Mark Strong flexes his acting muscles on Broadway in ‘A View From the Bridge’
The author and star of Off-Broadway's The Absolute Brightness of Leonard Pelkey is, well, absolutely bright. How bright? Read on.
Sherie Rene Scott’s new Off-Broadway play, Whorl Inside a Loop, proves (as if proof were ever needed) that she's one of New York theater’s most insightful, daring, innovative and warm-hearted actresses and writers.
The Tony Award-winning revival of Skylight closes on Broadway on June 21. Better hurry to catch its rising young star, Matthew Beard, before he returns to England.
With the opening of An American in Paris on Broadway, the esteemed director and choreographer is the toast of the town. Here he answers our seven most pressing questions about the show and his life as an Englishman in New York.
With just 15 audience members per performance, Then She Fell intimately acquaints visitors to the mad wonderland of Lewis Carroll, set inside the mental ward of the Kingsland Hospital.
Plays and musicals with irresistible characters vie for your attention.
41 Off-Broadway shows offer $20 tickets 20 minutes before curtain, Jan. 20 thru Feb. 8.
Tom Dugan has not only written a new Off-Broadway play about Nazi hunter Simon Wiesenthal, he stars in it.
Joely Richardson, starring as Emily Dickinson in William Luce's The Belle of Amherst at the Westside Theatre, is cultivating her career one surprising step at a time.