Why the Go-Go’s and 16th century literature make a perfect match in “Head Over Heels.”
Stagecraft with Gordon Cox
The “Star Trek” actor talks Broadway, gay rights and his dream role.
The Emmy winner on an “Orphan Black” reunion and her timely new stage role.
Producer Ken Davenport dissects his unexpected Tony triumph and blurs the lines with “Gettin’ The Band Back Together.”
The Tony-winning actor, now returning to the New York stage in “The Great Leap,” talks basketball in Beijing, dinosaurs, mad scientists, Whiterose, and the secret origin of his name.
Two stars of the big-name revival of the landmark gay drama “The Boys in the Band” talk Broadway debuts, Tony parties, Rannells’ new book and why Bomer’s next Broadway show should be a musical.
The puppeteer, a MacArthur genius grant winner, explains the difference between working downtown and working on Broadway, and spills the secrets behind the new revival of his 20-year-old breakout show, “Symphonie Fantastique.”
The actor, nominated for a Tony Award for his leading role in “Angels in America,” compares the Tonys and the Oscars, talks up the timeliness of “Angels” and reveals what is, for him, “the greatest privilege in playing this part.”
The writers of the Tony-nominated “Mean Girls” — book writer Tina Fey, composer Jeff Richmond and lyricist Nell Benjamin — take us behind the scenes of their fetch new musical.
Tony Award winner and current nominee LaChanze dishes on the Tonys, shares what it means to her to play Donna Summer in the bio-musical “Summer,” and reveals why she started going by just one name.