Family Equality Council Honors Daryl Roth

The prominent New York theater producer is presented the Hostetter-Habib Family Award at the Night at the Pier, launches …

By Jerry Portwood

'Spider-Man' Gets Snubbed for Major Tony Awards, Gives People Named Tony Free Tix

Anyone with the first name Anthony, Tony, Antoinette, Toni, or Antonio will be eligible to receive a free ticket to …

By Diego James

The View From London: 'Matilda the Musical'

A freakish fairy tale takes flight on the London stage

By Gillian Kendall

New York Drama Critics’ Circle Names 'Sons of the Prophet' Best Play of 2011-12

Out gay playwright Stephen Karam will be honored for his play that focuses on gay brothers in Easter Pennsylvania …

By Jerry Portwood

WATCH: 'The Standbys' Trailer

Stephanie Riggs' documentary follows Broadway understudies and opens the Tony Awards Film Series

By Jerry Portwood

66th Annual Tony Awards Nominations Announced

Congrats to Jeremy Jordan, Judith Light, Cynthia Nixon, Linda Lavin, John Lithgow, Audra McDonald, the cast of 'Peter …

By Jerry Portwood

Review: 'In Masks Outrageous and Austere'

The world-premiere of Tennessee Williams' final full-length play, as directed by his former lover, David Schweizer …

By Evan Lambert

A Life in Inches

'The Columnist' looks at the closeted world of a 1950s Washington insider.

By Mark Peikert

All the World's a Musical

'NOW.HERE.THIS.' is the Game of Life seen through a pop culture lens, with a side of self-help thrown in for good …

By Jerry Portwood

Jeremy Jordan

The cult classic 'Newsies' gets the Broadway treatment -- thanks to scribe Harvey Fierstein -- and New York’s …

By Max Berlinger

The View from London: 'The King’s Speech' Fails to Communicate

The Oscar-winning movie about King George VI was a hit in cinemas, but now that it's opened as a play in London's West …

By Gillian Kendall

Welcome to Their World

'Sleep No More' designers explain the intricacies of life inside the McKittrick Hotel.

By Adam Rathe

What's Missing in the Latest Version of 'Carrie'

A conversation about the lack of camp (and Betty Buckley) in the current production of the much-maligned musical

By Jerry Portwood

At Play: Leslye Headland’s ‘Assistance’

A trippy, raucous new workplace comedy at Playwrights Horizons

By Mark Peikert

The Ugly One: A Study in Self-Love (and Loathing)

This satire about beauty at Soho Rep reveals the overwhelming seduction of self-absorption

By Jerry Portwood

One 'Wit' Wonder

Margaret Edson’s debut play won the 1999 Pulitzer Prize -- and she hasn’t written another since.

By Max Berlinger

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