The Clap: Hello Again

One of the more obscure musicals of the last few decades, Hello Again, is currently having its first New York revival …

By Scott Hocker

Ladies We Love: Stockard Channing

When she arrives for her photo shoot, Channing glances at the clothing rack and says politely, "There's really …

By Bill Keith

Catching Up With Matthew Morrison

Three years ago, if you wanted to know which Broadway leading man was most likely to break out onto the national scene, …

By Phillip B. Crook

The Clap: Charles Busch's The Divine Sister

Homage, mimicry, tribute, camp: In the grip of Charles Busch, the eminent playwright and drag legend currently starring …

By Scott Hocker

The Clap: Tennessee Williams's Vieux Carre'

Welcome to Out.com's new theater column, The Clap. We'll be covering noteworthy productions in New York City, …

By Scott Hocker

Angels in America: The Dream Life of Angels

Has any play in the history of American theater wrung such tears from its audience as Angels in America? For those who …

By Aaron Hicklin

Catching Up With Justin Bond

In the rolodex of performers who've made it big playing bitter, middle-aged, alcoholic women (Megan Mullally, …

By Phillip B. Crook

Leonard Bernstein: Soul Mining

In 1976, the year that Leonard Bernstein shocked no one more than his wife of 25 years when he left her for a male …

By Eric Wilson

Fall Preview: Joanna Lumley: The Gypsy Woman

Joanna Lumley once found herself on a desert island somewhere between Madagascar and Africa. She had no soap or …

By Aaron Hicklin

Arthur Laurents Will Not Go Quietly

Over six decades in the theater, Arthur Laurents -- who wrote the celebrated books to Gypsy and West Side Story -- has …

By Mickey Rapkin

Jerry Mitchell's Peepshow

Jerry Mitchell built his career reimagining Broadway's biggest shows. He choreographed (and often directed) revivals …

By Shana Naomi Krochmal

The Best in Theater 2005

If you're going to be a drama queen, the best place to do that is on stage. Three of our writers share their …

By Out.com Editors

Rent Hits the Big Screen

In the September issue of Out, we speak with Jesse L. Martin (Law & Order), Adam Pascal (Broadway's Aida), …

By Jeffrey Epstein

Best of 2004: Theater

1) La Cage aux Folles Jerry's Girls'the composer-lyricist Jerry Herman, the director Jerry Zaks, and the …

By Brendan Lemon

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