The Village Voice presented its 59th annual Obie Awards, celebrating achievement in the Off-Broadway and off-off Broadway theater, at a ceremony earlier tonight at Webster Hall in Greenwich Village. The festivities were co-hosted by Tamara Tunie and Hamish Linklater. Among the presenters: Betsy Aide ... More >>
Two stars of the stage, small and big screens will co-host the 2014 Village Voice OBIE Awards on May 19 at Webster Hall (125 East 11th Street) in the East Village. Tamara Tunie, perhaps best known as the lead in the Public Theater's Troilus and Cressida (among more credits listed below) and Hamish L ... More >>
Shakespeare in the Park opens with The Comedy of Errors
In one of the more light-hearted moments in 42, a nearly-naked Ralph Branca (played by Hamish Linklater) confronts an equally near-naked Jackie Robinson (Chadwick Boseman) on the question on why he doesn't shower with the rest of the team. After a minute or so of hemming and hawing, Branca blurts ou ... More >>
Actor Hamish Linklater makes his playwriting debut
Where love doesn't mean an insult to the audience's intelligence
Alan Rickman stars in Theresa Rebeck's new Broadway comedy
This has been a really good year for tough teachers on Broadway. In Master Class, Tyne Daly played Maria Callas, the opera diva ripping her students a new one in her inimitable prima-donna style. In Venus in Fur, Nina Arianda is a mystery lady who comes to audition for writer Hugh Dancy and/or exc ... More >>
Director Evan Glodell talks breakups and homemade bombs. Plus, summer film picks.
The best of the 2010-2011 Off-Broadway theater season
The best of the Off-Broadway season
This just in. . . LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD René Buch and Repertorio Español BEST NEW AMERICAN PLAY Kristoffer Diaz, The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity (includes $1,000 prize)
Superheroes, sequels, and TWO Conans! Summer has arrived.
Both honesty and Molière go camping in David Ives's new comedy at CSC
What would you do for love?
The Public stages two Shakespeare plays in rep
Busy World's wordplay belies lofty themes; Pig Farm's just a boar