Harold Prince

For “Falsettos” star Brandon Uranowitz, only an authentic life is worth living.
But when you have a story that goes from Westphalia to Constantinople by way of Montevideo with a dozen other stops in between
One story I enjoy sharing is about the staging of "Glitter and Be Gay" in our production. We were in an environmental set
If you like your shows with glorious music in the air and a dollop of schlag atop the café viennois, you are sure to float away from your visit to She Loves Me on a silver-laced cloud.
"I like plays that feel like somebody took a fun house mirror and put it up to the real world, and it's sort of reflecting back a version of it to you. I find that, in looking at that reflection, you can start to understand a little more about your life."
For a change of pace, today I'm offering you a series of random theater-related thoughts. None of which could take up a post on its own, but together they seem worthy.
By 1959 when Tennessee Williams got around to presenting Sweet Bird of Youth on Broadway, as directed by Elia Kazan and starring
Ever since the Stephen Sondheim-George Furth-Harold Prince Merrily We Roll Along opened in 1981, rolling along merrily is one thing it hasn't done.
In a theater-going era when anything with assumed marquee value is trussed up for consumer consumption, it's a treat to recall something that -- for the abundance of high-quality theater craft it contains -- truly deserves enthusiastic applause.
For most people, the holiday season is over and done with. Christmas decorations have been put back into storage and the tree has been disposed of. But for arts entrepreneurs the situation is quite different.
Most people in the opera world agree that productions televised as part of the Live From Lincoln Center, Live From The Met
Judged by some compromised standards, Love Never Dies is not the metaphorical crashing chandelier it's reputed to be.