The making of the revival’s “feral” spirit.
It’s one of four productions she’ll have running in New York this fall.
David Hallberg spent a lifetime preparing to be an ABT principal. But he wasn’t prepared for his body to betray him.
“I try to look at people like Amy Ryan and Sarah Paulson and think, It’s okay that I’m not a 25-year-old skyrocketing to the cover of Vogue.”
Judy Garland, Buffy, KROQ, and more.
This fall, she returns to the play as tragedy-beset heroine Madame Ranevskaya.
Andrew Lloyd Webber’s deathless crowd-pleaser is returning to Broadway.
With computer-generated and stop-motion animation.
“She has, fascinatingly, really created her own world of dance.”
“I’mma give them a straight Leslie Odom for a full week to create a false sense of security and then flip the script.”
Famous townies — like Wayne Coyne, George R.R. Martin, and Erykah Badu — who’ve become local mascots.
When he’s not acting on Broadway, the Crucible star leads a relatively quotidian New York existence
He was a longtime supporter of musical theater, especially shows that broke the mold.
Twenty years after Jonathan Larson’s posthumous triumph arrived on Broadway, the cast and creative team relive the rise of a musical that changed theater.
Twenty years after Jonathan Larson’s posthumous triumph arrived on Broadway, the cast relives the rise of a musical that changed theater.
From live pitch correction and in-ear cues to line feeding and hidden singers.
“‘MMMBop’ was originally in the key of A, and we currently play it in F sharp. Sometimes in F.”
“The amount of information Aaron Sorkin packs into a scene gave me this courage to trust the audience to keep up.”
How he and director Ivo van Hove are bringing Lazarus to life.
Writer-director Sanjay Patel’s dad had to convince him to make it.