Mozart was "a pretty interesting, different kind of guy," says the star of Folger's 'Amadeus.'
Dan Hoy brings a powerful voice and fancy footwork to the role of Munkustrap in the touring production
The "King Cobra" star was an aspiring gay actor when he arrived in L.A., until Hollywood forced him back into the closet
Tituss Burgess drops into the Kennedy Center with a fresh concert program and some fabulous friends
From starring in 'Hamlet' at Shakespeare to directing 'Bright Colors' at Studio, all the world’s his stage. Literally.
The iconic comic riffs on current events ahead of her Nov. 3 tour stop at Strathmore
It took ten years for Rupert Everett to bring his magnificent Oscar Wilde opus, "The Happy Prince," to the screen. It was worth the wait.
"The Death and Life of John F. Donovan" actor and co-stars question Hollywood's attitudes towards LGBTQ actors
Glenn Close and Christian Slater on "The Wife," as well as the controversy surrounding Hollywood and the transgender community
In "The Miseducation of Cameron Post," the 21-year-old plays a lesbian teen who endures conversion therapy. The role provided Moretz the biggest teaching moment of...
George Takei on everything from Star Trek to Leonard Bernstein to his new cat app that pokes fun at our "fake president."
Killed off in "Orange Is the New Black," Samira Wiley wondered if she'd ever work again. The dystopia of "The Handmaid's Tale" proved otherwise --...
Vibrant and outspoken, original Wonder Woman Lynda Carter returns to the Kennedy Center to perform songs from her new album.
Michael Urie and Ryan Spahn talk candidly about their nine-year relationship and the challenges of being out in Hollywood
When Theresa Rebeck called, Kristine Nielsen dropped everything to star in Way of the World