Known for calm, eye-of-the-storm roles, the Florida-raised actor brings the thunder in his own adaptation of the iconic gangster drama.
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.
Whether the weapons are real or fake, part of the show or not, your theatre needs to be prepared.
Unexplained knocking, disembodied voices, a whiskey-drinking spirit, and more fill our annual collection of stories about theatrical ghosts.
A gathering last month in Georgia lifted up the work of Sharrell D. Luckett and Tia M. Shaffer, and their mentor, Freddie Hendricks, in developing empowering approaches for Black actors.
The new Kitchen Sink Residency will give 2 years of support and space for companies to create new work, culminating in full productions.
In his long-gestating gay-legacy epic, Matthew Lopez speaks back to a work that helped shape him, ‘Howards End.’
The longtime Harlem institution is remounting its adaptation of Ta-Nehisi Coates’s book and taking it on tour.
Some of the nation’s biggest theatrical questions are being asked, and vigorously answered, in Chicago.
A town known for tight acting ensembles and distinctive writers may have another ace in the hole: its directors.