TCG’s third plenary thought globally and celebrated locally, with Stephen Karam, Nikkole Salter, Deaf West Theatre, and more.
Why reprint a 20-year-old speech? Less to show how far we’ve come (or not) than to marvel at what a great artist still has to say to us now.
August Wilson’s widow is poised for new generations to reimagine the American Century Cycle.
Our Production Notebook feature has expanded to offer a deep dive into all aspects of stagecraft.
As ever, most of Broadway’s biggest awards will go to shows nurtured by nonprofits.
After a national search, the Bay Area daily hires a young local writer who’s shown herself to be both enthusiast and gadfly.
Though the regions’ names suggest they lack their own centers of gravity, culture helps forge a common identity in spite of war, plunder, and devastation.
Two choreographer/theoreticians, one Egyptian and one Palestinian, negotiate—and draw inspiration from—painful cultural divides.
Artists and scholars gathered this week to hear and reconsider August Wilson’s famous TCG speech about race and theatre.
His newest Broadway effort aims to tap the power of a little-remembered 1921 show that changed the American musical.