The cross-cultural play is making its move from Europe to the U.S.
Set in 1890s Cuba, the story features a young widow who runs a local pharmacy and faces decisions of personal and political dimensions.
Jacqueline E. Lawton’s new play evokes a seminal moment in the lives of two trailblazing African-American artists.
‘Uncle Tom’s Cabin: An Unfortunate History’ at Egopro Classic Theater stirs casting controversy.
Jenny Schwartz’s new play is a surrealistic reunion between two mothers.
A new production at African American Shakespeare Company has a Chitlin’ Circuit flavor.
Veteran Michael Bordner’s hip-hop infused play was inspired by his personal experience serving in Iraq.
The visual theatre company playfully presents the unusual topic with puppets.
The poetry infused play follows two ice fisherman on a frozen Minnesota lake.
The play explores the significance of objects and the inevitable morality we face.