Tannis Kowalchuk’s play, which opens this month at the Cleveland Public Theatre, pulls from her experience as a stroke survivor.
A pair of robot-themed events hit the New York circuit.
The future is just a record of the past in Michael Mitnick’s ‘Ed, Downloaded.’
In ‘Somewhere,’ Matthew Lopez dramatizes the tradeoffs of gentrification in the name of the arts.
Another January welcomes some familiar players and some new hopefuls to NYC’s festival gauntlet.
In ‘Abigail/1702,’ Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa finds a familiar ‘Crucible’ character in dire straits.
Tarell Alvin McCraney and Bijan Shebani’s adaptation of the tragedy is fast and festive.
Parisian romanticism meets ‘The Twilight Zone’ in Ken Page’s ‘Café Chanson.’
Howard Brenton’s play imagines Henry VIII’s ill-fated second wife as a major player in a religious struggle.
To create Enda Walsh’s pool setting for ‘Penelope,’ Undermain Theatre is setting up shop in new digs.