Introducing, the one, the only, Maripat Donovan. "Sister" talks about her new high-rolling (and holy rolling) play.
The Hollywood Museum celebrates the spooky history of horror films, just in time for Halloween.
It's nerves, it's excitement, fear, confidence, anger, hope, frustration and a nasty left hook all on display in Marco Ramirez's 'The Royale' playing in the White Theatre at the Old Globe in Balboa Park.
After four decades sans the Australian Ballet, the company graced Los Angeles' Dorothy Chandler Pavilion with the West Coast premiere of Graeme Murphy's rendition of 'Swan Lake.'
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.