Fashion designer turned Tony-nominated costume designer Isabel Toledo welcomes us into the studio she shares with her husband, artist Ruben Toledo. See this super-talented couple share the inspiration behind After Midnight's amazing costumes.
Tony-winning scenic designer Derek McLane shares the vision behind his set for Beautiful: The Carole King Musical. Find out how he brings the "puzzling, but poetic and gritty realism" of NYC's Brill Building to life.
William Ivey Long picked up his sixth Tony Award for Cinderella's gorgeous costumes. Here, the designer opens up about career-changing musicals, unlikely inspirations and how he makes this Rodgers & Hammerstein show sparkle and shimmer.
Tony-winning scenic designer John Lee Beatty shares the inspiration and artistry of his gorgeously detailed set for The Nance, Douglas Carter Beane's Depression-era play about a gay burlesque performer facing a changing world.
Scenic and costume designer Bob Crowley opened his London studio to us to discuss the look of Tony winner Once, which is now playing both on Broadway and in the West End. Find out Crowley's inspiration for the cozy, comfy pub and more!
Set designer Beowulf Boritt shares his creative vision for Craig Wright’s Grace, starring Paul Rudd and Michael Shannon. Find out all about Borrit’s memorable design, which features a subtly rotating stage, a celestial backdrop and more.
Costume designer Amy Clark gives Broadway.com an inside peek at original sketches, swatches and concepts for Chaplin’s glamorous black-and-white wardrobe, and pays a tearful tribute to her late collaborator and mentor, Martin Pakledinaz.