Schooled by Stella Adler in his profession’s highest ideals, he’ll get another chance to live up to them in Arthur Miller’s ‘The Price.’
How the school’s theatre program brings in professional playwrights from New York City to teach.
From ‘Shuffle Along’ to ‘Hamilton,’ a look at how black music has shaped the sound of U.S. musical theatre.
A group of American artists travel to a nation affected by war, to help Ugandans tell their stories using music, dance, and drama.
The playwright and director came up together in Chicago theatre. Now they’re kicking off Shapiro’s Steppenwolf regime with Letts’s ‘Mary Page Marlowe.’
From backstage movers to onstage shakers, from Hawaii to Philly, another half dozen folks to have on your radar.
From the first American theatre star to the creation of LORT to all-female Shakespeare, this month in years past had many theatrical milestones.
The playwright’s work might deal with weighty subjects, but not so heavy that uplift is out of the question.
Refreshingly unlikable female protagonists, underrepresented voices, and an array of new American plays take the stage this month.
Florida Studio Theatre gambled that Richard Strand’s play would both entertain and enlighten audiences—and make them keep talking about race.