Curtain Call: Conductor Jeffrey Kahane Offers Up Beethoven With a Side of Greek Mythology

"Anyone who knows the first two symphonies knows something happened for Beethoven to write Symphony No. 3, which was totally unlike any symphony ever written"

Curtain Call: Using Wooden Swords and Action Figures to Keep Kids Entertained

Doing battle with technology to get children unplugged and tuned into theater

Curtain Call: The Quotes That Got Away

Great comments that didn’t make the cut from some of our 2013 interviews

Curtain Call: Writer Bruce Joel Rubin Never Thought He Had a Ghost of a Chance of Working in Theater

The writer and director of "Ghost" went from being an usher at the Shubert Theatre to having a play on Broadway—and winning an Oscar

Fun Home Is Coming To L.A., and You Should Be Hamilton-Level Excited

Trust: buy tickets now before it's too late

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: Director Sheldon Epps Rethinks “Twelve Angry Men”

The jury is out on his provocative casting choices for the production now showing at the Pasadena Playhouse

Curtain Call: Evaluating the Bourne Identity After 25 Years

Director and choreographer Matthew Bourne takes a stab at "Sleeping Beauty."

See the Curtain Rise on Craig Byrd

Our Curtain Call columnist takes the stage for a talk about "An Iliad"

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

Which makes it perfect fodder for—a musical?