Party Lines Slideshow: Edie Falco, Alan Alda, Cheyenne Jackson, and More at Opening Night of Porgy and Bess
Dying onstage ain't easy.
A Jonas brother looking cute in a bow tie? Makes sense.
Darren Criss follows in Daniel Radcliffe's footsteps, and you need to know everything.
How To Succeed's Rob Bartlett shows you How To Giggle A Lot. (Get it? Because he's funny. Is this thing on?)
The announcement was made before the show even opened.
If you thought theater actors took themselves too seriously, let Bartlett's absurd, messed-up zingers BLOW YOUR MIND.
The sparks are all there, but it never quite catches.
Ousted Spider-Man director talks of unfair malignment.
This one was minor, but it did require stitches.
EXTRA: Silverman's a theater nerd!
Too few investors.
"There is desperately a voice that wants to be heard that is saying, 'Just because it’s sunny doesn’t mean everything doesn’t suck.'"
"An honor and dream come true."
Chinglish Playwright David Henry Hwang on Bringing Mandarin to Broadway, Growing Up Chinese-American, and Translation Fails
"I visited a new cultural center in Shanghai in 2005 that was pretty much perfect, except for the really badly translated Chinglish signs: a handicapped restroom that said 'Deformed Man's Toilet,' that kind of thing."
'Les Miz,' 'Anything Goes,' 'Cats,' 'Phantom,' even 'Godspell.'
Give it time.
Fred Melamed "couldn’t really make sense of it."
In a play she's producing.
"We never fight on set ... but on the ride to the set we’re sharing a car and he’s like, 'We need to go get juice to protect our health.' And I’m like, 'No, we need to get coffee.'"
Where he'll, er, succeed Darren Criss.
It'll have new songs.
See the clip!