Was Othello a white man? Some patriotic 19th-century Americans thought so.
The show’s book co-writer lovingly details the slow-motion train wreck he eagerly climbed aboard.
How Kansas City Actors Theatre uses a collective ethos to keep its actors and audiences happy
Director Bill Condon takes a fresh look at Henry Krieger and Bill Russell’s 1997 musical “Side Show” about conjoined twins Violet and Daisy Hilton.
Its organizers nursed it, rehearsed it and gave out the news- this is where American theatre writing can gestate and blossom (if you handle the sturm und drang.)
Jim Simpson’s Off-Off-Broadway company has broken theatrical ground over the last 17 years. Now it’s broken ground on a new three-theatre space in downtown Manhattan.
Composer Tesori takes a trip down memory lane with ‘Violet.’
His plays—‘Appropriate,’ ‘An Octoroon,’ ‘Neighbors,’ ‘Gloria,’ ‘War’—are high-wire performances in themselves.
How the production team at Lookingglass Theatre conjures a fairy tale using minimal props, aerial effects and window markers.
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