This week’s guest is chairman of the NEA Jane Chu, who discusses arts funding and ‘South Pacific.’ Plus, highlights from the TCG National Conference in Cleveland and a discussion of the new Kilroy’s list.
This week, teacher/performer/author Kameron Steele stops by to talk about a new book of Suzuki’s writing, and the editors argue about the Tonys and Bitter Lemons’ pay-for-reviews gambit.
This week’s guest is Laura Kepley, artistic director of this year’s Regional Tony winner Cleveland Play House. She talks about why Cleveland is the next big arts town—and where to find a good craft beer.
This week’s guest is playwright Qui Nguyen, who is also the artistic director of Vampire Cowboys. He discusses his post-Vietnam War comedy ‘Vietgone,’ the origin of the term geek theatre and how to write a strong female character.
It’s our second annual Humana critics roundtable! We sit down with three theatre critics to discuss what they liked or didn’t like about this year’s Humana Festival programming, and why you should see more new plays.
Chicago-based actor Michael Patrick Thornton discusses working with Will Eno on ‘Title and Deed’ at Lookingglass Theatre Company and working as a disabled actor in the American theatre.
Playwright/Pulitzer-finalist Rolin Jones talks about “These Paper Bullets!” his Beatles and Shakespeare-inspired musical, and his new theatre company New Neighborhood.
Tracy Liz Miller and Brenda Jean Foley of the Bridge Initiative talk about achieving gender parity in Arizona, plus more season announcements and what you should read in the April 2015 issue of ‘American Theatre.’
We say goodbye to a longtime magazine staffer, and talk seasons and musicals.
The L.A. 99-Seat Theatre wars get a full airing with special guest Isaac Butler, and the editors have some recommendations.