Kate Baldwin, Erin Dilly, Danny Rutigliano and the stars of Fiorello! share why audiences will fall in love with Encores! season opener and how this musical is an essential part of New York history.
Margaret Copeland and Kevin James Doyle are schooling Big Apple natives and tourists alike in How to Be a New Yorker. Broadway.com headed to Sofia’s Downstairs Theatre to turn the tables on the comedy duo and quiz them on their NYC facts!October 18, 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 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
The cast and creators of the new off-Broadway musical.March 27, 2012
Marilyn Sokol, one of the stars of off-Broadway’s Old Jews Telling Jokes, offers some helpful advice for Jews young and old. Over her traditional Jewish meal of Chinese food, Marilyn answers fans’ burning holiday questions.December 14, 2012
Quiara Alegria Hudes’ Pulitzer Prize-winning Water By the Spoonful is enlightening audiences at off-Broadway’s Second Stage Theatre. We spoke with the cast and about the touching new family drama about making connections.January 8, 2013
Catching up with the starry production of the Shakespeare comedy.May 7, 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
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
House for Sale, adapted from an autobiographical essay by Jonathan Franzen, is bringing bittersweet memories of home to off-Broadway’s Duke on 42nd Street. Broadway.com got the scoop on this new ensemble production.October 26, 2012