Volumes by Judith Malina and Daniel Sacks wrestle with revolutionary truths—one via poetry, the other through theory.
A cryptic British play takes the stage in Malta.
Playwright Christopher Chen talks about the twists and turns in his play ‘Caught.’
How the Tennessee organization strengthens its donor base by cultivating lasting relationships.
Theatremakers are acting on environmental issues and bringing concerns about climate change to the stage.
The versatile actor makes his playwriting debut with a romantic comedy in which he plays—who else?—the devil.
Martin Miller and Robert Ford have made their small company a theatrical force in Northwest Arkansas, but it hasn’t happened in a vacuum.
Fairy tales, history both documented and reimagined, and works in translation are recurring themes this month.
In adapting Roberto Bolaño’s sprawling, disturbing novel for the stage, Robert Falls and Seth Bockley faced some tough choices.
From North America’s first theatre to a performer’s biggest success, a look back at theatrical happenings this month in years past.