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Director Dobrish Tacks Toward “Tilly the Trickster”

"My director self gets very frustrated at my writer self."

Seasons Come, Seasons Go, But Theater is Forever

What lies ahead on the road to Broadway, off- and off-off always looks bright in the Fall.

Waiter, Is It July Yet? Broadway’s New Season Burps and Belches

Selling Broadway to the unwashed and unwary.

Creature Feature Comforts

If dumb disaster porn guarantees success at the box office, up with failures like "Pacific Rim."

Through a PRISM Dark Knightly

Endless surveillance is at best a lateral move, not a move forward.

Don’t Stay in School

Grad school is a waste of time and money for an actor. But is it a fraud?

Playwrights Horizons’ Sanford Writes a Lengthy Letter on Length

Does "The Flick," Annie Baker's 3-Hour work, really need an artistic director's apologia?

The Woman Who Made “Cats” Possible

Closely-guarded Valerie Eliot opened her arms to the classic musical.

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: Stephen Mo Hanan

Why all of King Lear's violence is verbal.

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: George Bartenieff

"Every actor begins with his instinct, not knowing much else, and that's good."

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: Melba LaRose

When it's bad, it's bad. When it's worse, it's better.

How Anne Bogart Forged a New ‘American Document’

"The actors became intrigued with the dancers and the dancers became intrigued with the actors. A mutual love affair, from a distance."

Special 5 Questions: Director Kip Fagan, Playwright Sam Hunter

A complicated mix of family, fundamentalism, spiritual crisis and Precious Moments figurines.

Special 5 Questions: Director Jeremy Dobrish Interviews Actor Christian Campbell

On acting in the round: "...act with your shoulders and make sure that one's back fat isn't showing."

Stage Director Launches Auction to Tattoo Himself for Production Cash

For $5 million, you can pay for all the Shakespeare that Charles Isherwood wants.

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: Brooke O’Harra

Says O'Harra, "Just go to Barnes and Noble and look...the number of plays by women is minuscule compared to those by men."

Curse of the Legend Class: The Apparent Tragedy of Peter Brook

One comes away with the impression that one of the 20th century's most influential theater directors has lived too long.

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: Brad Raimondo

When the soldiers were ordered to shoot, they'd aim high or the artillery crews would deliberately drop shells into no-man's-land instead of on the enemy.