How lighting designer David Lee Cuthbert used light to transport audiences to a small South American village.
How a play about an infamous pair ignited a controversy—and a conversation—about race, rape, and history.
Why Suzan-Lori Parks decided to write a play every day during Trump’s first 100 days
Theatre is reflecting our world back at us. But are we feeling it?
The Tony-winning composer explains how piracy helped propel the stage adaptation of the beloved film.
How these leaders put their stamp on long-running theatres they inherited.
In her third year on this list, ‘I and You’ playwright Lauren Gunderson has shot to the top spot.
This year’s top play is “Shakespeare in Love” by Lee Hall, based on the Oscar-winning film.
This month the ‘Malcolm’ mom will play the Stage Manager in a production with Pasadena Playhouse and Deaf West.
Downtown theatres take the worst of Harvey’s downpour, but the citywide impact runs deeper than flood water.