The playwright of ‘Luna Gale’ and the new ‘Twilight Bowl’ discusses the perfect day job and that time she slept in Mary Rodgers’s apartment.
The Tony-nominated actor and Waterwell cofounder discusses immigration, Middle Eastern representation, and creating civically engaged work.
The Friends host a live show at BroadwayCon, where they talk with Max Vernon and Diana Oh about queer representation and making non-traditional theatre.
The critics talk about going to Puerto Rico for ‘Hamilton’ and going to BroadwayCon for the cosplay.
The award-winning playwright talks about early inspirations, breakthroughs, and how Naomi Iizuka pushed to write look inward to find her voice.
The Friends look back on their favorite shows of 2018, and have an announcement about BroadwayCon!
The year in theatre, according to our critics.
From coverage of #MeToo to special issues on engagement, fundraising, and design, 2018 was a busy year for the magazine.
The critics answer listener questions, including on whether they would ever review a taping of a live performance, and debate ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ on Broadway.
Telly Leung discusses ‘Aladdin’ and being a Broadway leading man, plus the Friends review holiday shows—and realize they may be too cynical for holiday shows.