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Unmasked: The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber
Inside the Paper Mill Playhouse Rehearsal Room
By Roberto Araujo | 01/17/2020
Watch Rema Webb, Nicholas Edwards, Mamie Parris and more, sing highlights from this world premiere.
How Casting Newsgirls and Younger Paper Boys Puts
in a Whole New Light
By Ruthie Fierberg | 10/27/2019
The Arena Stage production of the Disney hit delivers the classic musical like you haven’t seen it before.
North Shore Music Theatre Puts Community First for Regional Theatre-Goers
By Dan Meyer | 10/11/2019
The venue has hosted a form of an LGBTQ+ night since 2003, but recent years have seen the event become a highlight of every production.
Go in the Rehearsal Room With the Cast of
at Paper Mill Playhouse
By Dan Meyer | 09/13/2019
See Ruby Rakos portray Judy Garland in the upcoming musical, plus Olivier winner Lesli Margherita and Tony nominee Max Von Essen talk about bringing her story to life on stage.
Creating a Life-Size Pirate Ship for
the Musical at Signature Theatre
By Ruthie Fierberg | 06/28/2019
Scenic designer Paul Tate DePoo III goes behind-the-scenes of his wild, shipwreck-inspired design at the Arlington, Virginia, theatre.
Making Theatre in D.C. in the Age of Trump
By Olivia Clement | 06/26/2019
A conversation with Maria Manuela Goyanes of Woolly Mammoth and Studio Theatre's David Muse about what makes theatre political.
New Georges Is Approaching 30 Years Strong and Has a Message for the Theatre Community
By Olivia Clement | 06/14/2019
Co-founding artistic director Susan Bernfield looks back on the last 27 years—as well as forward, at the explosion of new artists on the horizon.
Regional Premiere Is Unlike Any Other Staging of the Tony-Winning Musical
By Robert Loerzel | 10/22/2017
The Chicago-area production features an immersive setting in the round.
Eden Espinosa on the Journey From
to Sondheim as She Travels Back in
Merrily We Roll Along
By Ryan McPhee | 10/07/2017
Espinosa takes on the role of Mary Flynn in the Huntington Theatre Company's presentation of Maria Friedman's celebrated production.
How Do the Stars of
Capture the Iconic Voices of 2 Well-Known Artists?
By Colleen Walsh | 10/01/2017
Stephen Spinella plays Andy Warhol in the world premiere at the American Repertory Theater; see what goes into exploring his hyper-specific speaking style.
How Risk and Range Allowed L.A.’s Center Theatre Group to Become One of the Country’s Most Prosperous
By Mervyn Rothstein | 09/08/2017
How the theatre that launched Broadway’s
and is set to premiere Broadway-bound
Crazy For You
put itself on the map.
Brings a ‘Cutting Edge’ to This Connecticut Theatre
By Mervyn Rothstein | 08/10/2017
The Westport Country Playhouse isn’t just for small town theatre.
San Diego’s Old Globe Goes Beyond Shakespeare for a New Type of Public Theatre
By Mervyn Rothstein | 07/22/2017
Artistic director Barry Edelstein talks about making theatre for all.
The Theatre That Launched Bradley Cooper’s
Bridges of Madison County
Previews This Summer’s Season
By Mervyn Rothstein | 06/01/2017
The Tony-winning regional theatre tells you what productions to put on your calendar.
The Mystery Behind Award-Winning Playwright Dan O’Brien’s New Play
By Mervyn Rothstein | 05/12/2017
The House in Scarsdale
looks back at the disowned writer’s fractured family.
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