Jen Silverman’s dark comedy may be inspired by Victorian novels, but its skewering of gender and class is unapologetically modern.
The legendary Method company is still home, she says, for those who want to dig deep and surprise themselves.
How Maria Irene Fornes shaped ‘Fefu and Her Friends,’ from a 1977 interview.
As Anne and Don Alsedek step down from the company they founded in 1983, they look back on a legacy of education and slow but steady growth.
The stars of the Nick Payne play at Los Angeles’s Geffen Playhouse talk about returning to the stage.
The author of ‘Wild’ and ‘Tiny Beautiful Things’ is the keynote speaker at the 2017 Theatre Communications Group national conference in Portland.
The three directors discuss what it means to be women working in musicals on Broadway—and getting Tonys for it.
Setting Shakespeare’s tragedy in Persia isn’t just an aesthetic choice for the Iranian-American actor; it’s an existential one.
In Claire Lizzimore’s new play at Atlantic, Hall has just the sort of workout she looks for: playing a woman whose life is coming apart.
The star is breaking out of her familiar type in the new musical about World War II veterans.