Talleyrand and Ho! An ensemble-devised work about early 19th-century leaders takes the stage in Philadelphia.
Could a summer in the Berkshires with the ‘Spelling Bee’ crew turn your musical into a winner?
A note from American Theatre’s editor, Jim O’Quinn, on the April 2013 issue.
A lion of play analysis summarizes his life’s work in a liberating tome.
Playwrights are taking up residence at U.S. theatres large and small.
The author known for crime fiction novels talks up his play at Chicago’s Congo Square Theatre Company.
Words and images clash in the notorious dramatic installations of the Belgian director and his frequent collaborator, lighting and stage designer Jan Versweyveld.
From the front lines of a theatre revolution, she has been dreamer, pathfinder, and mentor to a generation of artists.