From Marietta to Manhattan and back again, Shuler Hensley reflects on Broadway successes
Review: Magical and innocent, Cathy Rigby’s “Peter Pan” still summons our inner child
Review: Josh Young and Caroline Bowman star in a revival of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s 1979 Broadway smash, "Evita," with a strong cast worth celebrating.
“South Park” meets Broadway in “The Book of Mormon,”
Puppetry Arts brings macabre tales of Edgar Allan Poe into dazzling and vivid focus
Review: “The Producers,” high-octane classic of musical comedy, delivers good old-fashioned laughs
Pearl Cleage on her new play, “What I Learned in Paris.”
Playwright Pearl Cleage to be part of the Alliance's annual Collision Project, which brings together local teenagers with a celebrated playwright to create an original production.
“Assistance” is one in a series of plays based on the Seven Deadly Sins.
“Lady Lay,” on a woman’s transformation by Bob Dylan