Alex Sharpe, a recent Julliard graduate, plays Christopher Boone, the young, autistic hero of the Broadway play, "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time." Sharpe says the role has been a life-altering experience — and not just as an actor.
Actor, writer, director, drag performer — Taylor Mac has become one of America's brightest and boldest theatre artists. A new piece looks at the history of American popular music through Mac's unique style of interpretation and performance.
Millions of people know the George Bernard Shaw play, Pygmalion, thanks to its movie adaptation, My Fair Lady. But the Hollywood version could never have happened without a change that Shaw hated — a happy ending.
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