When set designer Rob Howell is asked whether or not he is good at Scrabble, he replies with a laugh. “I can be but only if it’s at the Shubert Theatre and I have 5,000 tiles to play with.”Read More >
Sitting in a Broadway theatre and waiting for the houselights to go down, most audience members don’t usually think about who designed the theatre or what other shows have appeared on that stage.
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Rocky on stage? Like many others involved with this project, director Alex Timbers was initially skeptical. “It sounded like it might be a spoof on Forbidden Broadway— you think of a kick line of boxers or something like that!”Read More >
With the Broadway season in full swing, much of the attention is on the musicals and plays that are the heart of the Great White Way. But there’s so much to do in the Theatre District before or after a performance.Read More >
Peter and the Starcatcher is a play about flight. No, not flying. Rather it’s about the flight of imagination taken by the creative team in crafting the show, and by audiences that open themselves up to the magical journey.Read More >
“Performing on Broadway is such a great honor for an actor,” Bloom says. “It’s terrifying, yet that is also what makes it so exciting and rewarding.”Read More >