As early as the 1930s, there were attempts to record the scores to Broadway shows. But technology made distributing those recordings in any reasonable way something of a challenge.
Paul Huntley has worked extensively on both sides of the Atlantic, in film, television, and theatre.
How Tracy Letts’ small-town city council meeting is brought to life on stage
A new series of one night only livestream readings of Broadway’s best plays to benefit The Actor’s Fund.
How the cast of Broadway’s booziest show is cocktailing in quarantine
During November’s 2008 Broadway run, David Mamet wrote a series of blog posts in the words of President Charles H.P. Smith. To celebrate the livestream, we are revisiting some of the entries.
“People who do what I do enjoy the hunt… so I got on a plane to St. Petersburg.”
“We decided we were doing Waa-Mu. No matter what.”
A typical matinee day would be bustling with tourists and activity, but today, it’s different.