The newest play at the Public Theater is the troupe Elevator Repair Service's playful political riff Arguendo. Find out from actor Ben Williams how this legal spoof turns the Supreme Court on its head—and why audiences are loving it.
Adrian Dunbar, who stars in and directs Brendan at the Cheslea at off-Broadway's Acorn Theatre, explains how Janet Behan's play honors the life of her uncle, the late Irish writer Brendan Behan, who spent his last night at the Chelsea Hotel.
Tony nominee Deborah Rush, who co-stars in Atlantic Theater Company’s world premiere of Women or Nothing, explains the universal appeal of Ethan Coen’s comedy and how the play compares to his iconic films.
Go on a futuristic journey with stop. reset. star Ismael Cruz Cordova, who plays tech-savvy janitor J in the new world premiere. The show tells the story of a book publishing company trying to advance into the digital age.
The long-running musical The Fantasticks, which is about to celebrate its 20,000th performance, is bringing a classic tale of love to off-Broadway’s Snapple Theater Center. Get the scoop on the show with The Fantasticks star Ali Ewoldt!
Get insight beyond the headlines in the new play Breakfast with Mugabe, which explores the relationship between Zimbabwe’s polarizing President Robert Mugabe and his white psychiatrist. Star Michael Rogers explains.
There's plenty of comedy in the political family drama I Forgive You, Ronald Reagan, and star Patricia Richardson wants you to know that it's OK to laugh! Hear what this acting vet has to say about the off-Broadway play.
Sigmund Freud, Joseph Stalin, Gustav Mahler and Ludwig Wittgenstein sit in a Vienna café discussing life, war and art in the new play Final Analysis. Hear star Tony Naumovski explain how the show strikes a chord with modern audiences.