Tonys Watch: King Charles III Is a Shakespearean Take On Britain’s Real-Life Royals

Playwright Mike Bartlett talks his inspiration for the show ahead of the June 12 awards

Curtain Call: Playwright Horton Foote’s Legacy Lives On

After racing to get The Trip To Bountiful to Broadway, Foote’s daughter Hallie brings the show to L.A.
Medea in East L.A.

The Getty Villa Presents Medea in East L.A.

The Fleischman Theater’s upcoming production Mojada: A Medea in Los Angeles reimagines Euripides play as an L.A. story

Curtain Call: Philip Glass Looks Backwards and Forwards on His 50-Year Career

"Fame and glory, we weren't going to get it. I had no expectations. It was a strange form of innocence."
Things to Do This Weekend

7 Awesome Things to Do This Weekend, 11/13

From Beauty and the Beast to intergalactic postcards, there’s something for everyone

Curtain Call: The Manhattan Transfer Rolls On While Trying to Figure Out Its Future

In the wake of founder Tim Hauser’s death, the group has a soulful Christmas

Curtain Call: TV Good Guy Richard Thomas Tackles One of the Bard’s Most Villainous Characters

Don't cut off Iago in traffic; he'll follow you home and destroy your car

One of Broadway’s Most Famous Lyricists Had a Sad, Dark Past

Which makes it perfect fodder for—a musical?

Curtain Call: Gene Kelly’s Widow Adds to her Famous Husband’s Legacy and Creates Her Own

"The show makes the absence of him more bearable. He’s present in the way that he wanted to be."

Curtain Call: Broadway Baby Elaine Stritch is Still Here With The Ladies Who Lunch

Facing mortality and life in a Detroit suburb without fear of either