On this week’s episode, the Friends talk about Japanese American identity, review Fiasco’s ‘Merrily We Roll Along,’ and talk about trying to date when you see four shows a week.
Spanish artist Lucía Miranda shares tales of the Magic City with adventurous audiences in the immersively intimate ‘I am Miami.’
The North Carolina theatre’s season will include thrillers, romantic comedies, a holiday classic, and more.
The Minnesota company will present Ethiopian acrobats, inventive fairy tales, and a world premiere play by Philip Dawkins.
In a Roundabout revival of the nearly 40-year-old play, it holds up as a withering portrait of the myths and traps of American masculinity.
The playwright of ‘Luna Gale’ and the new ‘Twilight Bowl’ discusses the perfect day job and that time she slept in Mary Rodgers’s apartment.
The first season under interim a.d. Jason Chanos features Williams, Shange, ‘Fun Home,’ and more.
From a side show to a Cuban-American cigar factory, from 20th-century Harlem to Chicago in the 1920s, check out what is onstage.
The licensing agency will offer grants to middle and high school theatre programs affected by last year’s wildfires.
The lineup includes lively musicals, classic stories, and a world premiere under new artistic director Flordelino Lagundino.