Plays on some pet presidential subjects—immigration, U.S. history, the presidency itself—stir uneasy new resonances.
Theatres are stepping into new territory with site-specific dance—but then again, is there any other kind?
From the Trojan War to the Civil War, World War I, and beyond, a look back at past Septembers in the American theatre.
As young actors at Harvard, they formed a kind of de facto theatre company. Then they hit the pavement in New York. Here’s the story of their last 20 years.
At the annual awards honoring Denver-area theatre, Denver Center was recognized for its production of ‘The Unsinkable Molly Brown,’ starring Beth Malone and directed by Kathleen Marshall, and for its 2014–15 season.
Robert Schenkkan and Neil Berg’s new show dramatizes the three days between the crucifixion—and whatever happened next.
The Colorado theatre’s new season to feature new plays from Theresa Rebeck and Tanya Saracho, plus a punk ‘Sweeney Todd’ and ‘Lookingglass Alice.’
How Denver Center Theatre Company artistic director Kent Thompson turned Denver into a must-see stop for new-play development with the Colorado New Play Summit.
Twelve-hour Greek plays, white face, drag queens, gender parity…the contributors and editors of “American Theatre” reminisce on what they loved most in the theatre in 2014.
TCG’s Theatre Facts report gives cause for hope, and a new database of Holocaust plays recalls theatre’s essence as a living document.