The critics interview the Oscar-winning screenwriter about finally getting some Broadway love, and trade thoughts on ‘King Kong.’
The two artists discuss performative wokeness in ‘The Thanksgiving Play’ at Playwrights Horizons. Plus the Friends review Michael Urie’s performance in ‘Torch Song’ on Broadway.
The prolific playwright talks about his newest play ‘Rightlynd,’ his adopted hometown of Chicago, and how he handles rejection.
Inspired by the Kilroys, the Chicago theatre has compiled a list of plays centering marginalized and intersectional stories, available for production.
Hired by the Texas theatre just 2 years ago, Schultz cites ‘structural issues’ as the reason for her departure.
The Tony-winning actor promises his version of Charles Dickens’s classic will not be so jolly, because of income inequality.
This week, the Friends discuss Daniel Fish’s stripped-down revival of the R&H classic and review ‘Lifespan of a Fact’ on Broadway (starring Daniel Radcliffe).
The outdoor summer theatre will produce ‘Into the Woods’ in spring 2019 as well as a new 5-person ‘Cyrano.’
This week, the critics ask each other questions, including which Shakespeare plays they never want to see again and songs they love from otherwise terrible musicals.
Other notable winners included the creators and producers of ‘Dragon Lady’ at Intiman Theatre.