After a lengthy hiatus, independent screen queen Patricia Clarkson returns to the stage in The Elephant Man.
In 1978’s Kontakthof, the late German choreographer brilliantly skewered contemporary relationships. Nearly 35 years later, it still feels fresh.
Celebrating Greenwich Village, Frank O'Hara, Cookie Mueller, Nan Goldin, Hibiscus & more in this new experimental play
In Ben Rimalower Is Bad With Money, the actor shares his secret shame
The new Sting production, The Last Ship, is a reflection on the singer’s past and a study of working-class woes.
The Tony Award-winning actress discusses her three stage wives — Michael C. Hall, Neil Patrick Harris, and Andrew Rannells — and how she keeps things running smoothly
The president of Disney Theatrical Group on Frozen, The Lion King, and the company's success
You don't even need to buy tickets to writer and performer (and chronic over-sharer) Jeffery Self's free (free!) Los Angeles show, Jeffery Self: Please Respect My Privacy
One of the world's most vital theater directors, Ivo van Hove is interested in a unifying theme: love. Next up? Angels in America.
The awards event features performances from Broadway and ballet, and honors The Actors Fund, Tony Award-winner Jerry Mitchell, and ballet star Stephen Hanna