All the Musical Performances from the 2012 Tony Awards including ‘Once,’ ‘Newsies,’ and ‘Porgy & Bess’
You want the musical numbers from last night's Tony Awards? Well, here they are!
‘The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess’ Versus Stephen Sondheim and New York Critics: Will The Show’s Curtain Ever Rise on Broadway?
What should the producers of a show do when it has already been savaged by Stephen Sondheim, New York Times theater critic Ben Brantley, and...
‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’ Star Ellie Kemper on Her Former Improv Teacher Jon Hamm and Audition for ‘The Office’
"In terms of playing Kimmy's naive side, there is always a danger of that being grating or obnoxious for people to watch," Kemper says.
Hank Azaria on His Varied Roles: “Once you’re known for doing different things, people want you to try different things”
Azaria on his career as an actor in 'The SImpsons', 'Ray Donovan' and 'The Birdcage'
Charlie Cox on His Starring Role in Off-Broadway’s ‘Incognito’: “As an actor, I saw it as such a challenge”
"I realized I had gotten into a habit of not making eye contact, because the only thing I had done for two years is play someone who is blind" - Charlie Cox
Toby Kebbell on Motion Capture Roles: “You’re not really doing it for the glory. It’s more for the duty of performance”
I consider acting a craft. I’ve got to pay my shillings and present a masterpiece in order to get into the guild, but I’m just trying to learn what this craft is." - Toby Kebbell
Adrienne Warren on Her Tony Nomination and Playing Two Characters in Broadway’s ‘Shuffle Along’
"Someone will never hire me to just stand and sing. They will hire me to dance and sing. They will hire me to flip and sing, tap and sing. Never just stand. I'm OK with that." - Adrienne Warren