When the familiar seems strange and vice versa, writers who have grasped that dichotomy seem all the more necessary.
The Book-It Repertory Theatre adaptation of the Hemingway classic takes audiences on a Parisian tour.
Denver Center’s annual new-play festival, now in its 12th year, shows writers in dialogue with the moment.
Barbara Gaines’s Chicago Shakespeare Theater staged an ambitious yearlong program in 2016. I tried to match that ambition as an attendee, with mixed success.
It’s sobering that Luis Valdez’s stirring Chicano protest musical is freshly relevant, but there’s nothing somber about its vibrant new staging.
Why Silk Road Rising is embarking on a reading series about Israel-Palestine.
Engage with your patrons and donors through conversations, events, and news.
Interaction, immersion, identification, and exploration at this year’s Under the Radar, Coil, American Realness, et al.
So you want to be an artist, but have no personal wealth. 6 things to consider.
The new book ‘Drop Dead’ puts a debate we’re still having—between art for art’s sake and art for the common good—into stark relief.