Stageworks Hudson officially opens its summer season with this charming collection of one-act plays.
Comedy’s lovable Queen of Mean, Lisa Lampanelli, takes her reign as a brutally funny woman very seriously.
Neil Patrick Harris to star in Broadway production of "Hedwig and the Angry Inch."
For two actors in the Reagle Music Theatre’s production of "Chicago," being a member of Actors Equity can be viewed as illustrating the issues facing performers today.
George Bernard Shaw first made his mark as a critic and ended his career as an author of theatrical masterpieces. But he never lost his flair for expressing an opinion, as he did about Oscar Wilde’s imprisonment.
When it comes to fashion, Broadway actors seem to save the drama for the stage. The black-tie tuxedos and gowns on the red carpet at the Tony Awards were mostly classic styles.
It’s clear from his landmark plays "Equus" and "Amadeus" that Peter Shaffer has a sense of humor. But "Black Comedy" reminds us that he also has a sense of farce.
Shakespeare & Company stages the new classic about Greek-American soprano Maria Callas teaching a talented band of students at Juilliard.