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Colin Quinn’s New Off-Broadway Show Debuts Next Month
Red State Blue State.
After 15 Years of Ruining Unsuspecting Families’ Vacations,
The show took home Best Musical, Best Book, and Best Original Score at the 2004 Tony Awards
Blends the Terrifying and the Tantalizing
This show understands a good twist.
Barrow Street Theatre Will Live On With a New Name and New Production
Teen Mania Was Off the Charts at
Be More Chill
’s Last Off Broadway Performance
Watch Will Roland Sing a Song From the Internet’s Favorite Musical
Be More Chill
The show’s Off Broadway run is already sold out.
Christine Lahti Will Play Gloria Steinem Off Broadway in
Gloria: A Life
Diane Paulus will direct the interactive play written by Emily Mann.
Tatiana Maslany Talks
Mary Page Marlowe
And why she’s okay with losing her role on
Clueless, the Musical
Will Roll Onto Off Broadway This Fall
It’s part of the New Group’s 2018–2019 season.
All 41 Broadway Theaters, Ranked
Put on your Sunday clothes and let’s debate.
Secret Life of Bees
Musical Is Coming to Off Broadway Next Spring
Atlantic also announced a play with Isabelle Huppert.
Mike Birbiglia Announces Off-Broadway Show ‘The New One’
Mike Birbiglia’s The New One standup tour is turning into a new Off-Broadway show. According to Vulture, Birbiglia’s latest one-man show […]
Stockard Channing Is Coming to Off Broadway Next Season
, in which Channing starred in London, will open in New York in October.
Laura Benanti and Jason Jones Will Host Off Broadway’s Lucille Lortel Awards
“One beautiful, hilarious theater star who has a deep respect for the theater and all it stands for and a middle-aged white guy.”
Gillian Jacobs and Aya Cash on Working Together Onstage and Their Careers in TV
The actors are starring in the Public Theater’s
Talking Improv, Marriage, Cats, and Musicals with Jeff Hiller
You know Jeff Hiller, or you recognize his face. His disapproving, glowering mug can be seen in every customer service position in every auteur […]
First Look: Carrie Coon Returns to Theater in NYTW’s
The play opens September 25.
Carrie Coon to Bring Her Considerable Acting Chops Back to a New York Stage
Coon will take the lead part in Amy Herzog’s new play,
Musical Parody Will Be There for You Off Broadway
The one where the friends sing “We Were on a Break” in an unauthorized musical.
Chris Gethard’s One-Man Show ‘Career Suicide’ Airs on HBO in May
Chris Gethard’s hit off-Broadway show produced by Judd Apatow, Career Suicide, is getting the HBO treatment. The network announced today that […]
Actors’ Equity Negotiates Large Wage Increases
The contract includes wage increases ranging from 32 to 81 percent over the previous contract.
Gary Busey Joins Off Broadway Play
He’ll play Lionel McAuley, “The Baseball Bat Killer,” in a two-week engagement.
Amaze Yourself With This Step-by-Step Card Trick From an Off Broadway Magician
Allow Helder Guimarães to teach you.
Judd Apatow to Produce Chris Gethard’s Off-Broadway Show ‘Career Suicide’
Chris Gethard is making his off-Broadway debut with some help from Judd Apatow. According to Deadline, Apatow will co-produce the off-Broadway […]
The Oral History
Twenty years after Jonathan Larson’s posthumous triumph arrived on Broadway, the cast relives the rise of a musical that changed theater.
Peter and the Starcatcher
Won’t Totally Vanish in January
It’ll move to Off Broadway now.
Photos: Woody Harrelson’s
Bullet for Adolf
The cast takes Harrelson’s yoga class.
An Off Broadway Mega-Roundup
An Off Broadway mega-roundup.
Justin Bartha on His Play With Jesse Eisenberg, Their Friendship, and the ‘Spectacle’ of Filmmaking
“It’s very hard to find a great character and do what I love in a movie sometimes.”
Jesse Eisenberg on His New Play
, Avoiding All Culture, and Screenwriters Who Brainstorm With Post-its
“To me, it seems like kind of an ostentatious way to show other people that you’re working if your movies are not being made.”
Is Off Broadway Turning Into Post-Broadway?
Is this the future of Off Broadway? Fun-size versions of Great White megahits?
Throwing in the Towel
The Off Broadway musical survived almost five years.
Why Won’t the Cast of
West Side Story
Come to Work?
Michael Riedel says that poor 91-year-old director Arthur Laurents was forced last week to yell at his actors about skipping performances.
Jane Alexander on Snoring Through
and Simulating Sex in
Tell Me You Love Me
“But let’s make everything clear. Our union, SAG, does not allow us to have real sex.”