Bill Compton from True Blood is your Captain Von Trapp.
The real-life husband and wife wrestle with adultery … and Pinteresque pauses … on Broadway.
With music from Dan Messé, of Brooklyn's Hem.
Shlomo, we hardly knew ye.
On musicalizing an odd Shakespearean comedy.
"Nerd Meets Pixie-grrl, all over again."
To star in A Raisin in the Sun.
The revival of Wallace Shawn's work isn't nice or easy.
Check 'em out.
"I saw empty seats at my performance last night! This must not be."
There are about 1,000 reasons to see director Chen Shi-Zheng’s gaudy, goofy flagship popera opening this year’s Lincoln Center Festival.
That Scottish brogue is put to the test with Ryan Lochte tweets, porn DVD titles, and more.
Plus Tarell Alvin McCraney's Choir Boy.
It's the company's first fatal incident in its 30 years in business.
The Stage Dive Weekend Roundup: The Two Character Play and The Unavoidable Disappearance of Tom Durnin
Amanda Plummer makes existing look so hard in the Tennessee Williams revival.
"I basically, like, firebombed a scene."
New York's premier investigative theater company looks into death this weekend.
Woody Allen is handling the adaptation.
Carla Gugino as a Manhattan helicopter mom. Yes, please.
They will star in a Mike Nichols production of Harold Pinter's Betrayal.
What's today's dollar-ducat exchange rate?
As Hedwig, naturally.
Who needs a Tony when you've got this?
Neil LaBute is back — and strikes back, too.