The craft of musical theatre is passed between generations—from teacher to student and from student to teacher.
Seven composers, lyricists, and book writers share where and how they trained to create work for the stage.
The chairman of NBC Entertainment works in TV, but he’s bringing theatre into people’s homes and onto their stages in every way he can.
The ‘Bad Jews’ playwright responds to a miserable election season with a comic take on a Greek tragedy.
Hour by hour, decade by decade, Mac broke down American history, music, himself, and us—and then built us back up again.
The Emmy winner takes on the role of Regina Giddens in the Lillian Hellman classic.
As Charles Kopelman and Sarah Douglas of Abrams Artists Agency explain: They talk, the playwrights write.
A new venue in midtown will offer 2 affordable spaces for small New York theatre companies.
Wendy Wasserstein’s 1997 play feels more contemporary than it should, especially during this political season.
The playwright discusses her newest play ‘The Layover’ and why her characters are usually flawed, unhappy people.