Special Reports

Stephen Schwartz Plays Favorites: The Composer Reveals His 7 Most Beloved Tunes
Schwartz celebrates his 70th birthday with a Dramatists Guild Foundation concert on April 23.
Point-Counterpoint: Do Audiences Need to Be a Part of the Show?
Our critics debate the benefits and drawbacks of immersive theater.
Finding Henry V in All Five Boroughs of New York
Zenzi Williams takes on a king and reminds us that "all things are ready, if our mind be so."
The 6 Broadway Musicals of Leonard Bernstein
From West Side Story to Candide, Bernstein's scores mixed verve with sophistication.
Sharon Washington Turns Storyteller Into Subject in Feeding the Dragon
The actor-playwright opens the book on her life in her solo show.
From Roommates to Collaborators on Dido of Idaho
Playwright Abby Rosebrock and actor Layla Khosh share their versions of how each inspired the other (along with some fateful avocado toast).
The 7 Best Musicals for High Schools
These are the shows that are sure to get a standing ovation in the auditorium.
5 Ways We Can Make It Women's Day on Broadway Every Day
Tina Fey, Jeanine Tesori, Renée Elise Goldsberry, and more #WomenOfBroadway brainstorm solutions for Broadway's gender imbalance.
The 10 Most Exciting Shows in New York This Spring
These are the plays and musicals on and off Broadway that everyone will be talking about in the coming months.
Celia Mei Rubin on How She Gives Back on the Road
The Chicago actor talks about balancing community service with a tour schedule.