An interview with the playwright about his new comedy.
From festivals to interdisciplinary collaboration, from Brazil to Swaziland, each of these locations offers something unique.
In order to help actors memorize their lines, Garrett Ayers conducted research and came up with techniques that are now being applied across the country.
In an interview moderated by American Theatre’s Rob Weinert-Kendt, James Lapine, Santino Fontana, and Tony Shalhoub discuss their show ‘Act One,’ based on the memoir of Moss Hart.
Tricklock Company of New Mexico hosts its annual Revolutions Festival, which brings local and international theatre together in remarkable and challenging work.
New Mexico struggles to make its mark in theatre with more and more companies coming to the fore.
The journalist-turned-playwright explores the historic accords in a new play at Arena Stage.
Seattle’s Book-It Repertory Theatre, led by Jane Jones and Myra Platt, has gone from adapting classic Western literature to local contemporary literature, drawing more and more local authors into theatre.
How Eric Coble’s journey from his first theatre experience led him to Broadway with “The Velocity of Autumn,” starring Estelle Parsons and directed by Molly Smith.
Natsu Onoda Power, Luciana Stecconi, and Jared Mezzocchi talk about designing David Henry Hwang’s “Yellow Face” at Theater J in Washington D.C.