Will Eno shares an elliptical e-mail conversation with fellow playwright about his play.
In the no-man’s-land between workshops and professional premieres, a university production can be just what a new play needs.
In 1919, actors shut down Broadway, won an eight-show week and scored a major victory for American labor.
With a spate of new plays depicting the newest revolution in marriage rights, playwrights and producers ponder their role in the drama.
With ‘After the Revolution,’ ‘4000 Miles’ and ‘Belleville,’ this young, Yale-educated playwright shows equal parts ambition and nuance, teeth and sympathy.
In the midst of publishing two definitive books about his lyrics, the musical theatre master ponders his accomplishments, his way of working, and the form and future of the American musical.
Rounding out their first year since graduation, members of ART’s class of 1995 find reading and spirituality at the center of their new lives as actors.
Now graduated and out working as actors, members of ART’s class of 1995 find themselves walking the fine line between personal choice and professional serendipity.
An ART graduating class hits the pavement of NYC.
Masked ritual folk theatre is becoming more prevalent in the country’s interior provinces.