To reach a wide audience with her ideas, the author of ‘The Little Foxes’ and ‘Watch on the Rhine’ often resorted to lurid gimmicks. It worked for a time.
The author discusses having his novels adapted for the stage.
From an Alaskan-based storyteller to a casting director in New York City, here are some theatre workers to have on your radar.
A new play at Human Race Theatre explores the aftermath of the Connecticut elementary school shooting.
Her iconic black-and-white images of playwrights, collected in a new book, help reveal their subjects’ true selves.
All theatre is about how we get along with each other, the director believes—a useful frame for a show about apartheid.
The busy and passionate Off-Broadway director has built her career on ensembles and new work.
Above and beyond union efforts, some U.S. theatres are making better compensation a central mission.
5 theatre freelancers (and 1 administrator) open their checkbooks to explain the financial choices they make to survive.
Writers of the world, unite—and demand your free theatre seats via Playwrights Welcome.