Inspired by a Facebook post by Holly Hughes, feminist performance artists plan creative protests for next Monday.
All theatre is about how we get along with each other, the director believes—a useful frame for a show about apartheid.
Sholem Asch’s groundbreaking 1906 play, the subject of the Broadway-bound ‘Indecent,’ gets a new Yiddish revival.
How does Lucas Hnath’s play about conflict in a megachurch fit Theater J’s mission? Adam Immerwahr explains.
Christopher Bayes and Steven Epp keep the Jeune Lune flame burning with a fresh, improvisatory take on an old chestnut.
In adapting an old mother/daughter drama into a musical, Quiara Alegría Hudes added not only songs but new layers and context.
In his version of the grim fairy tale for 24th Street Theatre, Bryan Davidson adds music and human dimension.
A new stage adaptation of Charles Johnson’s novel ‘Middle Passage’ sets sail in Chicago.
Richard Nelson’s newest cycle of plays views the presidential election through a painfully personal lens.
Shelagh Delaney’s 1958 drama about abandonment was looking a bit left behind itself, until two new revivals came along.