The critics discuss the newest celebrity jukebox musical, and how Broadway theatres have an accessibility issue.
In telling the story of her mother, who died under a careless plastic surgeon’s knife, she hopes to illuminate both grief and injustice.
Why is he doing ‘Soft Power’ in New York while filming ‘How to Get Away With Murder’ in Los Angeles? Because he finally gets to play the hero.
The ‘Orange is the New Black’ actress discusses learning how to dance for ‘for colored girls….’ at the Public Theater. Plus reviews of ‘Moulin Rouge,’ ‘Little Shop of Horrors,’ and ‘Soft Power.’
Tracy Letts stops by to discuss his newest play, ‘Linda Vista,’ and how he balances being a playwright and actor.
The new Kitchen Sink Residency will give 2 years of support and space for companies to create new work, culminating in full productions.
The playwright of ‘Hearts Like Fists’ has interviewed more than 1,000 playwrights on his website. Now it’s his turn to be interviewed.
The longtime Harlem institution is remounting its adaptation of Ta-Nehisi Coates’s book and taking it on tour.
Armed with the idea that truth-telling and empathy don’t have to be mutually exclusive, they founded Rescripted, an independent Chicago theatre publication.
Two musical-theatre composers who died tragically young get new recordings to keep their songs in rotation.