Terrence McNally’s Gay Jesus Play ‘Corpus Christi’ Subject of Documentary

Corpus Christi: Playing with Redemption chronicles the controversy and celebration that swirled around the ...

NPH Eyes Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Hedwig Replacement

Neil Patrick Harris thinks the actor 'would be pretty' in Broadway's Hedwig and the Angry Inch.

By Brandon Voss

Check Out the Newest Cast Members of Kinky Boots

Meet the fresh faces strutting their stuff alongside Billy Porter in the Tony-winning musical.

By Brandon Voss

The Gayest Theater Season Ever?

No, for real. Broadway is pulling out all the stops this spring.

By Jerry Portwood

Mike Albo Took A Freebie, Deal With It

In his one-man show The Junket, the writer and performer takes on 21st-century media hypocrisy

By Max McCormack

Beyoncé On the Air, Alzheimer On the Side

Kyle Abraham’s The Radio Show celebrates the communal space of the airwaves while working through the private anguish of …

By Brian Schaefer

The Queen’s Company’s "Sir Patient Fancy"

The classical, all-women troupe of thespians, stages a Restoration comedy from one of the very first professional …

By Matthew Breen

Wayne’s World: Brain, Body & Dance in 3D

British choreographer Wayne McGregor uses science to create his singular brand of propulsive dance. This month, his …

By Brian Schaefer


From Doogie to Barney to Hedwig, the shapeshifting career of Neil Patrick Harris is immune to typecasting.

By Aaron Hicklin

Singular Beauty

At home with Paul Taylor, the last living legend of dance

By Brian Schaefer

Celebrating Carnival in New York

Four distinct companies paint a picture of Brazil’s diversity over three weeks, through urban hip-hop, capoeira, modern …

By Brian Schaefer

First Look: Christopher J. Hanke Takes Over for Michael Urie

The smash one-man Off-Broadway show Buyer & Cellar gets a new star

By Jerry Portwood

Miss Coco Peru: She's Got Balls

The scene-stealer from 'Trick' and 'Girls Will Be Girls' returns to Los Angeles for the final performances of her show …

By Matthew Breen

To Live and Dance in L.A.

With L.A. Dance Project, Benjamin Millepied is determined to make his adopted home a serious player in contemporary …

By Brian Schaefer

Living Dangerously at the Ballet

In its quest to attract the ever-elusive “young audience,” New York City Ballet has conjured some clever tricks. …

By Brian Schaefer

Micah McCain: Too Funny for Broadway?

Theater actor finds a genius way to get Broadway credits on his resume, by creating a one-man show called "Broadway …

By Matthew Breen

American Psycho: The Gay Musical?

With the successful production having just ended in London, will Patrick Bateman get a shot at Broadway? And if so, we …

By Kevin Clarke