An ancient story wins hearts and minds at the world’s most controversial military base.
What if theatres stopped using actors’ gender, age, race and body type to assign roles?
A crisis of conscience in Iraq becomes the raw material for ‘The Eyes of Babylon.’
After 400-plus years, the approximate, half-understanding fog through which we hear much of the Bard’s language won’t do anymore.
For actors, voice training and new discoveries in neuroscience can help bridge the disconnect between mind and body.
What will it take to achieve equality for women in the theatre?
How August Wilson created the ‘mother of all the plays’ and one of the central roles in his canon.
Actors are subject to both the pleasures of imitation and the rigors of an exalted calling—an excerpt from “Letters to a Young Actor.”
We got people talking, and we moved the ball forward, but there’s so much more to do, and it’s time for a rebirth.
Three European directors plumb the tragedy’s limitless possibilities.