Playwright and comedian Drew Droege discusses his award-winning show, Bright Colors, Bold Patterns, now streaming on BroadwayHD.
Set in 1860s Bangkok, The King and I tells the story of the unconventional and tempestuous relationship that develops between the King of Siam and Anna, a British schoolteacher whom the modernist King, in an imperialistic world, brings to Siam to teach his many wives and children. Starring Kelli O'Hara in a Tony Award-winning turn and Ken Watanabe, this gorgeous revival of The King and I is one for the ages!
When is a night at the theatre an act of patriotism? As America gets ready to celebrate its birthday, join Rob Seitelman for an exploration of America's contribution to theatre, and how theatre has helped to define the course of American history at key moments in our past.
This week Rob Seitelman looks at the historical and cultural context for Julius Caesar, and dissects the controversy surrounding the controversial production by The Public Theater.
By far, the best parts of the Tony Awards are the acceptance speeches given by the winners. Rob Seitelman discusses the way in which artists connect deeply with the people and institutions that nurture and support them throughout their career.
Why bother with theatre when the house is on fire? Rob Seitelman discusses the role theatre plays for a culture in conflict and emergency.
Irving Berlin's Holiday Inn is a "musical-joy machine" featuring more than 20 of the most beloved songs from the Irving Berlin catalogue, including "Blue Skies," "Steppin' Out With My Baby," "Shaking the Blues Away," "Easter Parade," "Happy Holiday," "White Christmas" and "Heatwave." Universal Stage Productions and Ghostlight Records have previously collaborated on the recording of the Tony nominated Best Musical Bring It On: The Musical, and Ghostlight Records previously recorded Roundabout Theatre Company's critically acclaimed productions of She Loves Me, The Robber Bridegroom, Anything Goes and Everyday Rapture.
Rob Seitelman explores some of the fascinating history and artistic culture of "Off-Broadway" -- land of dangerous, edgy shows and birthplace of some of Broadway's most colossal hits (ahem, Hamilton).
Not paying for production rights is nothing new nor uncommon. Let’s take a brief look at how to properly attain production rights for shows.
In an excerpt from an NEA interview, Holland waxes poetic on the process of creating Ann and what it's like to be an artist.
Looking for a theatrical destination this summer? Head to some of these festivals all around the US.