The Shanghai International Arts Festival showed off new forms, hybrids—and new entrepreneurial enthusiasm.
The megahit of the moment, like many revolutionary popular works, has strong roots in musical theatre’s past.
Tim Federle, author of ‘Better Nate Than Ever,’ talks about his journey from chorus boy to cowriter of the musical ‘Tuck Everlasting.’
The founder of the brand new development hub opens up about the company’s and her own gestation.
The director likes to walk on theatre’s wild side, but can he keep the show going at NYC’s Flea Theater?
Going beyond just projecting videos, new hybrid works like ‘Helen Lawrence’ and ‘The Return’ are live events mediated by digital technology.
Jeremy Gable’s ‘The 15th Line’ gathered attention as a Twitter play in 2010. Now Erin Mee is bringing it back.
From Provincetown to New Orleans, Williams fests cover a wide range of the playwright’s works and influences.
As producers at LaMama learned with their triple ‘Tempest’ series, arranging for foreign artists to perform on U.S. soil can be a stormy process.
Several books tell the rich history of New York’s commercial theatre district from a variety of angles. What about its future?