With so many academic programs cranking out new designers, what exactly are we training them for—and how?
An interview with David Henry Hwang about his play ‘Yellow Face.’
Older, wiser and as prolific as ever, the much-honored playwright still chooses his words with immaculate care.
Actors in search of their distinctive voices create a new brew from ingredients they’ve gathered over time.
Eight master acting teachers investigate the crucial balance between classroom rigor and personal discovery.
Writers forging their way into quirky new territory are her cup of tea.
An interview with Young Jean Lee about her play ‘Songs of the Dragons Flying to Heaven.’
In a roundtable discussion, leaders in the field discuss how learning to keep theatre organizations robust and creative requires putting together disparate pieces.
A profile of the producing director of Theatre de la Jeune Lune in Minneapolis.
A profile of the associate general manager of Boston’s Huntington Theatre Company.