TAKING A STAND
Bryan Cranston Calls Out Trump at the Tonys
Audra McDonald and Michael Shannon’s Brilliant Broadway Heat
In an excellent revival of Terrence McNally’s ‘Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune,’ Audra McDonald and Michael Shannon play the horny if damaged odd couple beautifully.
How Heidi Schreck Made a Broadway Hit From The Constitution
Heidi Schreck tells Tim Teeman how ‘What The Constitution Means To Me’ went from off-Broadway to Tony nominee, why President Trump isn’t welcome, and her plans for a movie version.
John Cameron Mitchell: ‘We’re Trapped Rats in Trump’s Cage’
‘Hedwig’ creator John Cameron Mitchell tells Tim Teeman about his father’s bisexuality, his parents’ Alzheimer’s, the deaths of his partner and brother, and LGBT life under Trump.
Tony Award Nominations: Change Is Coming to Broadway—Slowly
The Tony nominations of ‘Choir Boy,’ ‘What The Constitution Means to Me,’ and ‘Gary’ show Broadway is changing. Then there’s the best play lockout of ‘Mockingbird’ and ‘Network.’
Kevin Spacey’s Grotesque Video Shows How Little He’s Learned
Kevin Spacey's bizarre video, blurring the lines between his ‘House of Cards’ character and the real-life accusations of sexual assault against him, is as creepy as it is defiant.
Kristin Chenoweth Looks Back on ‘Wicked,’ 15 Years Later
Fifteen years after it opened on Broadway, the original Glinda remembers the making of the hit musical and reflects on how the experiences—both good and bad—changed her life.
Billy Porter’s Fight for Survival: ‘I Can Breathe Again’
The Tony-winning Broadway vet knew he had to be on ‘Pose.’ He lived it. From surviving sexual abuse and the AIDS crisis to finding his voice and true love, Billy Porter tells all.