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In Stephen Brown-Fried’s elegant new two-part adaptation of Shakespeare’s Henry VI trilogy for Off-Broadway's National Asian American Theatre Company (NAATCO), we don’t have to...
Networks keep assuming audiences can't handle smart, fast humor. Ratings prove otherwise.
A surprising misreading of Shakespeares
Following a billion-dollar season, will Broadway's powerful casting directors strike?
No one believes that full-time criticism is a viable career option, she says.
Why would "thousands" of people protest actor Tyler Lea?
George Balanchine was not a racist, but...
Here's how the New York casting director changed Hollywood right through today.
Before regional theaters, the business model of the actor-manager was, by definition, about the star.
"We simply see that this situation arose from the lack of knowledge that Rebecca Gilman, the writer, and director Doug Hughes have of our community."
As Lady M sleepwalks and encounters her guilt, it would be boring if she had no real guilt to begin with.
Lady MacDuff represents all of the victims of the Macbeths' reign of terror once it really gets going.
Mosquitoes, roaring motor bikes, intermittent showers, steamy weather -- none could keep capacity crowds from turning out and enjoying Robert Berliner in Peer Gynt.
A close-up on the Portel will provide the feeling of being right next to a friend who happens to be telling a really hilarious joke.
In "Macbeth in Close-Up," it's the explosive combination of physical proximity to truly intense acting work that will set this film apart for audiences.
Charge your batteries: Ruhl's "vibrator" play is headed our way.
In the summer of one king's death, the King family is another direction for audiences to focus.
Dying to spend some time with plasticine-made hyperrealist automatons? Here you go.