1. happy birthday
    100 Years of Norman LearRita Moreno, John Amos, Valerie Bertinelli, and other collaborators reflect on working with the TV legend.
  2. appreciations
    Bob Saget, Remembered by Those Who Knew Him“Luckily, I got to tell Bob I loved him a lot while he was still here. But I’d sure love to be able to tell him again.”
  3. stand-up
    The Stand-up Set Cycle, From Notebook to TV SpecialRicky Velez, Ronny Chieng, and Gary Gulman on how they develop new hours after leaving the old ones behind.
  4. remembrances
    Fred Willard Was ‘One of the Good Guys’Norman Lear, John Michael Higgins, and Bob Balaban remember the late comedian and actor.
  5. shout factory
    Shout! Factory Wants to Be Your Go-to Streaming Source for Classic TVFor all of your Twilight Zone needs.
  6. chat room
    Morgan Saylor on Her Theater Debut and Leaving Homeland BehindThe young actress co-stars in Sarah Treem’s new play, When We Were Young and Unafraid.
  7. how dey do dat?
    Hedwig Creators Break Down How They Changed the Script for BroadwayJohn Cameron Mitchell, Stephen Trask, and Michael Mayer discuss how the cultish musical evolved into a Broadway darling.
  8. chat room
    Reeve Carney on Penny DreadfulThe former Broadway Peter Parker plays an Oscar Wilde character on Showtime’s inventive new drama.
  9. chat room
    Christopher Titus on His New Comedy Special, Voices in My Head“I’m not talking about blow jobs or farting or anal rape.”
  10. on the scene
    The Archer Cast Had Bad Advice for Boys at a Live ReadingThe voices of the animated show prove hilariously bad influences on this writer’s sons.
  11. chat room
    Holt McCallany Calls Pilot Season ‘Ridiculous’“If you ask me to do [a show] immediately with no time to prepare, I know you have contempt for actors. Why not just tell me that you hate me?”
  12. chat room
    Stacy Keach on His 45-Year Career, the Soft Porn of His Youth, and Dining With Orson Welles“A little old lady came up for his autograph and he said, ‘Not while I’m eating, dear.’”
  13. theater
    Man on Wire Aerialist Philippe Petit Stages a Decidedly Low-Altitude One-Man Show“There is all of the phases of me in this show,” he says. “Foolish things, amazing things, magic and juggling, and there are profound things.”
  14. chat room
    Brian Henson on His New ‘Adults Only’ Puppet ShowThe new Off Broadway show is like ‘Who’s Line Is it Anyway?’ but with felt instead of Wayne Brady.