The playwright talks with his director about his personal inspirations for the play.
Could making theatre with young Syrian refugees in Beirut give them a sense of belonging?
Inspired by a Facebook post by Holly Hughes, feminist performance artists plan creative protests for next Monday.
He was most alive in the rehearsal room, where his passions ran strongest and his leadership took root.
The San Francisco-based couple focuses on politics, family, and art.
A grassroots movement pressed its union to negotiate historic increases—and proved that activism works.
Some theatres are using the actors’ union’s new minimum-wage agreement, but there’s minimal agreement about its impact or its future.
Why Silk Road Rising is embarking on a reading series about Israel-Palestine.
On this week’s podcast, we talk about how the nation’s and the world’s political tumult is affecting theatres (and how they’re responding), about the departure of critic Charles Isherwood from The New York Times, and with National New Play Network executive director Nan Barnett about the nation’s new-play landscape.
Rachel Dart’s Let Us Work Project aims to collect and share the whispered warnings that often come too quietly or too late.