Artistic Directors Sascha Radetsky and Kevin McKenzie chat about the Studio Company's successes and their hopes for the future.
Park takes on ambition, stereotypes, and Shakespeare in her play about killer twins pursuing their dreams of attending an elite college.
The Grammy winner shares what's in store for the season-long residency, featuring collaborations with Francesco Turrisi, Our Native Daughters, and Silkroad Ensemble, launching October 15.
Monte-Brown stars in the New York Theatre Workshop production about an undocumented Mexican family living the American Dream—or is it the American nightmare?
"It's basically House of the Dragon and Lord of the Rings without any elves, dragons, explosions, lust, medieval sets, or live action elements. But otherwise, it’s just as exciting."
The Black Mirror actor talks about playing the grieving Shakespearean prince at Off-Broadway’s Park Avenue Armory.
The American Horror Story actor spoke about returning to theatre, playing a character with Down syndrome, and making her singing and dancing debut.
Camille A. Brown, Warren Carlyle, Carrie-Anne Ingrouille, and Christopher Wheeldon talk about the styles of dance they used to create this season's recognized works.
The five actors of Irish Rep’s current production delve into the play’s crass language, historical revelations, and contemporary resonance with women’s rights issues.
The Tony-winning director-turned-author talks about the inspirations and process behind his new children’s book.
The Mrs. Doubtfire star talks about stepping back into the show following a long hiatus.
“As a human being, I always enjoy Shakespeare. But as a young Black person, I didn’t always see myself reflected in it, and if I’m being completely transparent, sometimes it would feel like I wasn’t necessarily invited to.”
The two stars of Samuel D. Hunter’s new Off-Broadway play share insights and stories from their 17-year friendship.
The two-time Tony nominee takes on the role of Francesca at the Axelrod Performing Arts Center in Deal Park, New Jersey through March 27.
Gordon, previously the Persephone alternate, recently took up the mantle of the Queen of the Underworld following Amber Gray's departure.
The actors discussed some of the expectations and challenges that come with playing The Bard’s complicated Moor of Venice.
Reynolds talks horror, satire, and race in America.
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