What I learned at the O’Neill Theater Center’s annual July boot camp for arts journalists.
A look at the cyclical nature of theatre architecture throughout history.
Why my play ‘Pass Over’ inspired a whitelash—and a backlash against it from artists who felt targeted.
What was a critic of color doing at a theatre conference? Only listening, learning, networking, and finding his place.
I was commissioned to write about a divisive historical figure. Who knew my play would drop when U.S. history was writing an explosive new chapter?
Her new musical ‘Bella’ is a tall tale about an unlikely Old West heroine.
South Coast’s rep for developing new work makes another strong showing.
An O’Neill biography puts the drama centerstage, while a tantalizing compendium of Beckett-iana largely elides it.
It’s not just that the hit musical doesn’t tell my family’s story. It’s that it perpetuates a narrative in which the Vietnamese are victims, not fighters.
Play reading festivals come and go, but there was something electric and urgent about this year, the fest’s 7th.