The designer and restorer of some of his city’s most iconic theatre spaces was something of a New York icon himself.
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.
Daughter becomes mother in the Irish company’s 20th-anniversary staging of Martin McDonagh’s landmark play, which now tours the U.S.
A cross-cultural opera in Nepal isn’t just building dialogue—it’s also helping to rebuild a quake-ravaged city.
The master director from St. Petersburg takes some liberties with the playwright’s final work, but the result is somehow all the more Chekhovian.
Fairy tales, history both documented and reimagined, and works in translation are recurring themes this month.
From spiritual connections to channeling spirits, this month’s theatre pros run the gamut.
The protean auteur makes a kind of puppet theatre in which his own intense, mercurial presence is the central object being manipulated.
This ain’t no party, this ain’t no disco, this ain’t no fooling around.
The Belgian director is making his Broadway debut with ‘A View from the Bridge’ and directing Bowie’s new musical at New York Theatre Workshop.