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?
So you want to be an artist, but have no personal wealth. 6 things to consider.
How the Colts’ crushing near-victory in the ’96 playoffs helped make me a playwright, for real.
One sign that Shakespeare’s most famous tragedy isn’t going away: No one can agree on what it’s about.
We started as a lab in the 1980s. Now we run a multi-theatre center dedicated to reflecting L.A.’s diversity.
Two seasoned Foote performers reflect on his 1992 play, ‘The Roads to Home,’ now in a Primary Stages revival.
How the story of Matthew Shepard’s murder in a small Wyoming town resonated in a nation where hate and hope are in heated contention.
How ‘The Parlour,’ my play about the hidden hierarchies of the restaurant business, has been served by MCC Theater’s Youth Company.
For a musical at the Old Globe, we were tasked with creating a structure that could rotate and withstand a downpour. The solution? A self-driving house.