Lincoln Center Theater hosts the New York premiere of the explosive new drama Disgraced, starring Aasif Mandvi. Hear from the cast about what Disgraced has to say about race and politics in post 9/11 NYC.
Like Saturday Night Live for theater fans, Forbidden Broadway lovingly lampoons Broadway’s most popular shows and biggest stars. The cast opens up about why Alive & Kicking is the series' meanest edition yet.September 14, 2012
All about David Rabe's new play.May 3, 2012
Cougar The Musical is a story of empowerment, self discovery and strong drinks. We went to off-Broadway's St. Luke's Theatre to see why audiences can’t get enough of the musical comedy and which young stars get these ladies going.October 11, 2012
Julia Murney and Daniel Everidge lead a family on the brink of collapse in off-Broadway's Falling. Hear from the cast and creatives about the show’s powerful message and why audiences can’t get enough of this autism-themed drama.October 15, 2012
As a cancer-ridden judge reexamines his life choices, he permanently upsets the lives of four others. The cast and creatives of Don’t Go Gentle open up about the drama’s modern themes.October 15, 2012
In Simon Stephens' critically acclaimed new play Harper Regan, the main character does something most of us only dream about: escape. Hear how her incredible journey fulfills all of our deepest desires.October 16, 2012
Get ready to take a hilarious ride on the Hogswarts Express as Potted Potter: The Unauthorized Harry Experience, a parody of the popular Harry Potter book series, pulls into off-Broadway’s Little Shubert Theatre. Written and performed by Daniel Clarkson and Jefferson Turner, the show retells all seven Potter books in only 70 minutes!June 4, 2012
Will Eno’s one-man-play Title and Deed has arrived off-Broadway at Signature Theatre Company's Alice Griffin Jewel Box Theatre, starring Conor Lovett. Title and Deed is the story of a nameless traveler who explores the meaning of love, life and death while visiting a faraway place.June 4, 2012
The new musical The Other Josh Cohen takes a hilarious look at one good Jewish boy with not-so-good luck. We asked the show’s stars about its ‘Neil Diamond-esque’ score and its impressive catalogue of pop culture references.October 25, 2012
Just how funny are off-Broadway’s Old Jews Telling Jokes? Broadway.com headed to Ben’s Deli to chat with the stars and find out.
June 5, 2012