For years he was the Rodgers & Hammerstein Organization’s secret weapon, with an impeccable ear and an ideal combination of passion and practicality.
This month Brian talks to the producing artistic director of Playwrights’ Center in Minneapolis about supporting writers, following a unicorn, and teaching doctors to write.
She succeeds Jonathan Shmidt Chapman as leader of the national organization for theatre made for children, young adults, and families.
The finalists are Sylvia Khoury for ‘Selling Kabul’ and Kristina Wong for ‘Kristina Wong, Sweatshop Overlord.’
An interview about antisemitism, accountability, and Diet Coke with Emma Jude Harris, an American director-dramaturg based in London.
In 4 excerpts from a new collection of letters to and from the great musical writer and producer, we read his thoughts on matters large and small, as well as his advice for a young Sondheim.
The beloved New York play development center announced its closure last fall after 27 years, citing ‘pandemic-related crises,’ but its staff tells a different story.
His new play at the Signature Theatre is not a theological argument but another of his searching efforts to find meaning in contemporary American life.
The playwright of ‘English’ and ‘Wish You Were Here’ writes disarming comedies about Iranian women, all the better to sneak in frank insights about language and loss.
The actor talks about the new Geffen Playhouse production of Albee’s classic marital scrimmage he’s headlining opposite Calista Flockhart.