Curtain Call: Playwright Terrence McNally Talks about Taking Risks, L.A. Theater, and the State of Broadway
The artist Michaelangelo said, “The greatest risk to man is not that he aims too high and misses, but that he aims too low and hits.” That's never been a problem for Terrence McNally (Master Class, Ragtime); taking risks has been his primary motivation throughout a more than four-decade career.
"If I conduct the 'Torreador Song' during Tallis, we’ve got problems."
For their latest production, For the Record co-creators Shane Scheel and Christopher Lloyd Bratten have completely revamped one of their earlier shows, a celebration of Baz Luhrmann's movies.
Everyone finds their own path to the music of George and Ira Gershwin. For Michael Feinstein, it was because of a psychic.
In a new play at the Geffen, a successful professor finds that her intellectual approach to life has left her without the one thing she really wants—a meaningful relationship.
The woman who originated the role of Glinda in Wicked will finally make her debut as a Hollywood Bowl headliner.
Dancer/Choreographer Spencer Liff discusses the process of turning a hit film into a Broadway musical
L.A.’s celebrated Bob Baker Marionette Theater is hanging by a string. After half a century, this may be its final Nutcracker.
Editor-in-Chief Mary Melton remembers a childhood spent in the theater department