A lesson for Albee’s estate from Tennessee Willams’s: Classics can survive reinvention. And while we’re reviving, how about more diversity, not less?
Most stage works don’t attract mass audiences or enjoy long runs—but there can be strength in the shadows.
Is drama dying on the Main Stem? Not if these writers (and some enterprising nonprofits) can help it.
The lineup will feature classics, new plays, and an American Revolutions commission.
The playwright talks with his director about his personal inspirations for the play.
One sign that Shakespeare’s most famous tragedy isn’t going away: No one can agree on what it’s about.
At its 5th conference and festival, the Asian-American theatre alliance shared enthusiasm for new work and new strategies, as well as its critiques of persistent inequities.
On this week’s podcast, Lynn Nottage discusses the presidential election and her new play ‘Sweat.’ Plus the editors discuss ‘Hamilton’s America’ and ‘A 24-Decade History of Popular Music.’
How a national short-play project, born from the outrage over police violence, is spreading across the nation.
Why some theatres—and their loyal audiences—keep eagerly boarding the repertory merry-go-round, season after grueling season.