Obviously, theatre’s gender gap has a long history. Less obvious: so do plays by women.
Appropriation is about more than facepaint; it’s about pretending that minority cultures are metaphors or fantasy worlds or backdrops for white narratives.
For the busy director, who also heads the TEAM, theatre is a continual search for the miraculous.
The longtime publisher of the Washington City Paper will step in as the leader of the service organization.
Finalists for the George Freedley Memorial Award for theatre books includes a pair of biographies: Tennessee Williams, and Henry and Emily Folger.
The season includes a A. Rey Pamatmat world premiere, a new play by Nandita Shenoy, and the return of a favorite by Lloyd Suh.
Ayad Akhtar’s ‘Disgraced,’ a new entry, tops the list, alongside other new entries and some returning favorites.
This year’s top playwright won a Pulitzer for his first play (and we published it).
This week, Paula Vogel sits down for a Manhattan and some conversation about MFA programs, artists’ compensation, and her newest play “Indecent.” Plus the editors talk Lucas Hnath’s “The Christians” and other religion-themed plays.
Using a neon sign and pervasive sound design, the creative team at the Jungle Theatre took a dreamscape approach to Sam Shepard’s classic.