The playwright and screenwriter talks about his Broadway debut with ‘The Parisian Woman.’
From the beginnings of the Alley in Houston to Pan Asian Rep in NYC and Golden Thread in San Francisco, November was filled with theatrical milestones.
From a charge artist from the Ukraine to a playwright/yoga teacher in Austin, here are some folks to have on your radar.
How lighting designer David Lee Cuthbert used light to transport audiences to a small South American village.
A 7-play project led by McCarter Theatre Center delves into the college’s haunted history.
The challenge for artists: to keep our attention on human stories and larger questions, not on our distractor-in-chief.
Plays on some pet presidential subjects—immigration, U.S. history, the presidency itself—stir uneasy new resonances.
Why Suzan-Lori Parks decided to write a play every day during Trump’s first 100 days
American plunder didn’t begin with this administration. Our theatrical dissent must be grounded in a holistic critique of state violence.
Conservative theatremakers, some emboldened by Trump’s election, look for inroads onstage.