US theatre

It comes as no particular surprise that Donald Trump has made it known he’d like to eliminate the National Endowment for the Arts. It...

Sam Gold’s production of Tennessee Williams’ The Glass Menagerie produced a wide range of critical responses when it opened last week, and that surely...

It’s not terribly odd, in the US, for a member of the theatre’s staff to walk on to the stage before a show and...

Last year, the most powerful statement I saw in theatre had nothing to do with what was on the stage. Instead, it was two signs displayed on the entrance...

When I first interviewed Donna McKechnie nearly 30 years ago, she was starring in a London revival of Cole Porter’s 1950s Broadway musical Can-Can....

Like many other minor theatre hacks, I’m sure, I recently allowed myself the brief, mad fantasy that I might apply for the recently vacated...

I recorded tracks for my second Broadway cast album earlier this week. That's quite remarkable when you consider I’ve never appeared in a Broadway...

Broadway welcomes a new kid on the block this week – the Hudson Theatre. Well, not new exactly, since the building has been there...

From 1944 with their first collaboration on Oklahoma! to The Sound of Music in 1959, Rodgers and Hammerstein dominated Broadway. It was only a...
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