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PopEntertainment.com > Feature Stories and Interviews - Theater

THEATER FEATURE STORIES AND INTERVIEWS

Mahershala Ali-The House of Cards and Hunger Games star hits Broadway with the controversial drama Smart People.

Samantha Banks and her cohorts bring the classic Broadway musical Les Misérables to the big screen.
Craig Bierko-Hopes luck will be a lady for his Broadway revival of the classic musical Guys and Dolls.

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Eric Bogosian-Actor, writer and concert performer discusses his career and the rise of the talkers.
The Book of Mormon-The creators of South Park and Avenue Q unite for the craziest Broadway smash yet!
Jonatha Brooke turns personal tragedy into life-affirming art with My Mother Has 4 Noses.
Jessica Collins-The actress lives her life on The Nine.

Anna Deavere Smith-The actress, writer and professor pays tribute to some fascinating lives with her one-woman show Notes from the Field.

Rosemarie DeWitt-The career of the star of the series Standoff is breaking out.
George Dzundza-the veteran character actor talks about his work on the TV series Hack and his career.
Bo Eason-The former Houston Oiler looks back at a life on the gridiron in the hit Off-Broadway show Runt of the Litter.
Zac Efron and Nikki Blonsky get out the kinks in Hairspray.
Neil Gaiman-The graphic novelist takes on the big screen with the adaptation of his epic Stardust.
Judy Gold-The comedienne lives her life as a sitcom in the off Broadway one-woman hit The Judy Show.
Christopher Hampton-the adaptation specialist gets an Oscar Nomination for his work on Atonement.
Valerie Harper-America's favorite upstairs neighbor steps onto Golda's Balcony.
Neil Patrick Harris, Josh Radnor, Cobie Smulders and Alyson Hannigan-The stars of How I Met Your Mother go back to the bar that inspired the show.
André Holland discusses bringing August Wilson's Jitney to the Broadway stage and his role in the Oscar-nominated Moonlight.

Anthony Hopkins-An acting legend breaks the speed barrier in The World's Fastest Indian.
Allison Janney-The actress keeps herself very busy with the hit Broadway musical 9 to 5 and the new film Away We Go.
Leslie Jordan-The proudly out and about character actor celebrates over two decades of being Hollywood's go-to effete mama's boy.
Collins Key brings magic up-to-date for a whole new generation.
Perry King-A Hollywood survivor balances acting with real life.
Frank Langella-The acclaimed actor and Broadway actor brings his portrayal of a disgraced President to the big screen in Frost/Nixon.
Jude Law-A movie star is up for one of theater's most prestigious awards.
Rachael Lawrence loves making I Hate My 30s.

Harry Lennix explores the world of Shakespeare in H4 and stars in the new hit series The Blacklist.

Laura Linney-The two-time Oscar nominated actress takes on horror in The Exorcism of Emily Rose.
Tony Lo Bianco-A venerable Hollywood tough guy pays theatrical tribute to a legendary Big Apple mayor - again - with The Little Flower!
Joe Mantegna-The respected actor speaks about a career that has led him from Mamet to Joan of Arcadia.
Eric McCormack (2012 interview) takes on a very different role to change our Perception.
Eric McCormack (2013 interview)-We have a meeting of the minds with the actor about the second season of Perception.
Mary McCormack plays a tough Federale in the cable series In Plain Sight.
Martin McDonagh-The controversial Irish playwright makes the jump to film with In Bruges.
Christopher McDonald-A consummate character actor returns to Broadway in the hit show Lucky Guy.
Sienna Miller (2009 Interview) balances stage and screen and tries to solve The Mysteries of Pittsburgh.
Helen Mirren-Acting royalty plays The Queen.
Kathy Najimy-Actress, mom, activist; it's all part of life for the voice of Peggy on King of the Hill.
Bebe Neuwirth-The Broadway baby and Cheers icon releases her first CD Porcelain.
New York Metro Vocal Arts Ensemble-bringing opera to the masses.
 
Lesley Nicol-Gives us a tour of the servants' quarters at Downton Abbey.

David Oyelowo-The Oscar-nominated actor tells us about going from Selma to A United Kingdom.

Mary-Louise Parker comes out of the Weeds to play the mom in The Spiderwick Chronicles.

Carra Patterson discusses bringing August Wilson's Jitney to the Broadway stage.
James Pickens, Jr.-The veteran actor discusses his career and his TV  series, The Lyon's Den.
Jeremy Piven-The hottest fictional agent in Hollywood pays tribute to his theatrical past.
Aidan Quinn-The veteran actor looks at immigration in the drama Dark Matter.
Colin Quinn- Comedy Central's Tough Crowd host talks about comedy, political correctness and surviving in show biz.
Josh Radnor-Have you met the star of the sitcom How I Met Your Mother?
Michael Rapaport-One of the busiest supporting actors in Hollywood takes the lead of the sitcom The War at Home.
Jonathan Rhys Meyers-The Irish actor anchors director Woody Allen's return to form with Match Point.
Krysta Rodriguez-The Broadway singer and actress takes us on a First Date.
Henry Rollins on the life of a driven renaissance man.
Emmy Rossum-After taking on Hollywood and succeeding, the young actress shows her artistic range with her debut album.
Mark Ruffalo, Peter Krause, Laura Dern & John Curran on the film We Don't Live Here Anymore.
Hiroyuki Sanada-The legendary Japanese actor conquers the world with Helix and 47 Ronin.
Peter Sarsgaard balances stage and screen and tries to solve The Mysteries of Pittsburgh.
Matt Sax-A theatrical triple-threat (actor, singer, songwriter) comes home to New York with his new musical Venice.
Rebecca Schull-A sitcom favorite ponders life on the stage.

Duncan Sheik-The 90s hitmaker reinvents himself as composer of the hit Broadway play Spring Awakening and the follow-up Whisper House.
Sarah Silverman-The outrageous comedienne provokes with her film Jesus is Magic.
Henry Simmons-The star of NYPD Blue and Shark helps bring Los Angeles a new theatrical playground.
United Stages-Helping to keep off-off-Broadway viable.
Frankie Valli-The original Jersey Boy releases his first new album in 28 years.
A Very Brady Musical-Lloyd Schwartz and Hope Juber give a new twist to the family business.
Christopher Walken-The sanest man in Hollywood on his film Around the Bend.
Benjamin Walker becomes the latest great white hope for the Great White Way with the hit Broadway musical Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson.
John Walter-The documentary filmmaker looks at the link between theater and war through the eyes of Bertold Brecht and Meryl Streep.
Barry Williams-Here's the story of a guy who played Greg Brady.
Tom Wopat-This good ol' boy left Hazzard County behind for the lights of Broadway.

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