Interviews

Charles Socarides, Son of an Anti-Gay Psychiatrist, Now Plays His Gay Brother on TV
The off-Broadway actor plays Clinton-administration gay-and-lesbian civil-rights adviser Richard Socarides on the new ABC miniseries When We Rise.
King Lear Meets Man of La Mancha in a Season of Dreaming at A Noise Within
The Los Angeles theater company celebrates 25 years of classics with a pair of powerful imaginations.
From 1776 to Boy Meets World, William Daniels Looks Back on His Career in New Memoir
There I Go Again: How I Came to Be Mr. Feeny, John Adams, Dr. Craig, KITT, and Many Others will be released on March 1.
Dear Evan Hansen Cocreator Steven Levenson Asks More Tough Questions in If I Forget
The powerful new play examines issues of Jewish identity in a story that's accidentally relevant.
These Married Miss Saigon Performers Will Share an Unexpected Broadway Valentine
Minami Yusui and Dan Urness return to a Broadway house that houses special memories.
Direct From London's West End, Meet Broadway's Newest Leading Men
Alistair Brammer, Killian Donnelly, Jeremy Secomb, and Michael Xavier make their New York stage debuts in Miss Saigon, Kinky Boots, Sweeney Todd, and Sunset Boulevard.
Sailing Down Big River With the Original Producer and the Critic Who Panned It
Rocco Landesman and Jack Viertel reminisce about a career-changing experience as the musical's Encores! revival takes shape.
Marsha Mason Finds Poetry and Prophecy in Lillian Hellman's Watch on the Rhine
The four-time Oscar-nominated actress stars in Hellman's World War II drama.
Aisling O'Sullivan Walks in the Shoes of the "Beauty Queen" Who Plays Her Mom
O'Sullivan stars opposite Tony winner Marie Mullen in an American tour of Martin McDonagh's iconic dark comedy.