Interviews

Hester Meets Hester in a Red Letter Plays Sit-Down
F**king A's Christine Lahti and In the Blood's Saycon Sengbloh debate who Nathaniel Hawthorne's classic character has become in the 21st century.
5 Questions With Big Night's Wendie Malick
The Emmy-nominated veteran of TV's Just Shoot Me! and Hot in Cleveland returns to the L.A. stage in Paul Rudnick's new comedy.
Andrus Nichols and Catherine Combs Share Their View From the Bridge
After acting in Ivo van Hove's Tony-winning production in Los Angeles and Washington, D.C., the pair head to the Goodman Theatre.
Part of the Plan Creators Plant the Seeds of a Dan Fogelberg Musical in Nashville
Kate Atkinson and Karen Harris blend a musical legacy with intimate storytelling and hope it takes them where they're meant to be.
Beverley Bass, the Real-Life Pilot Portrayed in Come From Away, Recalls 9/11
The first female pilot to be named captain by American Airlines, Bass's story is now on a Broadway stage.
Maria Friedman Rolls Along With Merrily at the Huntington Theatre in Boston
The three-time Olivier Award winner makes her American directing debut with Stephen Sondheim and George Furth's classic.
Robert LuPone Braves a Return to the Stage in The Violin
The Tony nominee and MCC co-artistic director gets ready to tread the boards once again.
Playwright Hansol Jung and Director Leigh Silverman Analyze Their Wild Goose Dreams
A North Korean defector and South Korean father meet online in this "ethereal" world premiere at La Jolla Playhouse.
Julie White and Stephen McKinley Henderson Are at Each Other's Throats — on Broadway
Two theatrical titans go head-to-head in Lucas Hnath's Tony-nominated drama, A Doll's House, Part 2.