Tony Kushner and Jeanine Tesori’s musical, with its Confederate-monument subplot, will get an unexpectedly timely revival.
A new musical tells the tale of Albert Cashier, a Union soldier who was born a woman but fought—and lived—as a man.
Virginia Rep’s new show for kids takes inspiration from the iconic ‘I think I can’ tale, whose roots are deeper than even its makers knew.
Cry Havoc Theater responded to last year’s police killings with a docu-theatre piece about violence and healing.
Karen Hartman’s newest play was inspired by a controversial court for former prostitutes and those who run it.
Artists from the U.S. and London are adapting Ibsen’s play about a town with poisoned water in a town that is still in the throes of the same issue.
Remy Bumppo Theatre Company and Silk Road Rising coproduce Tanika Gupta’s cross-cultural Dickens adaptation.
In her newest play, Ziegler explores university sexual assault and the often murky concept of consent.
In six plays at Open Fist Theatre, a middle-aged actor with a murdered son goes to hell (literally) and back, and many points between.
The Nigerian-American playwrights puts ‘Sojourners’ and ‘Her Portmanteau’ into rep and talks about the other 7 in the cycle.