Time Out New York’s longtime theatre editor leaves a legacy of incision and advocacy, and has no plans to go silent.
If you can gauge a nation’s health by its theatre, China looks vital, youthful—and ambivalent.
The legendary Taiwanese writer/director looks back on his long career, and discusses how American theatre compares to Chinese theatre.
The longtime Newsday fixture—for decades New York’s only female first-string theatre critic—says she’s resigning, not retiring.
Arts journalism is fighting for its life, but it’s well past time to invite new voices to join the fray.
The writer/performer’s new show at Dixon Place promises a carnival ride through a memoir’s revelations.
How the actor keeps it real at the center of a stunning new staging of O’Neill’s stylized 1922 drama.
Martin Sherman’s new play takes stock of a generational shift in attitudes as disorienting as it is heartening.
Why did The New York Times hire another white guy to be their new co-chief theatre critic? He plans to work hard to show us why.
Where would Broadway be without the nation’s nonprofit theatres? It’s impossible to say, so intertwined are their fortunes.