The couple behind Banana Bag & Bodice inadvertently formed a theatre company together 17 years ago, and they’re still going strong.
How the New York company and its school mirror the model marriage of their leaders, Neil Pepe and Mary McCann.
The couple, costarring in ‘A Ride on the Irish Cream’ at Abrons Arts Center, realize that writing about your relationship can be a double-edged sword.
Sometimes she directs and he acts, sometimes vice versa. For Wyoming’s Pete and Lynne Simpson, it’s all in a life’s work.
The ‘Frozen’ songwriters mount a long-gestating dream project at La Jolla Playhouse while balancing high expectations and a hefty childcare bill.
The theatre brought Bob Farley and Anita Allen together nearly 50 years ago, and they’ve been intertwining their lives and their work ever since.
These theatremakers don’t just live and work together; their plays, including ‘The Upper Room,’ grow from and reflect their shared experiences.
Formative collaborative experiences in Brooklyn and Berlin inform this couple’s work with the Detroit-based company A Host of People.
We talked to 10 theatre artists about the trials, tribulations and triumphs of collaborating—in work and in life.