“A Strange Loop” leads the Tony nominations. But with strong competition, Tim Teeman and Kevin Fallon discuss which Broadway plays, musicals, and performers will prevail on Sunday.
Sarah Silverman is known for the confrontation and profanity of her comedy. A musical adaptation of her memoir, “The Bedwetter,” shows how it began in spot-on early ’80s costume.
Sunday’s 75th Tony Awards are closely contested, featuring big names up against debut performers. Anonymous voters reveal their picks, and who is set to win the battle of Broadway.
Michael Oberholtzer discusses his Tony Award nomination joy, his upset over the video of him naked in Broadway play “Take Me Out,” and how hunger helps him play a seething bigot.
In James Ijames’ reimagining of “Hamlet,” a Black family gathers at a backyard barbecue—and the tragedy of Shakespeare is replaced by something witty, moving, and life affirming.
Gabby Beans on her Broadway debut in “The Skin of Our Teeth” and Tony Award nomination, fighting racism, choosing between neuroscience and acting, and acting next to a brachiosaur.
James Ijames tells us about why his Pulitzer may change his life, how “Fat Ham” reinvents “Hamlet,” confronting prejudice in theater, and his next play and first novel.