bess Wohl with three New York productions, culminating with her Broadway debut.
"The Inheritance" on Broadway "grapples with a lot of universal questions that humans have been grappling with since they could come up with questions," Kyle Soller told Newsweek Conversations.
Laura Linney is captivating in the title role in Rona Munro's Broadway adaptation of Elizabeth Strout's "My Name Is Lucy Barton."
Russell Harvard, a deaf actor in who plays Boo Radley and Link Deas in the Broadway play "To Kill a Mockingbird," is helping pave the way for deaf actors to play hearing characters.
For musical theater lovees, anytime is a good time to celebrate the work of Stephen Sondheim. Live at Lincoln Center's "New Year's Eve: Celebrating Sondheim" fills that need.
Jerry Herman, Tony Award-winning Broadway show composer and the creative force behind stage hits 'Mame,' 'Hello Dolly!' and 'La Cage Aux Folles' died Thursday at the age of 88. Read on for five facts about the legendary songwriter.
'Let 'Em Eat Cake' concerns the actions of a rogue president John P. Wintergreen who has lost re-election, fires the Supreme Court, stages a military coup and paints the White House blue.
Tina Turner fans in the Big Apple can now follow the incredible story of the singing legend on stage in a new Broadway musical.
Coleman admitted a four-year acting education isn't for everyone and he has student debt of his own. But, Julliard gave him the space he needed to grow in his craft.
"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
If not a banquet, it is still a meal. And now that a lot of ground has been broken, it is comfort food for the theatergoer's soul.
"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.