Al Pacino will return to Broadway in the world premiere of "China Doll," a new play by David Mamet.
The classic tale of a poor girl who gets a magical makeover and meets the man of her dreams is updated for a new generation.
The Boston Playwrights' Theatre helps Deidre Girard tell the story of a woman who must write a controversial article about the historic Puritan Hannah Dustin. This play is a fully-mounted production, involves some of the best actors in Boston.
Huntington Theatre Company's theatrical adaptation struggles only partly under the burden of celebrity. For the most part, the talented cast in this restatement of one of the seminal race relations films of the 1960s stands on its own.
Tony Award-winning actor Billy Porter opens up about his latest stint as playwright on the semi-autobiographical play "While I Yet Live."
Robert Patrick is the author of "Kennedy's Children" and "The Haunted Host," one of America's oldest gay plays, now celebrating its 50th anniversary. He opens up about his colorful past in this interview.
Martin Sherman's Holocaust drama "Bent" is one of the most influential gay plays of the last half-century in the way that it brings gay characters and history into the mainstream. We speak to Sherman about "Bent" and about his life creating theatre.