Can art change the world? That may be the wrong question for an age when everything, including art, has become monetized.
Two new bios examine the lives and careers of two musical-theatre giants: one most at home onstage, the other too big for any single medium.
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.
Ticket pricing equilibrium is an ever-elusive puzzle for theatre managers. How do you find the sweet spot?
A call for theatremakers and theatregoers to action and positive change going forward.
Playwrights and artistic directors share more fears, hopes, challenges, plans, and self-examination in response to the election of Donald Trump.
More than a mere play collection, the author’s new anthology is a meta-meditation on identity, memory, and meaning.
Expanded empathy and sharper edges, new voices and new audiences, are on the agenda for the nation’s playwrights and artistic directors.
Western colonizers thought Shakespeare proved their cultural superiority, but a new book explores what his plays have meant to the colonized.