It was planned as a reading, but when the pandemic struck, two theatre-makers, and their community turned this “Quince” into the first live show in NYC since March.
At age 25, Jarred Lee has found himself becoming a mentor for children who want to be in musical theatre.
The producer of “Jagged Little Pill” on putting together a benefit in the midst of a pandemic and what Broadway can learn from film and TV.
An audio version of Aleshea Harris’ tale of revenge brings out new layers that make the play feel more urgent than ever.
You love his performances in “Fun Home,” “Oedipus El Rey,” and “Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice,” now meet Mr. Pérez, the playwright.
How two Afro/Black-Latinx artists got together to create a new commission and festival to celebrate their community.
Prolific playwright Karen Zacarias talks about having two of her plays streamed online, and how she became an American citizen two years ago.
Brian Lobel’s new Zoom show makes you think about how television and pop culture has seeped into every aspect of our lives.
If silence can be eloquent, few actors deliver wordless soliloquies with the precision and grace…
Why do Broadway shows always beat experimental works? The answer might be more obvious than it seems.