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 End, let the stammering begin
'Sleep No More' designers explain the intricacies of life inside the McKittrick Hotel.
A conversation about the lack of camp (and Betty Buckley) in the current production of the much-maligned musical
A trippy, raucous new workplace comedy at Playwrights Horizons
Margaret Edson’s debut play won the 1999 Pulitzer Prize -- and she hasn’t written another since.
The creative couple behind this year's most anticipated Broadway musical, 'Lysistrata Jones.'
The playwright speaks about the hit production of 'Sons of Prophet' and why he doesn't shy away from creating unusual gay characters
Currently starring in Off-Broadway's 'Wild Animals You Should Know,' the actor speaks about gay Boy Scouts and what he thinks about his pals on 'Glee'
The legendary performer explains how he channels Katharine Hepburn in preparation for a reading of 'Tea at Five.'
On the small screen and on the campaign trail, Mormonism is undergoing an odd cultural renaissance. Now, it's on the stage in 'Dark Sisters,' a new opera by Nico Muhly.