The door to professionalism has cracked open. Will the Tennessee city’s artists and audiences step through?
The actor/playwright speaks explains how her play about Zimbabwe’s colonial history is surprisingly personal.
His increasingly popular works run the gamut from hilarious to heartfelt, with a touch of macabre.
Designers and seasoned photographers unite to produce, of all things, a new paper magazine.
The Chicago adapter/director seems like a natural choice to turn the beloved ‘Jungle Book’ into a stage musical, but that doesn’t mean it’s been easy.
At Alabama Shakespeare Festival’s annual gathering, new plays grow with a distinctly regional flair.
A roundup of exciting theatre happenings from Western Europe to the land Down Under.
“Sleep No More” may be all the rage, but stateside companies such as Third Rail Projects, Bricolage Production Company, and La Jolla Playhouse are creating works that let audiences break the rules.
Theatre Communications Group’s Cuba Exploratorium trip visited the Carribean island for World Theatre Day.
The solo show is staged at the American University of Iraq-Sulaimani.