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Proclaims ‘Black Queens Matter’ in
A new revue masterminded by
alums aims to celebrate and elevate “Black royalty” in a way the franchise and its fans often fail to do.
John Lithgow Describes the ‘Real Horror’ of
’s Minidress Scene
“We just embraced the project.”
Charlize Theron Has ‘Mad Love for Republicans’ — If They Don’t Like Trump
“I have Republican friends!”
How Richard Kind ‘Captures the Essence’ of Rudy Giuliani in
“With great trauma comes great humor.”
There’s a Reason Kate McKinnon Wasn’t Cast to Play a Real Person in
“It’s caricature, but it always is more layered than that.”
his dark materials
His Dark Materials
Mustache Was His Idea
For his big entrance into the HBO series, Miranda tapped into Lee Scoresby’s yeehaw energy through the transformative power of facial hair.
How the ‘Wells for Boys’ Boy Got Cast in
“He’s an amazing guy and a terrific actor.”
Rita Moreno Was a Mentor for Ariana DeBose,
West Side Sto
’s New Anita
“We talked about all things Anita.”
’s Alternate Universe Has a New Spin on
Much like our world’s
, the series’ all-black production of the famed musical has social commentary on its mind.
Laura Dern ‘Almost, Literally’ Moved in With Greta Gerwig and Noah Baumbach
“I had the time of my life.”
Isn’t Just Giving an AIDS History Lesson
“There are a lot of parallels to today’s political landscape,” says writer and producer Our Lady J.
The Cast of
Tales of the City
Got Those Hooded Blankets As Wrap Gifts
“It’s a Bloodie-good blanket!”
Mj Rodriguez Is Still ‘Gagged’ She Got to Work With Patti LuPone on
“Not only is she the funniest thing ever, she’s the sweetest.”
Ashley Park Is Ready to Make
Thoroughly Modern Millie
And by modern we mean not racist.
Michael Shannon Once Cut Himself Onstage Doing
Frankie and John
Audra McDonald found him a Band-Aid.
’s Characters Compare to Their Real-Life Counterparts
We’ve combed through
’s expansive cast to highlight the 15 real-life figures you need to know.
Debra Messing Would
to Be Impersonated on ‘Snatch Game’
“That would be the highest honor.”
John Lithgow Thinks the Clintons Would Have a Hard Time at His New Play
He says it would be “tough.”
Could Prepare Keri Russell for Broadway
“It’s like training for the Olympics.”
Jesse Eisenberg Is Two Weeks Away From Finishing
The actor promises the ten-year journey to creating a cult sequel will pay off for longtime fans.
Achieved Its Pitch-Perfect Early-2000s Middle-School Aesthetic
Production designer Grace Alie explains how she used old
magazines, Troll Dolls, and cloud print to reflect Maya and Anna’s internal lives.
no day but yesterday
Did You Catch All the Changes in
Armie Hammer Cooked for the
On the Basis of Sex
Cast to Get Into Character
“She was mesmerized by the way he handled that knife.”
Tyler Perry Called Up Colin Powell to Get His Blessing to Play Him in
“The guy has gravitas.”
Cast Is Just As Obsessed With the Dog As You Are
“It was a comfort, it was a joy.”
Kerry Washington, Steven Pasquale on What They’d Do If Trump Came to Their Play
“I would hope that it would crack his heart open.”
Hugh Jackman Would ‘For Sure’ Play P.T. Barnum in a
“My theatrical bones know that that would work.”
Willem Dafoe on Playing van Gogh: ‘Today’s 70 Is Yesteryear’s 40’
“My point is: 37 wasn’t young in those days.”
Andrew Lloyd Webber Hasn’t Met Taylor Swift, But Likes That She’s a Cat Person
He hints at who she’ll be playing in the
John Krasinski’s Favorite Episode of
Is a Classic
It involves a slap.
Mary Beth Peil Sides With Diana Rigg in That Lauren Ambrose
My Fair Lady
“The show must go on, and you signed up for it.”
Sean Baker on Making This Summer’s Indie Hit,
It’s the movie about trans sex workers that was shot an iPhone.