The former teacher and stay-at-home mother, who was born deaf, originally signed up as a consultant for the recent revival of Children of a Lesser God, but ended up in a starring role, earning a Tony nomination for her stage début.
The celebrated ballet choreographer makes his Broadway début with an acclaimed revival of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Carousel, earning a Tony nomination for his contemporary, candid dances.
After a sold-out run in London, the young British actor makes his Broadway début in the record-breaking new play Harry Potter and the Cursed Child as Albus Potter, a son dealing with the heavy legacy of his famous family name.
The British actor joins Jeremy Irons and Lesley Manville in a vivid revival of O’Neill’s classic Long Day’s Journey into Night three years after his Tony-nominated turn in Skylight.
Starring opposite Saoirse Ronan twice in one week in The Seagull and On Chesil Beach, the British actor refuses the shy away from the darker aspects of human nature, even at the risk of discovering them in himself.
After a searing breakout turn in People, Places & Things, the Irish actress makes her Broadway début as a Harper for our times in a revival of Tony Kushner’s seminal AIDS drama, earning herself a Tony nomination for her performance.
As the stage actor makes his mark in film and television, he continues to search out roles to push him to new places, including opposite Claire Danes in the new season of Homeland and opposite his real-life wife Rebecca Hall in the film Permission.
The Australian newcomer makes his television début as David Madson, ex-boyfriend and second murder victim of serial killer Andrew Cunanan, in The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story.
In her first play, the Pulitzer finalist The Wolves—now running at Lincoln Center after its première last year—the author explores the nuances and subtleties of the inner lives of a group of teenage girls with depth and perception.
With a background in East Asian studies, the young stage actor works to expand racial diversity and representation in his roles, from King George in the Hamilton to his Broadway début as the Peking opera singer-turned-spy Song Liling in Julie Taymor’s new revival of M. Butterfly.