The dramatist and his husband, producer Tom Kirdahy, discuss what makes Frankie and Johnny so enduring.
Fiennes discusses his affinity for Russian culture and exploring Nureyev’s life in nonlinear fashion.
The filmmaker discusses his relationship to art, the influence of Elia Kazan on his work, and consulting with Gerhard Richter.
Everett discusses his passion for Wilde and bringing his labor of love to the screen.
It’s clear that at 70, the trail-blazing author of the seminal work Gender Outlaw is still a formidable force to be reckoned with.
We spoke to the Belgian-born titan of the theater about the experience of bringing new life to Visconti’s provocative The Damned.
Twist discuss his work, new and old, and the direction he’s going in as we approaches 50.
If there’s a constant in Jordan Harrison’s body of work, it’s his ability to surprise.
Shaw and Weaver discuss the production and why it remains so important for them to keep the spirit of the Split Britches alive.
We talked to Urie about what it was like taking on the role originally made famous by the playwright Harvey Fierstein himself nearly four decades ago.
DeBessonet sits down with us to discuss directing her first Shakespeare in the Park production.
The acclaimed playwright sat down with us to discuss his funny and moving love story, which will premiere at the Public Theater.
Silverman discusses her current production and her relatively new foray into the world of musicals.
From his home base in Paris, Brook discusses bringing back The Mahabharata to BAM in the form of Battlefield.
When we sat down with Nelson, he was in the midst of rehearsing What Did You Expect?, the second play of his current cycle at the Public.
We talked recently with Wohl and Chavkin about their collaboration on this unusual and compelling theater project.
Wolfe discusses the legendary musical from 95 years ago and what fires his enthusiasm for this current Broadway production.
The actor discusses the making of Spotlight and his urgent desire to play his character in a way that was at once truthful and necessarily representative.
In a series of challenging roles on the stage, Thomas is carving out a new life for himself.