by Laurel Raymond Jan 14, 2016
He'll be remembered for his talent, his artistry, and his compassion.
by Alex Zielinski Nov 18, 2015
A new approach to breaking down abortion stigma in communities lacking any access to abortions.
by Jessica Goldstein Nov 13, 2015
The one thing that television cannot do is give you the immediacy of seeing a human being right in front of you experiencing something that you are experiencing with them.
by Jessica Goldstein Oct 27, 2015
Two Tony Award-winning producers want to bring Broadway to your couch.
by Jessica Goldstein Oct 21, 2015
A show that is ostensibly about people who get by on only four senses gives the audience a total sensory overload.
by Kay Steiger Sep 7, 2015
"I wanted to have a deeper conversation than just, this is kind of bullshit."
by Jessica Goldstein Jun 8, 2015
And more highlights from last night's Tony Awards.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Jan 22, 2015
A new play illustrates the power of the theater for social change.
by Zack Ford Oct 16, 2014
Students say they had already paid for and cast the play when school officials decided to cancel it.
by Zack Ford Sep 12, 2014
Composer Stephen Schwartz, writing on behalf of the Dramatists Guild, has criticized a high school that censored a "Spamalot" production over its gay content.