How the Pasadena company’s staging of Molière’s choppy late play found its shape, from its wigs on down to its bodily fluids.
Alice Childress’s seldom-produced interracial love story, though set a century ago, gave off fresh sparks at the Intiman.
How this West Virginia new-play fest builds and rides an annual new-play repertory carousel.
Gabrielle Reisman unearths up-to-the-minute issues—and some comic gold—in her time-hopping play about the Johnstown Flood.
Chicago’s Victory Gardens Theater scored an election-year win with a play about Hillary Clinton’s 2008 campaign.
Actors Theatre of Louisville brought ordinary reality to new heights in Ruhl’s latest play, which is a tribute to her mother.
Salt Lake Acting Company teamed up with Flying Bobcat Theatrical Laboratory and the Red Fred Project to stage a young boy’s book.
Play’s the thing in creating theatre for toddlers, as this Omaha company learned in staging a gentle, rangy poetry anthology.
Florida Studio Theatre gambled that Richard Strand’s play would both entertain and enlighten audiences—and make them keep talking about race.
Huntington Theatre’s staging of John Kennedy Toole’s beloved novel was its biggest hit ever. Can it continue to adapt?