Estelle Parsons has always found something interesting to do.
If/Then has all the emotional subtlety of a Nicholas Sparks novel.
The English actor, who’s married to playwright Lolita Chakrabarti, talked to us about bringing Aldridge’s story, their labor of love, to the stage.
The playwright discusses the origins of Tales from Vienna and his interest in carnal activities in the context of world history.
Robins’s 30-year career, with a new leading role season after season, is studded with indelible performances.
In David Adjmi’s satirical Marie Antoinette, the titular royal doesn’t start using her head until she’s in danger of losing it.
We spoke to the actor and director about their long-term friendship, and about the two plays at the Cort Theatre.
Mink Stole has a devoted cult following that dates back to the 1970s, when she became an outrageously wacky fixture in the trash comedies of John Waters.
What initially seems an obsessive-compulsive mash note to The Simpsons becomes a brain-teasing deconstruction of pop culture and more.
Zachary Quinto brings a sulking but simmering aggression to Tom, played as a man who knows who he isn’t, but not who he is.
The Machine, in short, is an anti-capitalist tragedy that spends half its time looking like a sci-fi melodrama and the other half like a biopic.
With expert comic timing and devastating charm, Urie plays an out-of-work gay actor who’s hired to work for Barbra Streisand.