Gordon Cox examines the complicated relationships between commercial and not-for-profit theatres
Sprinting steadily from Steppenwolf to Broadway and back again, the Tony-winning director isn’t even out of breath.
The kind of tension his plays provide may be just what contemporary audiences are looking for.
You don’t have to speak the language to relish the rich legacy of the Yiddish theatre.
Adrian Lester, Charles Dutton and Ted Lange expound on the joys and difficulties of portraying the trailblazing acting icon.
At a solitary Gulf Coast retreat, veteran playwright Craig Lucas reconnects with the sublime.
Playwrights discuss writing about Wonder Woman and Superman, and comic-book history.
Everybody loves ensembles- but how they actually work can be complicated.
Jonathan Mandell reports on Helen Krich Chinoy’s book, The Group Theatre
No file left behind: Project calls for theatres, theatre companies to archive and preserve their past documents for the future.