Whose life is it, anyway? That’s the ethical question that bedevils “Whorl Inside a Loop,” a meta-theater piece by Dick Scanlan and Sherie Rene Scott based on the experiences of a Broadway actress…
Sherie Rene Scott
“Whorl Inside a Loop,” the latest stage show by Dick Scanlan and Broadway fave Sherie Rene Scott, will round out the 2014-15 season at Second Stage Theater, the New York nonprofit that produced…
For a moment, first-nighters at the world preem of David Auburn's "The Columnist" didn't know if it was Grace Gummer or Mamie Gummer walking Billy Crudup down the aisle of the Samuel J. Friedman…
Laura Benanti is the latest woman to join Lincoln Center Theater's upcoming tuner version of "Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown."
For actors there's often an epiphany, a realization that suddenly makes every element of a performance fall into place.
"Fela!" and "La Cage aux Folles" top the list of 2010 Tony Award nominations with eleven nods a piece. "Fences" notched ten.
Defunct Broadway tuner "Ragtime" and Off Broadway musical "The Scottsboro Boys" topped the list of nominations for the 2010 Drama Desk Awards with nine noms apiece.
An unpredictable voyage of spiritual reflection.
There are lots of questions to ponder while being otherwise unengaged by Disney's new stage version of "The Little Mermaid." How can a merman and a squid be brother and sister? How does King Triton…
John Guare is one of those "magic writers" who listens to the gabbling voices of his unconscious, jotting down whatever surreal images float to the surface and then bundling them up into something…
Just for Variety: "It's like guerilla filmmaking," Hank Azaria says Showtime's "Huff" troupe was told as they readied to start filming Monday night in Tijuana. "It'll be some 'run and shoot,'" he…