Carlton Leake takes Houston audiences to Africa in his newest holiday show “Djembe and the Forest of Christmas Forgotten” at the Ensemble Theatre.
Editor Jim O’Quinn shares his thoughts for the December issue.
Whether working with the Wooster Group or Robert Wilson, he sets out to reinvent the process and avoid his “ego agenda.”
An actor toils and performs on Bread and Puppet Theater’s Vermont farm on the eve of the company’s 50th anniversary .
The recently retired director of the O’Neill Critics Institute reflects on his time in Minneapolis at the Guthrie’s beginning.
The Hypocrites founder made his name punking the classics. Now, as a solo auteur, he’s leavening Greek tragedies.
The Austin-based ensemble brings their latest show ‘Stop Hitting Yourself,’ inspired by the provocative novelist, to Lincoln Center Theater.
Readers wrote in to quibble with or praise our stories about Chautauqua’s ‘Romeo and Juliet,’ nudity onstage, and recipes from our 2010 “Food Issue.”
Does it make sense (and dollars) to compensate everyone in a company equally?
American Theatre breaks down what artists need to know about Obamacare and where they can find out more.