International visitors plunge into the nation’s roiling zeitgeist at this year’s fest.
Jacqueline E. Lawton’s new play evokes a seminal moment in the lives of two trailblazing African-American artists.
Domingo talks about ‘Wild with Happy,’ which he wrote and will star in at TheatreWorks in Mountain View, Calif. this summer.
Running away this summer? Don’t forget your passport—and our annual listing of more than 200 theatre festivals happening around the world.
‘Uncle Tom’s Cabin: An Unfortunate History’ at Egopro Classic Theater stirs casting controversy.
Jenny Schwartz’s new play is a surrealistic reunion between two mothers.
From California to India, the women of this ensemble live all around the world, but are connected by a common love of Indian dance.
Small companies are hitting the road—and playing by their own rules.
The New York theatre has kept its focus on making new plays, in good times and bad.
A new production at African American Shakespeare Company has a Chitlin’ Circuit flavor.