The Friends talk to the actors of ‘Hadestown’ plus reviews of ‘Toni Stone’ and ‘Unmaking Toulouse-Lautrec.’
The playwright talks about being forbidden from performing growing up and learning how to be his authentic self.
The prize comes with $275,000 each.
A count of 210 D.C. theatre productions showed that, despite modest gains, playwrights and directors remain mostly homogeneous.
Why the Tony-winning revival of R&H’s musical sounds more string-band country than traditional musical theatre.
The special counsel’s report has inspired six different events in a two-month period, combining entertainment and activism—and original songs.
This week, stars of ‘The Prom’ and ‘A Strange Loop’ discuss staying positive in show business and queer representation. Plus the Friends review ‘Frankie and Johnny,’ ‘The Secret Life of Bees,’ and ‘In the Green.’
The play reading and fundraiser aims to bring awareness to conditions at migrant border facilities and advise attendees on how they can help.
Karen Zacarías, Christian Borle, and Masi Asare have written plays featuring Marvel characters, which will be available to high schools for licensing.
The Tony-winning director visits the critics and breaks down his artistic process on ‘The Waverly Gallery’ and ‘The Band’s Visit,’ and explains his love affair with the Windy City.