You can tell where theatre happens from its name.
Speeches by Susan Medak and Jeff Chang challenged the field to face its divisions, and our culture’s.
The conference in Stumptown kicks off with a look back and a bracing glimpse at Oregon stories.
Setting Shakespeare’s tragedy in Persia isn’t just an aesthetic choice for the Iranian-American actor; it’s an existential one.
In six plays at Open Fist Theatre, a middle-aged actor with a murdered son goes to hell (literally) and back, and many points between.
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.