The lineup includes a world premiere play, Shakespeare, a musical, and more.
On this week’s podcast, we talk to two King Lears. Then, the editors discuss Sondheim and the recent spate of artistic director departures.
Alice Childress’s seldom-produced interracial love story, though set a century ago, gave off fresh sparks at the Intiman.
How a national short-play project, born from the outrage over police violence, is spreading across the nation.
This larger-than-life talent found her home at a theatre where she could play anything and everything, and did.
The theatre announces a $1-million program to commission playwrights, host companies, and offer $9 tickets in their ninth-floor studio.
Among a mix of classics and new works is a world premiere from the Moving Company.
Each new play requires a new playwright, in a sense. So how many writers can I be?
The managing director of the Louisville theatre talks about what she’s learned and where she’s going in Minneapolis.
One of the world’s great Shakespearean actors reconnects with his youth on a frozen ice lake in his new play.