LievSchreiber, the Reluctant Rake
Broadway Theatre News
Starring in the revival of Les Liaisons Dangereuses, Mr. Schreiber doesn’t see himself as a womanizer: It’s “an awkward, uncomfortable mismatch.”
How to Keep the ‘Great Comet’ Party Going on Broadway: Dish Out the Pierogies (and Add Josh Groban)
This show, which has previously erased the lines between performers and audience in smaller venues, enters its biggest home.
Nick Kroll and John Mulaney Kvetch Their Way to Broadway
The two funnymen stroll around Times Square in character as their aged and cantankerous alter egos in “Oh, Hello on Broadway.”
That Voice Inside Your Head? It May be His
Simon McBurney prepares a one-man show, “The Encounter,” for Broadway
For 'The Humans,' Home Is Where the Set Moves
When it reopens in the 1,031-seat Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre on Tuesday, the Tony-winning play will have resided in three Midtown theaters since October.