The experimental Texan theatre company sets up shop in a church in Lawrence, Kans.
Close collaboration and unhurried gestation characterize the work of this unique ensemble company of two.
After three decades working together, these two have learned to fight from a place of respect as much as passion.
The end of the Latino International Theater Festival of New York, a 60th-birthday for the Japan Society, a 44-hour epic from America’s most controversial monologuist, and more from October’s round-up of news items.
Pioneering architects remind us that a theatre is more than just a building–and that, sometimes, it needn’t even be a building at all.
After 20 years leading the groundbreaking Asian-American troupe East West Players, Tim Dang is still looking ahead at challenges yet to be met.
Why have musical adaptations of Shakespeare plays become so plentiful?
A Texas playwright takes on an iconic Texas politician in ‘All the Way’ and ‘The Great Society,’ and finds a figure of Shakespearean—i.e., tragic—proportions.
Readers respond to our stories about immersive theatre, new work from Ayad Akhtar, and ‘Chance’ magazine.
Chautauqua arts institutions engage in a cross-disciplinary collaboration using multiple Romeos and Juliets.