That "Cat Person" - New Yorker Fiction Writer Kristen Roupenian Debuts her First Story Collection
It Took a Fire in My Building to Understand Marie Kondo's Method
House of Cards' Final Season Is About Women Gaining Power—at the Expense of Other Women
How Cherry Jones Illuminates The Handmaid's Tale
Introducing the Book Club That Brings the World Right to Your Door
Rise Is a High-School Musical with a Serious Mission
David Simon Doesn't Want His HBO Show, "The Deuce", To Be Sexy
Israeli Documentary "Muhi - Generally Temporary" Depicts a Gazan Boy Living in an Israeli Hospital as a Prism Through Which to View the Conflict
Silicon Valley's Thomas Middleditch Relished his Season 4 Walter White Moment
The Moth Gala with Aziz Ansari and John Turturro
Cynthia Nixon and Laura Linney Discuss Their Role Swapping in "The Little Foxes"
Is Hannah on "Girls" Meant To Be a Good Writer? A Exploration Through the Seasons
An Israeli-American Writer and Lebanese-American Composer Discuss Their Collaboration on "The Band's Visit" Musical
Hairspray Live is Figuring Out How to Perfect the Live Musical
"UnReal" and Broadway Star Denee Benton is Expanding Roles for African American Women
Hal Prince Reflects on his Broadway Career and The Business of Musicals Today
Mark Rylance, Quintessential British Actor, Created A Play Inspired By His Childhood in Wisconsin
Directing Larry David on Broadway
Ayad Akhtar, the Pulitzer Prize-Winning Writer of "Disgraced" Discusses Islam, Identity, and Jewish American Writers
prev / next