Gillian Laub


Daphne Rubin-Vega Talks to MJ Rodriguez About Her “Wild-Ass Ride”

September 7, 2021

The actors discuss “Rent,” creating a legacy for younger generations, and the power of their ancestors.


Bernadette Peters and Lin-Manuel Miranda on the Privilege of Creativity

September 6, 2021

The Tony winners discuss Broadway, enduring moments of doubt, and the biggest difference between television and theater.


Tonya Pinkins and Karen Olivo Are Envisioning New Worlds

September 3, 2021

The Tony winners on the importance of controlling the narrative, the evolution of Broadway, and why creativity is just like sex.


Audra McDonald and Leslie Odom Jr. Have a Reunion for the Ages

September 2, 2021

The Tony Award winners discuss Broadway, championing for diversity behind the scenes, and how the past year has ushered in a new era.


Patti LuPone Is Anxious and Emotional About Broadway’s Return

September 1, 2021

The stage and screen legend talks to her “Company” director Marianne Elliott about returning to the theater, her wild days at Julliard, and why “actor” is a dirty word. 


Senator Amy Klobuchar Makes Her Antitrust Case to Jamie Lee Curtis

April 12, 2021

“I am literally taking on the biggest companies the world has ever known.”

We Sent a Photographer to Prom Night in South Florida

April 11, 2019

Photographer Gillian Laub went south to capture that moment in every high schooler’s life when doing the most is a rite of passage.

Planned Parenthood Head Leana Wen and Chelsea Clinton are Tired of Women’s Health Being a Game

February 20, 2019

After moving into her new Manhattan headquarters, Planned Parenthood’s new leader sat down with Chelsea Clinton to assess the state of reproductive rights.

A no-nonsense conversation between Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Kerry Washington

September 5, 2018

As the country barrels toward the midterm elections, the 28-year-old Democratic Socialist’s campaign has become the playbook for how to effect change in a post–Donald Trump landscape: knock on doors, speak truth to power, and stand for what’s “right and good.”