Tony Kushner and Jeanine Tesori’s musical, with its Confederate-monument subplot, will get an unexpectedly timely revival.
Kids’ theatre is a big tent, not a sideshow, but TYA/USA’s new leader craves more specificity and clarity about its mission and impact.
A Hartford troupe makes original short plays by, for, and about teens, but the real performance may be in the talkbacks.
A Potter-esque stage romp casts a spell Off-Broadway—just don’t call it a parody.
From the first interracially cast ‘Othello’ to the founding of our longest-running queer troupe, this was a memorable month for theatre.
Writing is a solitary pursuit, but not for a week each year on this idyllic Midwestern campus.
A week at Moscow’s Golden Mask Festival shows that theatre is popular in Russia—but with popularity comes scrutiny.
In today’s 140-character culture, dialogue and a recognition of nuance are more important than ever.
A new musical tells the tale of Albert Cashier, a Union soldier who was born a woman but fought—and lived—as a man.
Playwriting as a lifeline in prison, changes in Chinese theatre, and the crisis of criticism.