Interviews

Touching Moments From Public's Free Mobile Unit Tour Twelfth Night
The company presents Shakespeare in prisons, homeless shelters, and community centers around New York City.
John Guare and Trip Cullman's 20 Years of Friendship and Six Degrees of Separation
The pair discuss how a Broadway collaboration grew out of an undergrad casting call.
Jackie Hoffman, Broadway's Kvetcher-in-Chief, Returns — and Now She's "Teavee" Famous
While Feud is on the air, Hoffman reunites with her Hairspray creators in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
Catching Up With Betty Buckley, Singer of Story Songs and Star of Split
Buckley's latest album is in stores at the same time as the M. Night Shyamalan film in which she stars hits shelves.
From College to Broadway: Jennifer Ehle and J.T. Rogers Take On Oslo
Ehle stars in Rogers' new play at the Vivian Beaumont Theater.
Lynn Nottage Reacts to Her Second Pulitzer Prize, Awarded for Her Play Sweat
Nottage makes her Broadway debut with the new American drama at Studio 54.
Tony Shalhoub and Terry Kinney on the Elusiveness of Truth in The Price
Arthur Miller responds to the avant-garde movement and the Vietnam War in this 1968 play, which is now back on Broadway.
Sarah Steele Takes Speech & Debate From the Black Box to the Silver Screen
Ten years and one Tony-winning play later, Steele goes back to high school with Stephen Karam.
After a Career Onstage, Hunter Foster Turns to Directing Full-Time
With productions across the country, including Million Dollar Quartet at Paper Mill Playhouse, Foster looks ahead to a his new vocation.
Gay History in the Age of Grindr: Gabriel Ebert Goes Gently Down the Stream
The Tony-winning star of Matilda appears opposite Harvey Fierstein, the multiple Tony-winning author of Kinky Boots who is making his first nonmusical stage appearance in nearly 30 years.