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  • The Land of Eva Longoria

    The Land of Eva Longoria

    The Golden Globe–nominated actress returns to television with the six-episode dual-language series Land of Women, premiering June 26 on Apple TV+

    It’s not much of a stretch to say that Eva Longoria is everywhere. She’s got a new show on Apple TV+, Land of Women, which launches in June. She’ll be in the fourth season of the hit series Only Murders in the Building, set to debut on Hulu in late August. ... More

  • Center Stage With Ruthie Ann Miles

    Center Stage With Ruthie Ann Miles

    After 17 months playing the Beggar Woman in the recent revival of Sweeney Todd, the actress moves to yet another Stephen Sondheim show—a concert production of A Little Night Music this June, at David Geffen Hall at Lincoln Center

    After 17 months playing the Beggar Woman in the recent revival of Sweeney Todd, Ruthie Ann Miles moves to yet another Stephen Sondheim show—a concert production of A Little Night Music this June, at David Geffen Hall at Lincoln Center. (The actress also appeared with More

  • The Brightest Light On Broadway: Ricky Ubeda

    The Brightest Light On Broadway: Ricky Ubeda

    The 28-year-old dancer stars in the Broadway production of Illinoise, now open at the St. James Theatre

    The choreographer Justin Peck first pitched Ricky Ubeda the idea for Illinoise, a dance piece set to the music of Sufjan Stevens, on a walk in Riverside Park. Ubeda, a 28-year-old dancer who won season 11 of So You Think You Can Dance, had worked ... More

  • The Brightest Light On Broadway: Sarah Pidgeon

    The Brightest Light On Broadway: Sarah Pidgeon

    The actress stars in Stereophonic, now open at the Golden Theatre after a critically acclaimed run at Playwrights Horizons last fall

    In a crowded, competitive season of theater openings, one of the year’s biggest breakouts is certainly 27-year-old actress Sarah Pidgeon. She makes her Broadway debut this month in Stereophonic, a riveting play with music by Will Butler about a band in seemingly endless recordings of the follow-up ... More

  • The Brightest Light On Broadway: Will Keen

    The Brightest Light On Broadway: Will Keen

    The Olivier award-winning actor plays Vladimir Putin in Patriots, about the rise of the Russian oligarchs, on stage now at the Barrymore Theatre

    It may have taken until 2022 for the British stage, film and television actor Will Keen to break out, and he did it as playing Vladimir Putin in Patriots by Peter Morgan (The Crown). Told from the perspective of billionaire Russian businessman Boris Berezovsky (in London played ... More

  • The Brightest Light On Broadway: Gayle Rankin

    The Brightest Light On Broadway: Gayle Rankin

    The actress plays Sally Bowles, opposite Eddie Redmayne, in the eagerly awaited revival of Cabaret at the Kit Kat Club

    A decade ago, the Juilliard-trained Scottish actress Gayle Rankin starred in the 2014 revival of Cabaret as Fräulein Kost, with Alan Cumming as the Emcee. This spring, she returns to the show in a new production as the show’s star, Sally Bowles, opposite Eddie Redmayne. Eagerly awaited from ... More

  • Catching Up With Suzan-Lori Parks

    Catching Up With Suzan-Lori Parks

    The Pulitzer Prize–winning playwright returns to the Public Theater 30 years later for the debut of her new play Sally & Tom

    Pulitzer Prize–winning playwright Suzan-Lori Parks’ first show at the Public Theater, The America Play, went up in 1994. Three decades later, she’s there presenting her 12th: Sally & Tom, a backstage story of a troupe producing a play about Sally Hemings and Thomas Jefferson. Their relationship “has ... More

  • The Brightest Light On Broadway: Celia Keenan-Bolger

    The Brightest Light On Broadway: Celia Keenan-Bolger

    The Tony award-winning actress stars in Paula Vogel's Mother Play alongside Jim Parsons and Jessica Lange at the Helen Hayes theatre this spring

    In 2018, when Second Stage Theater opened its new Broadway home at the Helen Hayes, Tony award–winning actress Celia Keenan-Bolger reconnected with playwright Paula Vogel, who won the Pulitzer in 1998 for How I Learned to Drive. “She mentioned she was writing something for me,” Keenan-Bolger recalls. “I tried not ... More

  • Room Request! The Londoner

    Room Request! The Londoner

    Inside a modern hotel perched high above the city skyline in Leicester Square

    The Londoner calls itself “the world’s first super boutique hotel,” and there’s some real truth to that. A relatively new construction located in bustling Leicester Square, just below London’s busy Chinatown and smack in the middle of the West End, it features 350 rooms across 16 stories ... More

  • The Brightest Lights On Broadway: Eden Espinosa

    The Brightest Lights On Broadway: Eden Espinosa

    The actress stars as Polish painter Tamara de Lempicka in a new musical at the Longacre Theatre

    Many theatergoers might not know that Tamara de Lempicka was a Polish art deco painter. “But they will recognize her art,” says Eden Espinosa (Rent and Wicked), who plays the artist in a new musical, Lempicka, directed by Rachel Chavkin (Hadestown). “Lempicka’s story is so layered and ... More