We chat with the Emmy Award-winning Executive Producer of FRIENDS about his career and directing theater for the screen.
It's hard to decide what's the ultimate theater destination -- is it Broadway, or is it the West End? Learn more about the West End and its history.
It's almost March 15 and we know what that means -- watch your back. The Ides of March are upon us!
Politics are always tumultuous, and theater is a great medium to inspire audiences to act and become part of the process.
February marks Black History Month, and we salute the artists who have shaped black theater since the Harlem Renaissance.
If you're against all things Valentine's Day, here's a watch list for you! All of the best anti-love musicals and plays BroadwayHD has to offer.
With an explorer's beard and dashing smile, Wade McCollum effortlessly transformed into Sir Ernest Shackleton before our very eyes. See what he had to say about being part of Ernest Shackleton Loves Me.
February is Black History Month, and we take a look at the importance of black artists to the theatrical arts.
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.