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Shakespeare and Special Needs Teenagers

Katie Yohe shares insights from directing youth with cognitive disabilities.

In “Women Without Men,” Women Count

An all-female design team talks about how life mirrors their play "Women Without Men."

Where Do You Work a “John”?

On the surface, things couldn’t be more ordinary.

Words Players: So Many Questions for Playwrights

What should we do? What can we do?

Why the Ziegfeld Club Makes Me Proud to Be a Feminist

A sisterhood pushing for gender equality -- and more.

Announcing the 2015 Billie Burke Ziegfeld Award

Celebrate women in musical theatre.

Advice to the Graduates: John Waters and Robert DeNiro

DeNiro's Tisch commencement speech was tragic, but got naive laughs.

Time for Plays That Play With Time

Time often takes its own sweet, or bitter, time.

Tony Noms for Best Score, Then and Now: What’s Changed?

What does it mean when the best Broadway songs are almost all in the Tony-nominated revivals?

A Magical Interruption

Join us as we discuss MT Cozzola's newest play Pop Up Kid, as well as all things Magical Realism.

We Need More Crappy Plays

Harold Clurman said, "You can't have good plays unless you have a lot of bad ones."

Hello Broadway, I’m 40 and I Must Be Going…

After "Hairspray" won a Tony for Best Musical, failure gave him his identity.

Can You Smell That Smell? It’s Theatrical Scent Design

A little corner of abstract freedom in the corner of the theatre.

A Press Room View of the Tony Awards

Jackman hopped, men kissed men, and McDonald made history.

Out, Out!: Branagh “Macbeth” a Grand, Flawed Spectacle

The Scottish play turns ticket buyers into clan members.

Tony Nominations: The Snubs Less Noted

What about recognizing artisans in wig making and video projections?

Tony Noms This Musical Season? What About Quality?

Is there a worthy production in the 2013-2014 tuner carload?

TV Legend Dick Cavett Recreates History Off-Broadway

An alchemy of warmth, depth, range, skill, charm and humor. Always humor.

Breathing in Brittania

"Because I am an expatriate, I can begin to breathe."

Lloyd Webber and Rice: Two Musicals Closing Fast

Two musical turkeys, roasted and underdone.
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