Daughter becomes mother in the Irish company’s 20th-anniversary staging of Martin McDonagh’s landmark play, which now tours the U.S.
These tales of theatrical ghosts bring a new meaning to the term ‘haunted house.’
An award for John O’Neal and a stirring keynote from Anna Deavere Smith began the conference at the intersection of civil rights and theatre.
How Dallas Theater Center enriches audiences’ experience through reading.
Actors Theatre of Louisville’s latest new-play fest reflected a nation, and a field, rushing to the future, haunted by the past.
Proving that the Bard can be revered with irreverence, Folger Theatre presents a ‘lost’ play that never was.
Refreshingly unlikable female protagonists, underrepresented voices, and an array of new American plays take the stage this month.
Among the bounty of items in the Ransom Center’s exhibit about the Bard will be the assassin’s script for ‘Richard III.’
Some theatres are finding ways to coach audiences into the world of the play before the curtain ever goes up.
The Austin-based ensemble brings their latest show ‘Stop Hitting Yourself,’ inspired by the provocative novelist, to Lincoln Center Theater.