High-tech neon suits and a dark stage are all that iLuminate: Artist of Light needs to light up the night at Off-Broadway’s Duke Theatre. Take an illuminating look behind the scenes at this inventive dance troupe’s mind-blowing show.
Family values have never been so hotly contested as in Joshua Harmon’s new off-Broadway comedy, Bad Jews. The show’s four young stars took a break from their onstage brawl to explain what being a ‘bad Jew’ is all about.October 31, 2012
Christopher Durang’s Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, starring Sigourney Weaver and David Hyde Pierce, is a Chekhovian comedy like you've never seen before. Hear from the stars about what gives this comedy its “heart."November 20, 2012
The outrageous off-Broadway comedy 5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche promises to be a night at the theater you’ll never forget—especially if you’re a fan of breakfast pastries, atomic bombs and a quintet of uninhibited lesbians!October 16, 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
Get a look at Encores! acclaimed revival of Charles Strouse’s 1966 musical It’s a Bird…It’s a Plane…It’s Superman, and hear from the show’s stars about what makes this superhero musical stand out.March 22, 2013
The Good Mother is chilling off-Broadway audiences at the Acorn Theatre, starring Gretchen Mol, Darren Goldstein and more. Broadway.com headed behind the scenes to chat with the cast of the new thriller.November 16, 2012
Silence! The Musical parodies the Oscar-winning thriller Silence of the Lambs, only it replaces all of the audience’s screams with howls of laughter. Hear from the off-Broadway cast about this hilarious R-rated musical.August 13, 2012
Enter the world of this off-Broadway drama.March 6, 2012
The circus is back in town, but this circus is not for kids or the faint of heart. The breathtaking show inside the tent at Spiegelworld’s Empire would best be described as sexy, raunchy and jawdropping. Take a look!July 16, 2012
Woody Harrelson and Frankie Hyman's Bullet for Adolf makes its New York debut off-Broadway at New World Stages, and Broadway.com got an inside look. Hear about the play's real-life inspiration and its enigmatic title.August 9, 2012