Special Reports

5 Times Audience Behavior Was Worse Than It Is Right Now
Patrons may be bringing their phones to the theater, but at least they're leaving the vegetables at home.
7 Shows to See at FringeNYC 2015
Chinese Communists, angry boys, and you: The New York International Fringe Festival returns for its 19th season.
HamHistory: Review 8 Years of Hamilton Via Lin-Manuel Miranda's Twitter Updates
Go back in time with Lin-Manuel as he creates his "masterpiece."
SPACE on Ryder Farm Serves Up a New Kind of Artist Residency With a Side of Fresh Brioche
New York's up-and-coming playwrights are flocking to the country where art and food are both done family-style.
Your Tweet Could Add Some Broadway to Hugh Jackman's Next Wolverine Movie
The Tony-winning X-Man asked for plot suggestions…and we've got some.
2015's New York Musical Theatre Festival Fosters Shows About Acappella and Deep Love
Justin Guarini and Marc Kudisch introduce NYMF artists including Vynnie Meli and The Voice's Jon Peter Lewis.
5 Little-Known Facts About the Work of Prolific Broadway Cartoonist Al Hirschfeld
The late, legendary artist's career spanned from the late 1920s to the early 2000s and is now the subject of a new book.
8 Stars From Independence Day You've Seen on Broadway (and 2 You Haven't)
Today we celebrate our Independence Day...but with something other than 1776 for a change.
7 Shows to Watch at the 2015 New York Musical Theatre Festival
Video games, figure skating, and Morgan Freeman factor into the summer musical-theater extravaganza.